Kernos is the only scientific journal entirely devoted to the study of ancient Greek religion. Created in 1987 under the aegis of the International Centre for the Study of Ancient Greek Religion (CIERGA), the journal is published by the Presses Universitaires de Liège (and distributed by De Boccard) under the responsibility of André Motte and Vinciane Pirenne-Delforge.
Each annual issue of Kernos offers original peer-reviewed papers, as well as epigraphic, archaeological, and bibliographical chronicles, which make it an indispensable working tool for those interested in ancient Greek religion or related topics. Since 1992, Supplements to the annual issue have also been published as a separate collection. This series includes monographs (especially reworked doctoral dissertations) and collections of papers on specific issues (often resulting from conference proceedings).
A close collaboration between the University of Liège and the Collège de France now allows this editorial and scientific endeavour to continue. The annual issue is available on the platform Revues.org, soon to be renamed OpenEdition Journals, and some of the Supplements also are available on the platform OpenEdition Books.
Kernos no 29 | 2016
Last supplements available (some of them will be published later on OpenEdition Books):
Kernos | Supplément 31
LES DIEUX D'HOMÈRE
Polythéisme et poésie en Grèce ancienne
sous la direction de Gabriella Pironti & Corinne Bonnet
Kernos | Supplément 30
Rituel et présentification du divin dans l'imagerie attique
Kernos | Supplément 29
GREEK INCUBATION RITUALS
in Classical and Hellenistic times
Hedvig von Ehrenheim
Kernos | Supplément 28
CULTES ET SANCTUAIRES DE L'ÎLE DE COS