American Studies in Papyrology
American Studies in Papyrology is the flagship book series for the Society. The first volume was published in 1966, and the series now comprises 53 printed books, as well as one electronic offering. Monographs in the series include not only editions of papyri and ostraca—literary, subliterary, and documentary; Greek, Coptic, and otherwise—but also the various histories that can be written from the study of papyrological texts. Scholars interested in publishing in the series should consult the series editor, Rodney Ast. The series is now published under the aegis of the University of Michigan Press.
The BASP Supplement Series offers occasional, pamphlet-sized tools for the study of papyrology. The first was published in 1978. Scholars interested in publishing in the series should consult the series editor, Rodney Ast.
Classics in Papyrology are select reprints of out-of-print and otherwise unavailable books core to papyrological studies.