We will be accepting submissions for Philologia Volume VIII through October 15, 2015. Please view the current documents and plan accordingly.
When submitting, please follow the guidelines provided below. In addition, there are links to a guide on style manuals, information on abstracts, and the Permission to Publish Document.
Philologia accepts research grounded in or with significant relevance for liberal arts/human sciences disciplines. For Volume V, we are also accepting submissions from other ACC peer institutions. Please note that Philologia does not currently accept submissions from non-ACC universities. If you have any questions about whether your research is eligible for publication in the journal, consider the Eligible Research for Philologia resource provided above for a listing of accepted fields at Virginia Tech and elsewhere. Please also feel free to contact us with questions. The editorial board considers each submission on a case-by-case basis.
Currently we have reviewers for the following languages: English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian; however, should you have a project in another language we will do our best to secure reviewers for this work. We will consider projects in other languages on a case-by-case basis, although an additional English-language abstract is required. The journal staff collaborates with Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures faculty within the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences in evaluating foreign-language research.
If you have a project that cannot be published in a journal format such as a music composition or a film we can write a featured article highlighting your work. Study abroad experiences and other research endeavors are eligible.
If you have a manuscript we suggest you submit it for submission as a research article. Students and faculty can nominate someone else's work or their own for submission.