e-Epanastasi is seeking submissions for Plethon, a demo issue of a printed Pan-Hellenic journal we hope to regularly produce in the near future. The journal is named in honor of Georgios “Plethon” Gemistos, a 15th century Greek scholar of Neoplatonic philosophy. It is thanks to Plethon that Plato’s teachings were re-introduced to Western Europe. Submissions open January 19 and close March 1st, 2016.
Potential submissions should fall within one the following subject categories: Anti-Hellenism (racial, ethnic or religious discrimination of Greeks), Hellenic Advocacy (Issues & Strategies), Hellenismos (theology & practice), or Forgotten Hellenes (often over looked ethnic Greek communities). Suggestions for possible submissions include, but are not limited to: op-eds, position/policy papers, interviews, or articles
All works must be original. Scholarly papers or articles must provide proper citation for all sources in the form of a bibliography and in text citations. Upon acceptance, the author will be asked to complete a permission to publish form, and include a brief author biography to be included in the issue.
Those interested should submit a proposal, no more than 450 words to email@example.com, please be sure to include Plethon in the subject of your email.
Acceptable lengths for approved submissions are as follows: op-eds (500-1,000 words), position/policy papers (2,000-4,000 words), and interviews/essays (1,500-2,000 words).
The editor reserves the right to make minor changes to formatting, spelling, and grammar, if necessary. The editor also reserves the right to request modifications or to reject submissions as necessary.No monetary compensation will be provided to contributors, as this demo issue will not be sold, but rather distributed for free. Authors can, however, request a printed copy for themselves.