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Brill adds Polis, the Journal of Ancient Greek Political Thought to Journal Program

Brill is set to publish Polis, the Journal of Ancient Greek Political Thought.

Leiden (NL) / Boston (MA)  ()

Brill, the international scholarly publisher, adds the peer-reviewed journal Polis to its growing portfolio of journals on the ancient world. Polis is an international journal on ancient Greek political thought, and is of interest to classicists, ancient historians, philosophers, and political scientists. Polis also publishes articles on the reception of ancient political thought.

Sam Bruinsma, Brill's VP Business Development: "Polis was founded over 25 years ago by the Society for Greek Political Thought and we are excited that it now comes to us, further strengthening our unique and growing collection of journals on the ancient world."

Professor Kyriakos Demetriou, editor of Polis, says: "We are proud that the journal will be published by Brill, a publishing house with such a rich history and a strong international focus. Since its inception in 1977, Polis exclusively publishes studies and book reviews on ancient Greek political thought in a broad sense, which marks its uniqueness and contribution to classical studies and intellectual history. "

Fulfilment of orders for 2013 will continue to take place via Imprint Academic Ltd. For more information on sales and where to order, please contact (customers outside the Americas), (customers in the Americas), or visit Brill's website:

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