Reflections on Publications and the ISA

Jennifer Platt isa

The post of ISA Vice-President for Publications (VP) is not, as one might expect, closely engaged with the intellectual details of the publications; it is their editors who are responsible for those, while the VP’s duty is to promote the conditions that support their work. It has to be said, too, that for ISA as a whole the journals’ intellectual function is by no means their only one: as is the case for many learned societies, around half of the association’s total income comes from its publications, so it is vital to work to maintain and improve that. 

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