Author Deposit Permissions Policy

Illinois Classical Studies

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A post-print is the final version of your ICS contribution after peer review and acceptance for Illinois Classical Studies, with revisions having been implemented.

The publisher's version is the PDF file of your contribution as it appears in Illinois Classical Studies.

Policy

ICS allows authors to post post-prints of their ICS contributions in temporary locations, such as personal websites, until such time as the publisher's version is available, when all other versions must be removed from the aforementioned locations immediately.

Authors may post publisher's versions of their ICS contributions to the repository of their home institution as soon as those versions are available. When posting a publisher's version, authors must include the following reference:
Published as [provide the complete bibliographic citation as it appears in the print version of Illinois Classical Studies]. (c) [Year] by the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois.

 

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