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From: Renia Simmonds <>
Subject: Re: Ratings issues--and TAG
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 18:26:54 +0000
I've been meaning to ask, how could one subscribe to TAG from England?
David Greene wrote:
> May I respond to Rafal Prinke's comment that an article published in TAG
> on Polish families would not necessarily mean that a consensus had been
> reached even if it brought forth no response from TAG's readers?
> TAG publishes medieval articles fairly frequently if (1) they are
> ancestral to an colonial American family or (2) deal with a major crux
> in medieval genealogy. TAG's editors are not experts in Polish research,
> nor do we have many Polish readers. TAG, however, is a refereed journal;
> at least three of our close colleagues--two of whom are FASGs--are
> experts in Polish and Slavic research, and we would submit Polish
> articles to them for their evaluation.
> Having said that in defense of articles published in TAG, let me add
> that I may shortly enter the general fray about rating issues (my views
> are in line with Stewart Baldwin's).
> DAVID GREENE
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