Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek and Roman Political Thought

Editor-in-Chief: Thornton C. Lockwood
Polis (AGPT) was founded in 1977 to provide a forum for publication to scholars specializing in what was then a neglected sub-field – ancient Greek political thought. In the years since, Polis has expanded its coverage to include Hellenistic and Roman political thought. Over the years Polis evolved into a fully-fledged academic journal that publishes material of interest to those who study ancient Greek and Roman political thought broadly understood, whether they do so as classicists, ancient historians, philosophers, intellectual historians, or political scientists. Polis also welcomes articles on the reception of ancient Greek and Roman political thought in Europe, America, or elsewhere. Since its inception the journal speaks for no particular perspective or methodology and it is devoted to the publication of original papers, even though extensive literature reviews, critiques of contemporary research, and review essays are also included.

Polis publishes contributions written in English, French and German. Submissions are peer-reviewed, and an editorial decision is made on the basis of these reviews. The views and opinions expressed in peer-reviewed articles published in Polis are those of the authors and do not reflect the position of the journal.
Arts and Humanities Citation Index
ERIH PLUS
International Political Science Abstracts
International Directory of Philosophy
L'Année philologique
Scopus
The Philosopher's Index
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Editor-in-Chief
Thornton C. Lockwood (Quinnipiac University)

Associate Editors
Carol Atack (Newnham College, University of Cambridge)
Benjamin Gray (Birkbeck College, University of London)
Daniel Kapust (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Demetra Kasimis (University of Chicago)
Peter Liddel (University of Manchester)
Dimitri El Murr (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Université Paris Sciences et Lettres)
Matt Simonton (Arizona State University)

Book Reviews Editor
Matt Simonton (Arizona State University)

Copy-Editor
Alexandra Wilding (The Open University)

Editorial Board
Chris Bobonich (Stanford University)
Luc Brisson (CNRS, Paris, Villejuif)
Paul A. Cartledge (University of Cambridge, Emeritus)
Kyriakos Demetriou (University of Cyprus)
Sara Forsdyke (University of Michigan)
Verity Harte (Yale University)
Mogens Herman Hansen (Saxo-Institute Copenhagen University)
George Klosko (University of Virginia)
Paul Ludwig (St John’s College)
Mark J. Lutz (University of Nevada, Director, Society for Greek Political Thought)
Marina McCoy (Boston College)
Fred D. Miller (Bowling Green State University)
David C. Mirhady (Simon Fraser University)
Peter Nicholson (University of York, retired)
Josiah Ober (Stanford University)
Thomas L. Pangle (University of Texas at Austin)
Gerald Press (Hunter College, CUNY)
Fred Rosen (University of College London, Emeritus)
Arlene Saxonhouse (University of Michigan)
Malcolm Schofield (University of Cambridge, Emeritus)
Nadia Urbinati (Columbia University)
John R. Wallach (Hunter College, CUNY)
Harvey Yunis (Rice University)
Catherine Zuckert (University of Notre Dame, Emerita)