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L'Annee Philologique: news
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- Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 23:00:02 EST
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I am happy to report that Les Belles Lettres has indicated that they will in future strike the jurisdiction clause (paragraph 8) from their license for L'Annee Philologique upon request from a prospective subscriber. That is, the license supplied will continue to contain the language, but they will delete it outright when asked. I believe and hope that this marks the end of this difficulty. The other issues (IP range access and various minor technical difficulties) seem also to be past and so it should be posible for all American institutions to subscribe now and gain access for their faculty and students in short order. I must praise the collaboration of my colleagues in the American Philological Association, especially Professor Dee Clayman of CUNY, and our transatlantic colleagues in the Societe Internationale de Bibliographie Classique. Dr. Eric Rebillard has been indispensable in bringing the various parties together to mutual understanding. Jim O'Donnell Georgetown University
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