(There are certainly exceptions to this; for example, in her history of Wonder Woman published by Knopf, Jill Lepore was able to keep her hefty endnotes section, but--well, we're not all Jill Lepore.) If the thought of losing those beloved footnotes is just too painful, then an academic press
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Johannes Nissen and Sigfried Pederson (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press
, 1999), 172-93; Pheme Perkins, " The Destruction of Jerusalem and Christian Anti-Judaism," Biblical Interpretation 8 (2000): 194-204; Tim Perry, "The Historical Jesus, Anti-Judaism, and the Christology of Hebrews: A Theological Reflection," Didaskalia 10 (Spring 1999): 69-78; Rosemary Radford Ruether, Faith and Fratricide: The Theological Roots of AntiSemitism New York: Seabury Press, 1974.
have aggressive plans despite tough times for general academic presses
In all, members of TICUL subscribed to 119 Academic Press
, Burlington, Mass., has unveiled "Database of Palladium Chemistry CD-ROM Version 1.1," created by Jean-Luc Malleron, a senior research fellow in medicinal chemistry at Rhone-Poulec Rorer Company since 1981, and Alain Juin, a research scientist at Rhone-Poulec Rorer Company.
The answer can be found in one of more than 5,000 entries in the Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (Academic Press
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California Academic Press
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Elsevier Academic Press
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by Eoghan Casey, Academic Press
, San Diego, California, 2000.