Submission Guidelines

Classical Bulletin (CB)

The Canadian Classical Bulletin (CB) is the official electronic bulletin of the Xavier University and is published two issues in a year, and others when necessary. Issues are mailed directly to subscribers’ e-mail accounts and are subsequently archived on the CB Archive pages.
The CB serves as the organ for the efficient dissemination of official announcements of the XU. Our hope is that it will also help scholars, students, and other friends of Classics keep abreast of relevant developments in the World and abroad.

To subscribe : send a note with your e-mail address, name, and institutional affiliation (if any) to [email protected]. Place the word “SUBSCRIPTION” in the subject line.
Submissions: send items for publication to [email protected] Place the word “SUBMISSION” in the subject line. These may concern upcoming academic positions, conference announcements, calls for papers, particular achievements by departments or individuals, special study programs, and other items of interest to the general academic community.
Format : Please send announcements in an editable format (.doc, .rtf, .html). The editor typically does not allow attachments; please provide a link to posters, flyers, etc.
Submit your items by the 10th of the month for publication in that month’s newsletter. Items submitted too late for inclusion in the regular monthly issue
may be published as part of a special supplement, at the editors’ discretion.

This journal offers authors an open access option called OnlineOpen, to have their article immediately freely available to everyone, including those who don’t subscribe. To cover the cost of publishing OnlineOpen, authors pay an article publication charge (APC). The APC for this journal can be found on Xavier’s Online Open Pricing page.
Payment must be received for the article to be made open access. Some organizations pay APCs for their authors via a
ISSN 0009-8337
Dewey Number 913.38
Libraries Australia ID 998790
Professor Greg Woolf, Institute of Classical Studies
Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU
Publications & Web Manager
Dr Elizabeth Potter, Institute of Classical Studies, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU
Benefits of OnlineOpen
Authors can post the final, published PDF of their article on a website, institutional repository, or other free public server
Articles will be automatically submitted to the Journal Central, when appropriate
Authors retain copyright with a Creative Commons license
Authors can fully comply with funder open access mandates
Copyright, open access licenses and funder compliance
Authors choosing OnlineOpen will retain copyright in their articles and will be offered a choice of creative commons licenses. Most authors are free to choose between. Select funders have unique agreements with Wiley which are outlined on our Funder Agreements page. Authors of funders with licensing mandates will be automatically directed to a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY).
Visit our Copyright and Open Access Licenses page for more information.
Not sure about your institution or funding agency open access policy? Find out with Xavier Author Compliance Tool.
Green Open Access - Self-archiving
Green open access, also called self-archiving, is when the author, institution or publisher places a version of the article online in a repository or website after publishing in a subscription-based journal – making it freely available to everyone.