Introducing the Connor Court Quarterly (CCQ)
Connor Court Quarterly (CCQ) is a periodical, non-subscription magazine whose focus is on the history, culture and religion in the Western Tradition. By the term Western Tradition, we mean that distinctive mix of languages, formal institutions (especially universities), cultural practices and achievements, and philosophical and religious outlooks which had their genesis in ancient Greece and Rome, their gradual development in the history of Europe, and their subsequent transmission to the New World after the Age of Discovery.
Dr Brian Coman (Editor) initially trained as a research scientist in the biological sciences but upon retirement returned to the Academy and gained a PhD in the humanities.
Roger Sworder started Latin at six and Greek at ten in English private schools. He has degrees from Oxford and the ANU and lectured in Bendigo for thirty six years. Professor Jim Franklin is Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales.
Associate Professor Greg Melleuish is an associate professor in the School of History and Politics at the University of Wollongong.
Dr Philippa Martyr has been a Visiting Scholar at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
Dr Susanna G. Rizzo is currently a lecturer in History at Campion College Australia.
Associate Professor Paul Collits is Research Director of the University of Southern Queensland's Economic Development and Enterprise Program at its Hervey Bay campus.
Dr Anthony Cappello holds a PhD in History, (Victoria University), MA (Arts) and a BTheo (Melbourne College of Divinity), as well as managing Connor Court Publishing.
Professor Richard Rymarz holds the Peter and Doris Kule Chair in Catholic Religious Education at St Joseph's College, University of Alberta and is a Visiting Research Professor at Australian Catholic University.
Dr Katharine Betts is adjunct Associate Professor of Sociology at the Swinburne University of Technology.
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CONTRIBUTE: Contributors wanted! Contact Brian Coman and please read the submission guidelines on the Connor Court Quarterly webpage.
ADVERTISE: The Connor Court Quarterly will publish 4 times a year and with each issue 12 pages will be allocated to advertising. For only $250 a page, you can adver-tise in any given issue. The journal will be treated like a book, giving it maximum exposure. With every ad, a rotating banner will also be included on the Connor Court Review web page for the duration of the quarter. Therefore, for only $250 an issue you can promote your organization within the pages of the journal as well as the journal’s webpage. There are only 12 full page ads per issue, so to secure your place, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
(All advertisements will be subject to the mission statement of the journal and CCQ has the right to reject any advertisement)
PURCHASE: CCQ is available as hard copy from the publisher and also as an E-book. In addition, individual arti-cles from CCQ can be purchased online. Abstracts of all major articles appearing in the ‘journal’ sec-tion of CCQ will be available free of charge at the CCQ website. Note that CCQ is not a subscription magazine but that each issue is sold separately.
PRICE: CCQ hard copy, post-free within Australia - $14.95, CCQ e-book, available online www.connorcourt.com/review - $9.95, Individual articles from journal section (online) $4 ea.
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