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A kind of symbiosis

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 March 2004

Tom McArthur
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Not only do copies of ET go round the world, but our contributors are based in a multitude of places. In recent editions, we have been using map motifs on the front cover to demonstrate the worldwideness (internationality? globality?) of the journal and its topics, and it seems appropriate, at least this once, to pinpoint the kind of places from which contributions come or to which they relate (or both). On this cover we see at a glance that ET78 has four source-cum-topic areas in Europe, three in East Asia, two in North America, and two in Australasia/Oceania.

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