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Tables of Contents of Journals of Interest to Classicists


Contributors to the project send in TOCS from Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Scotland, South Africa, South America, Spain, Turkey, and the US. Volunteers, past and present, include:

Contributors to TOCS-IN


Janice Adlington	Debra Hamel		Julie Nishimura-Jensen
Salvador Agulla		Jean-Marie Hannick	Eric Parks
Beatrice Bakhouche	Joanne Heffelfinger	Richard Pennell
David Banta		Michael Hendry		Oliver Phillips
Lindsay-Erin Beatty	Laval Hunsucker		Sarah Pothecary
Ian Begg		Eleanor Irwin		Jacques Poucet
Ralf Behrwald		Janet Johnson		Frances Pownall
Jose A. Berenguer	Robert Kaster		Dora Pozzi
Victor Bers		Nigel Kennell		Jonathan Price
John-Gabriel Bodard	Konrad Kinzl		Brett Robbins
Anne-Marie Boxus	Bernard Knapp		Jennifer Quick
Harwin Brandt		Virginia Knight		Eric Rebillard
MaryJaye Bruce		Joern Kobes		Andrew Riggsby
John Buffone		Peter Kuniholm		Lisa Roberts
Robert Cape		Margaret Lantry		Linda Jones Roccos
William Carey		Don Lateiner		David Sansone
Rachel Chapin-Paolone	J. Bert Lott		David Schaps
Tony Corbeill		Henning Luehken		Judith Schutz
Darja Drozdova		David MacDonald		Graham Shipley
Girolamo De Simone	Roger Macfarlane	Sylvia Simms
Julian Deahl		Camilla MacKay		Christopher Simpson
Michael Decker		Martha Malamud		Daniela Speranza
Bill Dominik		Philippa Matheson	Nina Strawczynski
Douglas Domingo-Foraste Michael May		David Sullivan
C. Ehrhardt		Peter C. May		Johan Thom
Tom Elliott		Tom McGinn		Clement Tremblay
Andrew Erskine		Alain Meurant		Cindi Tysick
Paul Figueroa		Deborah Millier		Lyudmil Vagalinski
Marie-Laure Freyburger	Robin Mitchell		Jane Waldbaum
Ioannis Georganas	Santiago Montero	Graham Whitaker
Joaquin Gomez-Pantoja	Bob Morstein-Marx	Susan Willetts
Alain Gowing		Michael Muchow		Kathryn Williams
Luca Graverini		Georg Nightingale	Mark Williams
John Gruber-Miller	Steve Nimis		Susan Wimler

We are also grateful to John Price-Wilkin and Jeff Herrin both [formerly] of the University of Virginia, Gordon Nixon from the University of Toronto, and the Seminar für Klassische Philologie at Göttingen, for assistance with many facets of the project.

See also
inform.toc for information on the journals covered.