Lockwood Online Journals
Lockwood Press is committed to publishing high-quality monographs and journals on the languages, archaeology, history, religions, and cultures of the Near Eastern, classical, and eastern Mediterranean worlds from earliest antiquity through the Middle Ages. The Press also engages in the documentation and dissemination of archaeological research throughout the world.
Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt
The first American journal devoted solely to the study of Egypt, The Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt (JARCE), was established in 1962 to foster scholarly research into the art, archaeology, languages, history, and social systems of the Egyptian people.
Journal of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies
The Canadian Society for Coptic Studies is a Toronto-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to bring together individuals interested in Coptic studies and to promote the dissemination of scholarly information on Coptic Studies through the organization of meetings and conferences and through the preparation of scholarly works for publication. The CSCS was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in June 2009.
Journal of the International Qur’anic Studies Association
JIQSA explores the Qurʾān’s origins in the religious, cultural, social, and political contexts of Late Antiquity; its connections to various literary precursors, especially the scriptural and parascriptural traditions of older religious communities; the historical reception of the Qurʾān in the West; the hermeneutics and methodology of qurʾānic exegesis and translation (both traditional and modern); the transmission and evolution of the textus receptus; Qurʾān manuscripts and material culture; and the application of various literary and philological modes of investigation into qurʾānic style, compositional structure, and rhetoric.
Palamedes: A Journal of Ancient History
The fora where, within the frames of cultural history broadly defined, ancient historians, classical philologists, archaeologists, jurists, and epigraphists—in a word all those who study Greek and Roman antiquity in its material, linguistic, or intellectual manifestations—can meet with their Orientalist and Egyptological, counterparts are still extremely rare. Palamedes seeks to provide such a forum.