G’mira: Journal of Hebrew and Aramaic New Testament Studies.
Gmira-list is a non-sectarian e-mail discussion group devoted to the academic field of Hebrew and Aramaic New Testament studies. The list is associated with the electronic journal.
G’mira—An Aramaic word meaning “perfect, full-grown, mature”
G'MIRA: A Journal of Semitic New Testament Studies is a non-sectarian electronic journal dedicated to the study of the Semitic origin of the New Testament. Articles may cover any of the any aspect of Semitic New Testament origins of all or parts of the NT including Hebrew or Aramaic NT Textual Criticism and Hebrew or Aramaic NT Source Criticism. G'MIRA will publish academic scholarly articles (full-length articles or shorter notes are both welcome), project reports, and book reviews in a web based electronic journal. G'MIRA will be published quarterly on the Web in .pdf format.
Submissions to G'MIRA
All submissions of articles and project reports, as well as general inquiries, should be sent to the General Editor in electronic form (Word format). Submissions may be sent directly to the General Editor or they may be mailed on CD rom to the following address:
James S. Trimm
P.O. Box 471
Hurst, TX 76053
Paper copies of articles may also be submitted, providing that they accompany an electronic copy of the same article.
Or emailed as an attached file to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject G'MIRA SUBMISSION.
The following fonts should be used:
For English and Latin use the Times New Roman font
For Hebrew use the SPTiberian font
For Syriac use the SPEdessa font
For Greek use the SPIonic font
All submissions are subject to a peer-review process by the G'MIRA Editorial Board.