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Editorial board

The editorial board includes the Director of the École française d’Athènes and the Publications Manager. The board is supported by the peer review committee and the editorial committee.
The editorial board is in charge of the production of the journal.

Peer review committee

The peer review committee includes three ex officio members and nine members appointed by the institution’s scientific council. They are internationally recognized academics and specialists. The choice is made in such a way as to ensure the best possible representation of the disciplinary fields of the EFA, irrespective of nationality.

The peer review committee consists of:

Appointed Members

  • Polixeni Adam-Veleni, Director of the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki

  • Olivier Deslondes, University Professor, University of Lyon 2-Lumière

  • Emanuele Greco, Director of the Italian School of Athens

  • Jean Guilaine, Professor at the Collège de France

  • Miltiade B. Hatzopoulos, Research Director, Director of the Centre for Research on Greco-Roman Antiquity (National Research Foundation [EIE] - Athens)

  • Catherine Morgan, Director of the British School at Athens

  • Kosmas Pavlopoulos, Professor at the Harokopio University of Athens

  • Jean-Pierre Sodini , Professor Emeritus of Paris University 1 – Pantheon-Sorbonne

  • Georges Tolias , Director of Research in Contemporary History, Institute of Neohellenic Research (National Research Foundation [EIE] – Athens)

Editorial committee

The editorial committee includes the Director and the two Directors of Studies of the institution, the Publications Manager, the President of the scientific council of the École française d’Athènes and a representative of the scientific members of the institution.

The editorial committee sets the journal’s editorial guidelines and receives all contributions. The first task is to read all the submissions and to reject those that are clearly not appropriate. The texts that are selected for the next stage go to the peer review committee, which either examines them internally or solicits the help of other specialists who are required to present a report.

The articles are subject to a double peer review. The anonymous reviews are sent to the authors, who accept all or some of the suggestions. The corrected text is re-submitted for final approval or rejection by the peer review committee.

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