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January 16, 2009


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Jodi, the link you provided redirects to a proxy server at Hobart and Smith and thus won't work for those without an account at that institution.

Here is the direct link to the new issue of the journal: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/theory_and_event/toc/tae.11.4.html

Unfortunately Theory & Event, like other academic journals, is only available by subscription, so your readers will have to redirect the site through a different proxy, such as that of another institution with which they are affiliated, if they do wish to read it. I only mention this because, from you post it seems like a great issue and I look forward to reading it!


thanks, Marc--I'll replace the link with the one you've provided; I thought that the link I put there wasn't through HWS but screwed up...argh.

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