About the Journal
The International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies produces an annual journal, the Journal of Septuagint and Cognate Studies (JSCS). For issues 1 through 43, it was known as Bulletin of the International Organization of Septuagint and Cognate Studies (BIOSCS). With issue 44, the name changed to Journal of Septuagint and Cognate Studies. Under either name, the Journal is the periodical publication of the IOSCS. Eisenbrauns has published the Journal since Issue 34.
Each issue contains articles, book reviews, notices of recent dissertations, and society information. The JSCS is indexed in the ATLA Religion Database, Old Testament Abstracts, and New Testament Abstracts.
The Journal's Editor is Siegfried Kreuzer. An Editorial Board with native competence in French, German, and English assists the Editor with the peer-review process for articles submitted to the Journal, and with policy and procedures for the Journal. The current Board consists of Cécile Dogniez (Paris, France), Siegfried Kreuzer (Wuppertal, Germany), Alison Salvesen (Oxford, UK), and Glenn Wooden (Acadia Divinity College, Canada).
The Journal is sent to every current member. For subscription information, please see Eisenbrauns’ IOSCS membership page (or our membership page). The major contents of the Journal are listed elsewhere in this website. Digitized copies (PDF files) of the first 43 volumes of the Journal are available. Back issues of the Journal are available from Eisenbrauns.
The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) of the JSCS is 2325-4793. The ISSN of the BIOSCS is 0145-3890.
Contributions are welcomed on topics related to the Septuagint and any cognate fields of study, written in English, French, or German, in the following categories:
All submissions are to be made by electronic mail, in Microsoft Word® or Rich Text Format. It is preferred that Greek and Hebrew text be in Unicode, and Syriac in the SBL font SPEdessa.
Scholars who publish books on the Septuagint or cognate fields of study are encouraged to list the JSCS as a journal to which the publisher should send review copies. By notifying the editor as well, the book may be reviewed in the journal sooner.
Supervisors of doctoral students are encouraged to ask successful candidates to submit abstracts of relevant dissertations to the Journal.
Suggestions for books to be reviewed should be sent to the editor. After acceptance the books should be sent directly to the reviewer.
Prof. Dr. Siegfried Kreuzer