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WHO WE ARE: CLASSICAL STUDIES
Walter de Gruyter is one of the premier publishers in Classical Studies. We have an expansive portfolio of important editions and reference works as well as a number of interdisciplinary series and journals and we publish over 120 new titles every year.
We specialize in a broad range of disciplines that encompass the history and culture of the ancient Mediterranean and Egypt in all their aspects. We are a leading publisher in Epigraphy, Papyrology, and Archaeology, and have longstanding relationships with important institutions and scholarly organizations such as the German Archaeological Institute.
Thanks to our large network of scholars and academics and our international marketing and sales strategies, our publications reach a wide audience.
We think that close cooperation with our authors and editors is extremely important. Your publication process will be supported by us at every stage – from your proposal through the book’s production until its print. For more information on what services we provide, please click the link: Why publish with De Gruyter
- Greek and Latin language and literature
- Classical Art and Archaeology
- Ancient History
- Ancient Philosophy, Science, and Medicine
- Byzantine Studies
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON THE SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS
If you want to submit a proposal, please follow our guidelines.
One of our book series might be a suitable place for your publication. If you have already chosen a particular series, you could also send your proposal directly to the series editors. If you want to submit an article for a specific journal, please get in contact with the editorial board of that journal. Contact details for series and journals can be found on our homepage, on the respective pages.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON THE SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS
Preparing a Manuscript for Typesetting
If you prepare a manuscript that is to be typeset at DeGruyter, please note our guidelines for manuscripts.
Some series may have their own style guidelines. More information can be found on our homepage on the page of each respective series.
Preparing a Camera-Ready-Copy (CRC)
If you have agreed to prepare a ready for print CRC (camera-ready-copy), we ask you to submit your manuscript as a PDF-file. Our production department offers manuals on how to typeset the CRC and will support you in the process.
If you are interested in our Open Access model, please contact us.
Please do not hesitate to contact us:
Dr. Serena Pirrotta, Senior Acquisitions Editor (Serena.Pirrotta [ at ] degruyter.com), responsible for Greek and Latin Language and Literature; Reception Studies; Classical Philology
Dr. Mirko Vonderstein, Acquisitions Editor (Mirko.Vonderstein [ at ] degruyter.com), responsible for Ancient History; Classical Art and Archaeology; Epigraphy and Papyrology; Egyptology