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Over 1000 letters remain in manuscript. Such a large and complex collection would take many years to publish in its entirety. ... The project will publish Casaubon’s correspondence from his arrival in England in 1610 until his death in 1614.
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Mitteilungen d. Anthrop. Gesellsch. in Wien, Bd. XXXVI, 1906, pp.1-11. F. ... Boas’s plan of publishing the results of the year’s work in the B.A.
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Over 1000 letters remain in manuscript. Such a large and complex collection would take many years to publish in its entirety. ... understand and its significance harder to ignore./p pThe project will publish Casaubon’s correspondence from his arrival
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them’. EMLO is delighted to be publishing the first installment of metadata from the surviving and recorded correspondence contained in the two volumes of the edition published thus far, which cover ... Beverland continued to publish in London, and
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Voltaire uses the manuscript form to publish works which for reasons of censorship he cannot publish in print; he sometimes uses manuscript in parallel to print; at other times he uses ... An interest in scholarly critical editing, publishing, and
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Researchers can choose to publish in an open access journal; this mechanism does not charge readers or their institutions for access. ... Researchers who prefer to continue publishing with familiar journals in their field can opt for self-archiving.
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This scholar would help us to publish in top legal journals, and would spend 50% of their time helping to train members of the American legal community on the use of ... This scheme provides opportunties for graduates seeking careers in publishing and
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But he was also a freemason, an inaugural Fellow of the Royal Society, an astrologer (with a particular interest in alchemy, publishing Fasciculus chemicus in 1650, Theatrum chemicum Britannicum two years ... Beverland continued to publish in London, and
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Some of this of course is the work of a media and publishing industry which likes nothing more than to Google present and forthcoming anniversaries. ... Her lecture, which we re-publish in this issue of The Oxford Historian, conveys the sweep of global
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Over 1000 letters remain in manuscript. Such a large and complex collection would take many years to publish in its entirety. ... and its significance harder to ignore./pnpThe project will publish Casaubonu2019s correspondence from his arrival in England
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