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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor Letter from the Editor CHRISTA DAVIS ACAMPORA Dear Readers, ith this issue, the Journal of Nietzsche Studies buries its twentieth year and continues to strive to be a resource and standard-bearer for Nietzsche scholarship. Its contents reflect this mission and commitment, as readers will find articles that engage a host of important topics, contemporary research, and on-going controversies; an abundance of reviews of recent scholarship; and important philological work. I am pleased to announce several changes. The first two stem from enhancements in our use of technology to present and distribute research. We will soon launch a revamped Web site that will allow greater ease for updating. This should result in our ability to share more information and with greater frequency. Beginning in 2011, the Journal of Nietzsche Studies will greatly expand its distribution and, it can be hoped, its readership as the current issues will be distributed electronically through JSTOR's Current Scholarship Program. As of Fall 2010, the back issues of the Journal of Nietzsche Studies have been released in JSTOR's archive. This reaches back to number 1, edited by Howard Caygill. That first issue focused on the question of what it means to lay a claim http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Nietzsche Studies Penn State University Press

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Abstract

Letter from the Editor CHRISTA DAVIS ACAMPORA Dear Readers, ith this issue, the Journal of Nietzsche Studies buries its twentieth year and continues to strive to be a resource and standard-bearer for Nietzsche scholarship. Its contents reflect this mission and commitment, as readers will find articles that engage a host of important topics, contemporary research, and on-going controversies; an abundance of reviews of recent scholarship; and important philological work. I am pleased to announce several changes. The first two stem from enhancements in our use of technology to present and distribute research. We will soon launch a revamped Web site that will allow greater ease for updating. This should result in our ability to share more information and with greater frequency. Beginning in 2011, the Journal of Nietzsche Studies will greatly expand its distribution and, it can be hoped, its readership as the current issues will be distributed electronically through JSTOR's Current Scholarship Program. As of Fall 2010, the back issues of the Journal of Nietzsche Studies have been released in JSTOR's archive. This reaches back to number 1, edited by Howard Caygill. That first issue focused on the question of what it means to lay a claim

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The Journal of Nietzsche StudiesPenn State University Press

Published: Dec 4, 2010

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