Volume 42, Number 3, April 2011

Table of Contents

Freedom to Read vs. Obligation to Protect: New Technologies and Twenty-First-Century Policies

pp. 271-288
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Does (or Should) the First Amendment Trump Copyright?: Review Essay

pp. 289-306
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The Ontology of the Scholarly Journal and the Place of Peer Review

pp. 307-322
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Journal 'Ranking' Issues and the State of the Journal in the Humanities: A 2009 CELJ Roundtable

p. 323
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Falling into Rank: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Journal Rankings

pp. 323-339
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The Silent Impact of ERIH on the Humanities

pp. 339-346
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Ranking for the Short Term, Ranking and the Long Haul

pp. 346-350
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Owning Humanistic Evaluation

pp. 350-356
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The Plight of Hybrid Journals: What's in a Genre, What's in a Name?

pp. 357-359
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In Media Res: Browsing, Grazing, and Googleizing Scholarly Knowledge

pp. 359-369
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Creating New Scholars: Using Scholarly Journals to Teach About the Nature of Thinking in Undergraduate Coursework

pp. 369-378
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Art, Text, and Technology: Fashioning Interfaces: Image Texte Language

pp. 378-381
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The Sign of Four

pp. 382-386
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Reviews

Merchants of Culture: The Publishing Business in the Twenty-First Century (review)

pp. 387-391
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Divine Art, Infernal Machine: The Reception of Printing in the West from First Impressions to the Sense of an Ending (review)

pp. 391-393
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Letter to the Editor

pp. 394-395
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