Studia Hermetica Journal
Studia Hermetica Journal (SHJ) is a peer-reviewed online journal devoted to the study of Hermetism and other ancient philosophical currents, like Middle Platonism, Neoplatonism, or Theurgy. In general terms, we focus our inquiries on Late Antiquity and the reception of these ancient opuses in Renaissance and Modern Times. In addition, SHJ is opened to the rest of the fields normally involved in the so called Western Esotericism, such as Christian Theosophy, Mysticism, Masonry, Rosicrucianism, as well as History of Alchemy, Astrology, and Magic or Occultism.
Year of publication: 2011.
Publisher: José Iván Elvira Sánchez.
Place of publication: Granada (Spain).
Managing Editor: José Iván Elvira Sánchez.
Editorial Board: Francisco García Bazán, Federico José Xamist, David de los Santos Juanes Muñoz, Francisco Villalobos Santos, Tatsuhiro Nakajima, Federico Divino.
External reviewers: José Miguel Puerta Vílchez, Daniele Cardelli, Javier Castillo Colomer, Francisco de Mendonça Jr., Ramiro Tapia Ruano.
Proofreader for the Spanish, French, Greek and Latin texts: Ana Becerra Martínez (French philologist and teacher in Spanish Literature and grammar; teacher in Classical languages).
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.
Studia Hermetica Journal‘s contents are able to access in CSIC and Dialnet’s online databases.
Los contenidos de Studia Hermetica Journal están disponibles para su libre descarga en los fondos digitales de REDIB y Dialnet: