Agora University publishes the Alexandria School Journal, an Orthodox Christian Academic Journal once a year in the Fall. Articles submitted to the Journal must adhere to the Chicago Manual of Style.
Rev. Fr. Daniel Findikyan, Ph.D.
Rev. Fr. Mark Aziz, M.Th.
Rev. Fr. Michel Najim, Ph.D.
Prof. Christopher Veniamin, Ph.D.
Prof. Samuel Moawad, Dr. Phil.
Emmanuel Gergis, Ph.D.
Mary Ghattas, Ph.D. (ABD)
The Alexandria School Journal (ISSN 1687-9902) is published once a year. The subscription price is:
Alexandria School Journal (ASJ) Volume 9 (December 2022)
Open call for papers
Scholars, theologians, and students are invited to submit paper proposals for volume 9 of the Alexandria School Journal. The Journal seeks to engage with articles that address Orthodox theological topics in all its aspects and is accepting paper proposals on various topics. There is no specific theme for volume 9.
Send abstracts of no more than 200 words to email@example.com before June 15th, 2022. Accepted papers, approximately 3500-5000 words in length and adhering to the Chicago manual of style, must be submitted by September 15th, 2022. Volume 9 of the Alexandria School Journal will be published in December 2022.
If you are interested in publishing a monograph with us, please follow these guidelines:
Your book proposal should address the following three areas in as much detail (and as realistically) as possible: project description, detailed synopsis, and target market.
The first area should include a working title and subtitle, a summary of the work’s argument and main themes, a compelling abstract, and date of completion. The detailed synopsis must include the work’s table of contents, chapter summaries, and a working bibliography. The synopsis should indicate the basic structures of the argument and how it is furthered throughout the work. The third section of the book proposal should answer questions of intended audience, the academic need for a published book on the topic and how it fits in the larger academic conversation. Tell us how the proposed work is distinctive from other participants already in the conversation and the works upon which it builds. In addition, indicate how the work fits in with other Agora University Press publications.
Please email your submission, with the above files attached, to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email subject line, please use: Monograph Proposal. Please allow four to six weeks for a response from us.
If you are interested in publishing a popular work with us, please follow these guidelines:
Please email your submission, with the above files attached, to the following address: email@example.com. In your email subject line, please use: Popular Series Proposal. Please allow four to six weeks for a response from us.
If you are interested in translating a patristic, theological, pastoral, etc. piece with us, please follow these guidelines:
Please email your submission, with the above files attached, to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email subject line, please use: Translation Proposal. Please allow four to six weeks for a response from us.
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