Information for readers and authors
Information for authors
The volumes can be produced by individual authors or a group of authors. Expressions of interest in producing a volume in the series can be sent to the editors: Katharina Wesselmann: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the editing of your manuscript you can use a stylesheet and a template (Microsoft Word).
Prof Dr. Sebastian Barsch
Faculty of Arts and Humanities - Department of History, University of Cologne, Germany
Prof. Dr. Katharina Wesselmann
Institute for Classical Studies - Department of Ancient Languages, Kiel University, Germany
Prof. Dr. Laura Arias Ferrer
Faculty of Education - Department of Didactics of Mathematics and Social Sciences, University of Murcia, Spain
Prof. Dr. Christian Mathis
Department of Natural and Social Sciences, Pädagogische Hochschule Zurich, Switzerland
The scientific quality of the series is ensured by an expert-based review process. Furthermore, all contributions are thoroughly proofread before publication.
The scientific findings of the supplements should be freely available and reusable in the long term. Therefore, all contributions are not only specially prepared for online publication, but also placed under a free licence (Creative Commons licenses).
The series volumes are published in loose succession both in electronic form via the Open Access Repository of Kiel University (MACAU) and as a print version in bookshops. They are assigned International Standard Book Numbers (ISBNs) and Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs). Likewise, individual articles published in the series volumes receive DOIs, if applicable. After acceptance, they can also be published immediately online for citation.