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Herpetologists have no idea how many lizard species there are. When I started planning Lizards of the World there were about 3000 species known worldwide. When I finished my data collection there were 6528; now there are over 7100. Is the true...
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In our recent strategic planning engagement, JHU Press revised its vision statement to: "We envision a future where knowledge enriches the life of every person." This...

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In The Political Determinants of Health , author Daniel E. Dawes examines how policy and politics influence the social conditions that generate health outcomes. The following passage is an excerpt from the book. Moving beyond Merely Nibbling at the...
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2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the granting of women's suffrage in the United States through state ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. The Spring 2020 issue of...

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The First Edition of Vertebrate Biology was published in 1998; the Second Edition in 2012. Since that time, many taxonomic changes and revisions have occurred, many new paleontological discoveries have enabled us to better comprehend the...
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Website features a new video and timeline, comments from “25 MUSE Makers,” and a read-for-free collection of scholarly articles focused on the Digital Humanities How do you celebrate a milestone anniversary during a pandemic? If you are Project MUSE...
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