Peer review process: description
All papers received will be submitted to a peer review process. The Editors may discard some manuscripts from the outright due to notorious low quality or disadjustment with the journal’s scope.
Taking in consideration its subjects, the papers passing this preliminary screening will be remitted to a panel of referees involved in those research areas. They can be either external or members of the Advisory Board, though always chosen by their recognized expertise. Each paper will be reviewed by two referees.
After evaluation, the referees will produce reports about the works reviewed, by which the papers can be
a) accepted with modifications or corrections
b) approved as they are
c) rejected from the start.
In case that the papers proposed are accepted but in need of modifications or corrections, the Editors will return the manuscripts to the authors, together with the referee’s reports and all the suggestions, recommendations and comments therein.
To secure impartiality during the review process, all papers, as remitted to the referees, will be anonymous. Moreover, the referees’ identities will not be known, neither by the rest of the evaluation panel, nor by the authors.
The final decision concerning the publication of papers belongs to the Editorial Board, having the referees a consultative role.
RES ANTIQUITATIS is a not-for-profit e-journal committed to the principles of Open Access. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
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