Didaskalia is a peer-reviewed journal that is published once a year (January-February). It offers original research in academic and applied studies in such areas as history, theology, Bible, and Christian education. Didaskalia invites all submissions that are original research not published elsewhere.
Didaskalia is abstracted in Religious and Theological Abstracts, and is indexed in ATLA Religion Database and is indexed and available in full-text format through ATLASerials (ATLAS) Online of the American Theological Library Association. Earlier issues are available in electronic, full-text format through ATLASerials.
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If you wish to request a subscription, please request a subscription schedule from Daryl Climenhaga, Editor.
Format: All submissions to Didaskalia should conform to the footnote system outlined in the latest edition of The Chicago Manual of Style. For abbreviations of biblical and other ancient material see The SBL Handbook of Style.
Length: An ideal length for submissions is 7,500-10,000 words though longer and shorter papers may be considered.
Submission dates: Submissions must be received no later than September 1
Submission format: Papers should be submitted to Daryl Climenhaga by email attachment in Word format. Please include a brief CV, bibliography, and 100-150 word abstract.
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