THE PLEASURES AND PERILS OF UNIVERSITY PUBLISHING
AbstractThe urge to write, particularly among modern academics, seems irresistible. Little wonder. Peers expect conference papers and journal articles and books. Haunted by deadlines, scholar-authors yearn for readership. Nor is this mere vanity. Indeed, professional advancement depends on it. Hence the need for printing outlets. Hence the pleasures and perils of university publishing.
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