top of page

Proceedings of the European Philological Society

εὐ./λογία is a peer-reviewed, open access journal dedicated to advancing academic research in the field of Philology. It publishes original research articles, aiming to facilitate the exchange of ideas and knowledge among scholars.

We are currently planning the upcoming issue, dedicated to the practical interaction between artificial intelligence and philology. We will soon be distributing the call for papers.

We invite members to submit their manuscripts for consideration.

Submission Guidelines 

To ensure a smooth submission and publication process, please adhere to the following guidelines:

1. Manuscript Preparation

File format: MS Word.

  • Use 12-point Times New Roman font. Text: Double-spaced, left justified, with 1-inch margins on all sides, page numbers at the bottom center, and no header/footer. Page maximum: 70 pages, properly formatted and inclusive of title, abstract, keywords, text, appendices, tables, figures, footnotes, and references. 

  • Footnotes : 12-point Times New Roman font.

  • Include a title page with the manuscript title, author names, affiliations, and contact information.

  • Use APA style for citations and references.

  • All languages are welcome; for languages that require special characters, please make arrangements with the editorial team.

2. Manuscript Types

We welcome the following types of submissions:

  • Research Articles: Original research papers that present significant findings and insights related to the theme of the journal.

  • Reviews: Critical reviews of recent literature or developments in the field.

  • Case Studies: In-depth analyses of specific cases or practical applications of philological research.

3. Submission Process

  • Manuscripts should be submitted electronically via our online submission system: [Members Access/ File Sharing].

  • Ensure that your submission is clearly marked as intended for the single issues.

4. Peer Review Process

  • All submissions undergo a rigorous double-blind peer review process.

  • Reviewers evaluate submissions based on their originality, significance, methodology, and clarity.

  • Authors will receive feedback and suggestions for revisions, if necessary, before final acceptance.

5. Copyright 

  • Authors retain the copyright to their work.

6. Publication Ethics

  • Authors must ensure the originality of their work and appropriately cite sources.

  • Plagiarism and any form of research misconduct are strictly prohibited.

Call for Papers

Lost, Stolen, and Found Manuscripts


In the history of textual transmission, numerous manuscripts and manuscript fragments have been lost forever due to natural disasters, or thefts (especially in the 19th century, even from major libraries such as the Bibliothèque Nationale de France or the British Museum), and, on the flip side, important manuscripts and fragments have been rediscovered. We invite our members to submit article proposals on this topic.


Topics of interest may include but are not limited to:


Lost Manuscripts: Exploration of historical events, natural disasters, or circumstances that led to the permanent loss of manuscripts and their impact on textual transmission.


Stolen Manuscripts: Analysis of thefts and illicit trade of manuscripts, with a focus on notable cases and their consequences.


Rediscovered Manuscripts and Fragments: Studies on manuscripts and fragments that were once lost but have been recovered, shedding light on their significance and the stories of their rediscovery.


Philological Approaches: Examination of the philological methods employed in studying lost, stolen, and found manuscripts.


Literary and Historical Implications: Investigations into the literary and historical implications of lost and rediscovered manuscripts, including their influence on literary traditions and cultural heritage.


Submissions are welcome from scholars working within every field of philology, as well as those with interdisciplinary perspectives. We encourage diverse contributions that explore various facets of lost, stolen, and found manuscripts.


Please submit your article proposals (Title, Abstract and Author details) by no later than November 30, 2023, to journal(at)

Submissions should include a title, an abstract (250-300 words), and author details. The submission of individual papers is expected by February 2023, and the release of the issue will occur in spring. 


For inquiries and further information, please contact about(at)

Anchor 1
bottom of page