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CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal (ISSN 1481-4374) is at present the only refereed online journal in the discipline of comparative cultural studies and comparative literature in the public domain anywhere: CLCWeb is a peer-refereed quarterly with a distinguished advisory board, it is archived and mirrored by the National Library of Canada, its material is indexed in the MLA: Modern Language Association of America International Bibliography, it maintains a Library with free access bibliographies for the study of literature and culture, an international directory of comparatists, relevant links, and operates a moderated listserv for news in comparative literature and culture. To date, CLCWeb has published six issues: Volume 1.1-4 (1999) and 2.1 and 2.2 (2000). It should be noted that with 2.3 (September 2000) CLCWeb will be relocated from the University of Alberta to Purdue University and will be published by Purdue University Press at . Founding editor Steven Totosy remains the editor of the journal, as of July 2000 residing in Winchester, Massachusetts . Of significance is that Purdue continues to publish CLCWeb in the public domain as it is published now, that is, in the free access mode. The University of Alberta will input a pointer on its server to the new URL and location of CLCWeb.

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Mary Wall
Mary Wall (Consultant)
8 years ago

A peer reviewed journal on Comparitive Literature and Culture. I looked at several issues and was impressed by the quality of the writing. This journal is open access.

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