Scope and policy
Byzantion Nea Hellas is yearly journal of Greek, Byzantine and Neohellenic studies, founded in 1970. It publishes original scientific research articles pertaining to the domain of Greek studies, in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and English. The aim of the journal is to foster the publication of works by national and foreign researchers working in the three main areas of Greek culture, as well as the academic interchange between researchers and teaching staff who deal with these subjects.
The evaluation of the originality and scientific quality of the articles is submitted to a process of arbitration, which is conducted by at least two members of the International Consultant Committee. Doble blind reviewed.
The journal also includes sections on Documents, Reviews, and News.
The audience of the journal is obviously composed by scholars, researchers, professors who work in the field of the three main areas of Greek culture, as well as students of these topics, and the general public interested in some aspect(s) of Greek culture.
Form and preparation of manuscripts
The works should be sent to the Centro de Estudios Griegos, Bizantinos y Neohelenicos. Facultad de Filosofia y Humanidades de la Universidad de Chile. Casilla 10136. Santiago-Chile.
Each work submitted will be evaluated by at least two members of the International Committee and the Scientific Committee.
The works sent to BYZANTION NEA HELLAS should follow the rules specified below. Only those works which meet the formal requirements will be submitted to the scrutiny of peers.
The process of arbitration envisages two Committee members evaluating the work. Due to their belonging to two distinct institutions and universities, a period of four months is expected for the specialists to issue their report.
The Editorial Scientific Committee reserves the right not to submit to evaluation those works which do not meet all the stipulations specified on the Rules to the authors; besides, it reserves the right to introduce modifications to the text originally accepted.
The authors are responsible for the scientific content and the points of view expressed, which do no necessarily coincide with those of the Editor.
The author will receive 20 free reprints and an issue of the journal.
The articles sent to Byzantion Nea Hellas must meet the conditions specified below, otherwise they will not be submitted to the process of arbitration.
Bizantinos y Neohelenicos. Univ. de Chile, Casilla 73, Sucursal Grecia, Nunoa / Santiago / Chile.
For each yearly journal, the final date for the reception of works will be December 31th.
It can be divided into sections (and subsections, if necessary) bearing a title. The following sections will not be numbered: Introduction, Conclusions, and Bibliographical References. Words or phrases to be highlighted should be typed in italics, and technical terms should be signaled with simple quotation marks.
Journal article: Iommi, V. (2004). "La medicina en los siglos XI y XII a partir de la Alexiada de Anna Comneno", Byzantion Nea Hellas, 23, 175-212.
Book: Korakas, H. (1997). Disertaciones sobre Grecia Moderna. Granada: Universidad de Granada.
Electronic text: the date of publication (or its most recent update) should be mentioned. If none of the above can be determined, the date of search should be included.
Sending of manuscripts
Once the final version of the work has been accepted, it should be sent either by email in PDF and Word, to firstname.lastname@example.org or printed by regular mail addressed to Centro de Estudios Griegos, Bizantinos y Neohelénicos. Univ. de Chile, Casilla 73, Sucursal Grecia, Ñuñoa / Santiago / Chile.
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Universidad de Chile
Centro de Estudios Griegos, Bizantinos y Neohelénicos “Fotios Malleros”
Ignacio Carrera Pinto #1025, Ñuñoa
Casilla 73 - Sucursal Grecia
Santiago - Chile
Tel.: (56-2) 2239 2292/2238 6596
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