- Guidelines for Contributors
TAPA welcomes contributions on any topic related to the ancient Greek and Roman worlds. The language of publication is English. Submissions are refereed anonymously.
Essays should make an original contribution to the understanding of antiquity. Since TAPA is received by all members of the American Philological Association, a prospective article should have the capacity to arouse curiosity and intellectual excitement among readers not expert in its area or well acquainted with its particular problem. Length should be proportional to the needs of the argument. TAPA does not publish book reviews or brief notes on technical points (e.g., a single emendation). Guidelines on the format of submissions are available at the APA website (www.apaclassics.org under “Publications”). All submissions should include an abstract no longer than 100 words.
Articles should be sent as Word files (with all Greek in New Athena Unicode) via electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, authors may send four hard copies to Professor Katharina Volk, Department of Classics, Columbia University, Hamilton 617, MC 2866, 1130 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10027, USA. All submissions are acknowledged. [End Page 423]