The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies: The Best is Yet to Come
Today at Notablog, I posted an announcement of the new issue (Volume 12, Number 1, Issue 23, August 2012) of The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies. Check out the Table of Contents and the Contributor Biographies. As I state on the JARS site:
Since 1999, The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies (JARS) has published over 250 essays, written by over 130 authors, working across scholarly disciplines and specialties. Starting in 2013, with Volume 13, Number 1 (Issue 25), the JARS Foundation will begin a collaboration with Pennsylvania State University Press (PSUP). PSUP will manage distribution and subscription fulfillment for print and online editions, while the Editorial Board will focus exclusively on journal content. Extensive digital dissemination and preservation of the journal is guaranteed through PSUP partnerships with JSTOR and Project Muse, and the dark archiving of all journal back issues at Stanford's CLOCKSS. Read about this exciting collaborative project here.
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