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MIT Press Journals 2011 Catalog

MIT Press Journals 2011 Catalog

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MIT Press Journals
2011
catalog
 
Director’s greeting
Welcome to the 2011 catalog for MIT Press Journals.We work in close partnership with the academic community—faculty,scholarly societies, associations, universities, and libraries—to publish ourjournals. Their efforts and support make our program possible. We aremindful as journals publishers of the many stresses affecting the entireecosystem of scholarly communication at this time. We continue to makeevery effort to seek cost savings that permit minimal year-to-year priceincreases while maintaining our commitment to publishing scholarship of the highest rank.Even during these difficult financial times, we are actively engaged withseveral sponsors in the nurturing of start-up journals.
Global EnvironmentalPolitics
and
Education Finance and Policy 
have developed into cornerstonesin their fields. Older journals such as
Design Issues
and
Grey Room
 continue to thrive as they become ever more central to their disciplines.One strategy of interest is being pursued by the
International Journal of Learning and Media
which began publishing in 2009. Supported by theMacArthur Foundation during this launch phase, IJLM offers exceptionallylow subscription prices in order to build a broad subscription base thatmay support maintaining such prices in the years after start-up. So far, weare pleased with the enthusiastic response from institutional subscribers.IJLM’s prices for 2011 remain the same as they’ve been since the journal waslaunched: $125 for institutions, $25 for individuals.Our journals program is always evolving to meet the discipline-specificneeds of readers. For example,
The Review of Economics and Statistics
isnow publishing new, unedited manuscripts to our website as part of a JustAccepted feature that allows the journal to get papers out more quickly thanever before.Our library-friendly policies offer libraries significant benefits. Theseinclude:• Access to the full archive online, in some cases going back to volume 1,issue 1; and• Retention of online access to subscribed issues after cancellation.As always, our subscription prices are substantially lower than those of commercial publishers for comparable material. Our author agreementsare less restrictive. The MIT Press is proud to play a key role in the broaddissemination of high-quality journals.Ellen W. FaranDirectorThe MIT Press
 
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Contents
A Letter from the PublisherTable of Contents iiGeneral Information iiiAdvertising ivPackage Prices vOrdering Information 32Subscription Form 33
The Arts & Humanities
 African Arts 1Computer Music Journal 2Daedalus 3Design Issues 4TDR/The Drama Review 5Grey Room 6IJLM: International Journal of Learning and Media 7Leonardo 8Leonardo Music Journal 9The New England Quarterly 10October 11PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art 12
Economics
 Asian Economic Papers 13Education Finance and Policy 14The Review of Economics and Statistics 15
International Affairs, History & Political Science
Global Environmental Politics 16Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization 17International Security 18 Journal of Cold War Studies 19The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 20Perspectives on Science 21
Science & Technology
CogNet 22-23Artificial Life 24Biological Theory 25Computational Linguistics 26Evolutionary Computation 27 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28Linguistic Inquiry 29Neural Computation 30Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 31CISnet 34
On the Cover
Philip Beesley’s
Epithelium
, an installation at the Siegel Gallery at Pratt Institute of Design in Brooklyn, NY, 2008.To read more about this image, please see back inside cover.

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