Semitica was founded in 1948 by the Institute of Semitic Studies, now at the College of France. It is not a regular periodical; volumes include original works, publications of artifacts, collections of articles, and each volume is sold separately.
Semitica covers all branches of Semitic studies: linguistics, philology, history, archaeology, epigraphy, and all areas of the Semitic world, ancient and modern, as well as related fields.
English contributions are welcome and will be peer-reviewed by two members of our editorial board. Please submit .DOC(X) or .RTF files only (together with a PDF output), using Unicode fonts and automatic footnotes. You may use the SemiticaStyle.doc template, which contains styles and guidelines (in PDF format: SemiticaStyle.pdf); you may also follow the Chicago Manual of Style. If you want to include photographs, do not embed them in your document, but submit them as separate high-definition files.