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    Separation Referendum: Should CFPs Be Divorced from Events?

    This site maintains a listing of ancient Greek and Roman philosophy events from around the world. Right now, this calendar includes both call for papers/abstracts and various talks and conferences. I would like to get feedback on whether the community would appreciate having a separate calendar that only included call for papers and calls for abstracts (i.e. it would only inform you about events you could apply to participate in). Let me know what you think by voting in this poll! Feel free to comment below or email as well.

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    Ancient Philosophy Journals (Updated)

    Slow referees and unresponsive editors are extremely painful, as most of us know. You also want to make sure the length and topic of your paper fits the journal. This can be annoying, since up to date information on the policies, procedures, and turn around time of journals isn’t widely available in one place. To help, I have compiled a list of journals that publish articles on Ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, along with their official policies (languages of publication, word count etc.) and whatever information was available about their acceptance rates, reviews times, time to publication and other relevant features. NOTE: Originally this listing was divided into three sheets:…

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    Ancient Philosophy Paper Drafts Exchange

    It is hard for many of us to get helpful feedback on works in progress. This is an area where I think the ancient philosophy community can make more effective use of technology. Philpeople, the new social initiative for philosophers from the non-profit Philpapers Foundation, has a sessions feature, which allows you to post drafts and get comments from those who are invited to participate. I think this is a promising tool for getting and sharing feedback. I am organizing an ancient philosophy paper drafts exchange based on it. If you are interested, please fill out the following form, which asks for some basic information about the draft you are interested in…

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    Salvete!

    This is a new blog featuring information, news, and resources for Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy, edited by Caleb Cohoe. It hosts the ancient philosophy events calendar I have been maintaining and also provides ancient philosophy journal information. I also plan to feature interviews with scholars in the field and discussions on future directions in ancient philosophy. Comments and suggestions for content are welcome!