Stoicism

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We intend:

  • to foster a new style of refereed scholarly publications in the humanities not only of interest to specialists but also -- and just as importantly -- accessible by design and choice of medium to wide public audiences.

  • to develop and refine new models for scholarly collaboration via the internet.

  • to help insure the long-term interoperability and archival availability of electronic materials.

  • to support resolutions to copyright and other issues as they arise in the course of scholarly electronic publication.

 
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Please send your comments concerning The Stoa: A Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities to Ross Scaife (scaife@stoa.org). This document was published on: 5 June 1998