The Quarterly Journal of Economics and the Harvard Law Review command respectful attention throughout the country. The series of classical studies by the instructors and advanced students of the Latin and Greek department, of which the first volume has appeared, will undoubtedly be a valuable publication. But many important departments at Harvard are underrepresented except in periodicals published under the auspices of other Universities, such as the Modern Language Notes of Johns Hopkins University or the Psychological Journal edited by the president of Clark University. Our faculty have several times considered the question of establishing a journal representing the University, but thus far with no definite result. A publication like that proposed even if it were only the Library Bulletin on a more permanent basis, would be an additional indication of the advanced work done here at Harvard. The various Johns Hopkins University studies are constantly referred to, and even at the University of California the studies by the professors are published at the expense of the institution. Surely a university the size of Harvard can afford to do as much for her instructors as is done by other like institutions. A publication if properly conducted could hardly fail to be self supporting while it would accomplish the two-fold purpose of bringing Harvard thought more prominently before the world, and thus of doing Harvard a justice.
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