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Comment by Nikolaos Markoulakis on March 8, 2009 at 8:10am
Dear all, I would like to add an Feed in the group's aggregation. There will be only one web-site / web-log's RSS / Atom, and I need your help to choose one. Could you please let me know of your chosen web-site / web-log?
Comment by Nikolaos Markoulakis on March 23, 2009 at 2:36pm
I added the RSS-Feed of the published print articles of the Journal of Hellenic Religion - which only focuses on ancient Greek religion its theology. If you wish I can change it with your most favourable source.
Comment by Nikolaos Markoulakis on April 25, 2010 at 12:44pm
Call For Papers for the Journal of Hellenic Religion Volume IV : Just to let you all know that the editorial of the Journal of Hellenic Religion is now accepting article for inclusion to the Journal's forthcoming volume no. 4. Follows that official CFPs:

The Journal of Hellenic Religion’s (ISSN 1748-7811) Editorial Panel decided to pursue a fourth volume of the Journal, which will be forthcoming in the mid 2011.

A brief Journal’s statement is as follows: The JfHR is a peer-reviewed annual periodical. It has as a main theme the original multidisciplinary study of ancient Greek Religion (i.e. theology, history, philosophy, politics-sociology and archaeology-anthropology).

The theme / subject of the forthcoming Volume 4 will focus on the concept of divination in the ancient Greek religious praxis and theology. The articles should include a full bibliography and endnotes. The deadline is due the 25 th of December 2010.

The editorial panel may request editions and small alterations and a
summary of the peer-reviewed process will be send after the author’s request. The authors hold their copyright. The contributors should sign a License for Publish based on the standards of good academic research practice for publications by the Surf Foundation and JISC.

Submission of any material must be in electronic form (doc, rtf), accompanied with the legal name and a current email and postal address of the author and emailed to the Editor by using the contact form here. The guidance for contributions is available here.

Thank you in advance for your support and contribution to the JfHR!


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