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ONLINE JOURNAL - Includes new and innovative studies on Hellenistic and Roman material culture in all relevant academic disciplines. Biannually in May and November from 2015 onward.To sign up for a subscription, contact orders [at] lup [dot] be
HEROM is an online journal presenting innovative contributions to the study of material culture produced, exchanged, and consumed within the spheres of the Hellenistic kingdoms and the Roman world. The journal publishes papers in the full range of the scholarly field and in all relevant academic disciplines within the arts, humanities, social sciences and environmental sciences. HEROM creates a bridge between material culture specialists and the wider scientific community, with an interest in how humans interacted with and regarded artefacts from the late 4th century BC to the 7th century AD.The journal seeks to provide more visibility for studies of material culture in many ways which are not necessarily covered by existing scholarly journals or conference proceedings. HEROM studies material culture in its totality, with a view to clarifying the complex wider implications of such evidence for understanding a host of issues concerning the economy, society, daily life, politics, religion, history of the ancient world, among other aspects.A peer-reviewed online journalHEROM contains Guaranteed Peer Reviewed Content (GPRC), coordinated by a strong, global scientific committee, and implements up-to-date online publication strategies.Subscription fees Individual online only: € 55,00Individual online & print: € 70,00Institutional online only: € 150,00Institutional online & print: € 175,00Library agents receive 10% discount on subscriptions. When ordering more than 10 subscriptions we offer 12% discount and for more than 20 subscriptions a discount of 15% is applicable. For more information, please contact info [at] lup [dot] beNon-subscribers optionsNon-subscribers pay-per-view online articles: € 15,00Subscription and renewal informationTo sign up for a subscription, contact orders [at] lup [dot] be. All subscriptions are annual based. From 2015 onward a new issue will be available in May and November. Current subscriptions include access to backfiles. Renewal notices will be sent annually at the beginning of September.Instructions for online access at ingentaconnectUpon subscription you will receive your subscription number. With this number you can register at ingentaconnect:Instructions for Personal registration and subscription activation >>>Instructions for Institutional registration and subscription activation >>>For access or technical difficulties contact help [at] ingentaconnect [dot] com
A Scientific Committee with years of expertiseThe journal and scientific committee build on their experience of FACTA. A Journal of Roman Material Culture Studies (2007-2011).
Scientific CommitteeS.E. Alcock (Brown University), P.M. Allison (University of Leicester), D. Bernal Casasola (Universidad de Cádiz), M. Bonifay (Centre Camille Jullian - UMR 6573, CNRS), R. Brulet (Université Catholique de Louvain), L. Chrzanovski (International Lychnological Association), F. D'Andria (Università di Lecce), A. Berlin (Boston University), I. Delemen (Istanbul University), M. de Vos (Università di Trento), K. Dunbabin (McMaster University), M. Feugère (Equipe TPC - UMR 5140, CNRS), I. Freestone (University College London), C. Gasparri (Università di Napoli "Federico II"), E Giannichedda (Università degli Studi di Milano), A. de Pury-Gysel (Fondation Pro Aventico, Avenches), S. Ladstätter (Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut), M. Lawall (University of Manitoba), D. Manacorda (Università di Roma Tre), S. Martin-Kilcher (Universität Bern), D. Mattingly (University of Leicester), D. Michaelides (University of Cyprus), M.D. Nenna (Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyon), M. O'Hea (University of Adelaide), E. Papi (Università di Siena), D.P.S. Peacock (University of Southampton), J.T. Peña (University of California, Berkeley), F. Pirson (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Istanbul), N. Rauh (Purdue University), P. Reynolds (University of Barcelona), G.D.R. Sanders (American School of Classical Studies at Athens), S. Rotroff (Washington University in St. Louis), K.W. Slane (University of Missouri-Columbia), F. Slavazzi (Università degli Studi di Milano),V. Stissi (Universiteit van Amsterdam), M. Torelli (Università di Perugia), P. Van Dommelen (University of Glasgow), H. von Hesberg (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Rome), A. Wilson (University of Oxford)
The journal is open to international research submitted by individual scholars as well as by interdisciplinary teams, and especially wishes to promote work by junior researchers and new and innovative projects. Challenging research themes can be explored in dedicated issues, and theoretical approaches are welcomed. Book reviews and review articles further screen the pulse of the field.Editorial guidlinesSee Instructions to Authors >>>For more information, please contact the editors Jeroen Poblome (University of Leuven - Jeroen [dot] Poblome [at] arts [dot] kuleuven [dot] be), Daniele Malfitana (The National Research Council of Italy - daniele [dot] malfitana [at] cnr [dot] it) or John Lund (The National Museum of Denmark - john [dot] lund [at] natmus [dot] dk).For Rights & Permissions or Advertising Options, please contact info [at] lup [dot] be (info [at] lup [dot] be)