We invite you to read the newest issue of "Vox Patrum" dedicated to the passions in the Platonic tradition, Patristics and late Antiquity. We thank the authors and reviewers and we wish the readers enriching reading!
In order to facilitate the submission of materials for publication in "Vox Patrum", we would like to inform you about the planned topics of the next issues of the journal and about the date of submitting of materials for publication.
vol. 83 - September 2022 - Miscellanea / Widows: their role and tasks in the early Church / Common good according to the Church Fathers - submissions closed
vol. 84 - December 2022 - Theoretical and practical aspect of cardinal virtues in Byzantine culture - submissions till July 15, 2022
vol. 85 - March 2023 - Tractatus populares: Homiletic forms as an effective communication means from Christian Antiquity to the Humanist era - submissions till August 15, 2022
vol. 86 - June 2023 - The Bible and biblical apocrypha - translations, interpretation, reception - submissions till October 15, 2022
vol. 87 - September 2023 - Miscellanea - submissions till February 15, 2023
vol. 88 - December 2023 - Angelology of the Church Fathers - submissions till April 15, 2023
We are pleased to announce that "Vox Patrum" has become a part of Atlas PLUS - the international full-text database of publications in the field of religion and theology. AtlaSerials PLUS (Atlas PLUS) includes more than 540 full-text journals in many diverse areas of religion and theology, with full-text content in more than 20 languages from more than 35 different countries. Soon "Vox Patrum" will join them in full!
We are pleased to announce that the gradual implementation of "Vox Patrum" to the institutional Repository of the Catholic University of Lublin (entry here) has begun. It will increase our visibility in various types of citation databases and search engines (as Google, Google Scholar etc.). We invite you to visit the KUL Repository!
We are pleased to announce that very soon, thanks to the MNiSW program "Support for scientific journals", all the previous issues of "Vox Patrum" will be available in our archive. You are very welcome to visit our archive and our website.
It is a great honour to announce that our journal has been included in the BREPOLiS "Index religiosus" database and soon you will be able to find and quote us also through them. All volumes archived and made available in the archive will be indexed. More information about the database can be found HERE
We kindly inform that there is still possibility to purchase the archival issues of "Vox Patrum". We have in stock volumes: 19; 34-35; 36-37; 38-39; 40-41; 50-51; 52/2; 53-54; 56; 57; 60; 62; 63; 64; 65; 67; 68; 69; 70; 71. If you are interested in buying any of them please be in contact with KUL Editorial House via email: email@example.com
Starting from issue 72, the iThenticate professional anti-plagiarism system is used in the editorial process of "Vox Patrum" to prevent any scientific dishonesty in the form of plagiarism, self-plagiarism, etc. Each article, after submission for publication, is scanned by the system to detect potential violations of the copyrights. For reassurance, we would like to inform you that the first scans of submited articles indicate the highest scientific honesty of our authors! Thank you and congratulations!
We are proud to announce that "Vox Patrum", having received high marks from reviewers, has been qualified for the program of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education "Support for scientific journals". Co-financing will mainly cover internationalization of the journal and preparation for application to prestigious reference databases. We thank all our readers, authors, reviewers and editors for their efforts and concern for Vox!
We invite all interested scientists to submit articles to the next volume of our journal (72) which will include materials from the meeting of the Patristic Section in Kalisz devoted to Christianity in Africa Proconsularis (articles can also be sent by non-speakers) and other texts on the Christian antiquity (including scientific reviews , translations, etc.). Deadline for sending articles: by the end of April 2019.
The next volume (71) of our journal will be dedicated to Rev. Prof. Antoni Swoboda. We encourage all the authors to submit their papers. All the topics (of course about early Christianity) are wormly welcome! Deadline for submiting the papers is the end of January 2019.