The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists has been the official journal of the American Society of Papyrologists since the publication of Volume 1, issue 1 in 1963 and is the only North American journal devoted to papyrology and related disciplines. The editorial board of The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists consists of Sofía Torallas Tovar (Managing Editor; firstname.lastname@example.org), Jitse Dijkstra, Francesca Schironi and Michael Sampson (Reviews Editor).
BASP publishes a wide variety of articles of relevance to papyrology and related disciplines. From text editions to important synthetic articles, BASP has published studies on papyri, ostraca and inscriptions in Demotic Egyptian, Greek, Latin, Coptic and Arabic; in the future, we hope to broaden our coverage to include Hieratic and Aramaic texts of relevance to our readers. Since 2014 BASP includes an annual review of Christian inscriptions from Egypt and Nubia.
BASP publishes important reviews by the best scholars in the field. We encourage publishers to send their publications to the reviews editor, C. Michael Sampson, Department of Classics, University of Manitoba, University College, 220 Dysart Road, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2M8 Canada
The editors of BASP invite submissions not only from North American and foreign members of the Society but also from non-members throughout the world. We welcome preliminary inquiries on article topics, but please note that we cannot make a decision on the acceptance of an article without a manuscript in hand. Editorial guidelines are available electronically. Please include a brief abstract of your article with each submission. Submissions may be in English, French, German, or Italian.
Editors Sofía Torallas Tovar, University of Chicago (Managing Editor) Jitse Dijkstra, University of Ottawa Francesca Schironi, University of Michigan C. Michael Sampson, University of Manitoba (Reviews Editor)
Editorial Board Antti Arjava, University of Helsinki; Paola Davoli,Università del Salento; Gladys Frantz-Murphy, Regis University; Andrea Jördens, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg; David Martinez, University of Chicago; Kathleen McNamee, Wayne State University; John Tait, University College London; David Thomas, Durham University; Dorothy Thompson, University of Cambridge; Terry Wilfong, University of Michigan