Online ISSN: 2667-0755
Old World is an inclusive, non-Eurocentric, multi-disciplinary journal devoted to the study of temporal, spatial, economic, social, and linguistic aspects of ancient civilizations from the Old World, namely Africa, Asia, and Europe. It aims to offer a comprehensive perspective on civilizations developed in these continents in pre-modern times, from prehistory to the fall of the Eastern Roman Empire (15th century AD).
With the generous financial support from Beijing Normal University, all articles are published open access, without any charges to the authors.
RCHC understands the importance of quick dissemination of research. The journal is published online, and the editors are committed to publishing the articles within 6 months from the initial submission.
Established in 1683, Brill is a leading global academic publisher specializing in the humanities and social sciences, with a particularly strong record of publications on world languages and linguistics.
Authors are cordially invited to submit their papers by e-mail to: OldWorld@brill.com. The body of the e-mail should contain the author’s name and contact information, as well as the title of the paper. Upholding the highest standards for academic quality, analytical thinking and originality, Old World follows standard academic practice in sending all manuscripts to anonymous peer review to ensure the quality of its articles. Submitted papers will be checked by two anonymous reviewers, and the author will be notified about the editorial decision as soon as possible. If you have queries about the policy of the journal or its editorial process, please address the editors above. Prior to submission, authors are encouraged to read the entire “Instructions for Authors.”