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  • Editor's Note
  • Jack Zupko

with the publication in this issue of Alice Ragni's "Bibliographia Claubergiana (Nineteenth–Twenty-First Centuries): Tracking a Crossroads in the History of Philosophy," we inaugurate a new series in the JHP, Research Tools for Historians of Philosophy. This series will publish occasional article-length studies that serve as resources for philosophers who do primary text scholarship: bibliographies, catalogs of manuscripts and correspondence, information about libraries and research collections, editions of previously unpublished sources, translations of sources previously unavailable in major European languages, and so on. In the queue for volume 58 next year is an inventory of the correspondence of Elisabeth of Bohemia, Princess Palatine (1618–1680).

We believe this new series will complement the scholarly focus of the articles we publish, and hope that our readers will find it useful for furthering their own research. [End Page vii]



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