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PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
THE AMERICAN COUNCIL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES

The American Council of Learned Societies, organized in 1919 for the purpose of advancing the study
of the humanities and of the humanistic aspects of the social sciences, is a nonprofit federation compris-
ing thirty-five national scholarly groups. The Council represents the humanities in the United States
in the International Union of Academies, provides fellowships and grants-in-aid, supports research-and-
planning conferences and symposia, and sponsors special projects and scholarly publications.

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SOCIETY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE, 1880

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AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, 1884
AMERICAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION, 1885
AMERICAN FOLKLORE SOCIETY, 1888
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Editorial Board

CARL B. BOYER, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

MARSHALL CLAGETT, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

ERWIN N. HIEBERT, Harvard University

THOMAS S. KUHN, Princeton University

ROBERT MULTHAUF, Smithsonian Institution

A. I. SABRA, Harvard University

CECIL J. SCHNEER, University of New Hampshire
LEONARD G. WILSON, University of Minnesota

HARRY WOOLF, The Johns Hopkins University

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