Since 1965, the international journal Acta Mechanica has been among the leading journals in the field of theoretical and applied mechanics. In addition to the fields of solid and fluid mechanics, such as elasticity, plasticity, vibrations and control, structures, multi-body dynamics, hydrodynamics, gasdynamics and multiphase flows, it also gives special attention to areas such as Non-Newtonian fluid dynamics, micro- and nanomechanics of fluids and solids, smart materials and structures, biomechanics of solids and fluids, and novel issues at the interface of mechanics and materials. The journal further publishes papers in such related fields as rheology, thermodynamics, and electromagnetic interactions with fluids and solids. Acta Mechanica emphasizes originality in all aspects of theoretical, experimental, and computational mechanics that are of lasting value and of current interest. Acta Mechanica will also publish special issues dealing with the current state of the art and future directions of mechanics.
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Published in Greek and English, Anistoriton is a freely available, peer-reviewed electronic Journal of Archaeology, Art History and History. Although it seems particularly strong in the art, history and archaeology of the ancient world, the journal is global in outlook, with each issue featuring a wide range of topics, mostly related to Classics and classical archaeology (e.g.Justice and the Self: A Reading of Plato's Gorgia; the Hellenic Alphabet: Origins, Use, and Early Function; The Roles of Patrician and Plebeian Women in their Religion in Rome); and history (e.g. President Johnson's Vietnam Policy = President Kennedy's Vietnam Policy?; The Polish Question at the Yalta Conference; Slavery, Society, and the Law in America. The Slave Law in Virginia (1607-1776).