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From: Francisco Antonio Doria <>
Subject: Re: Ratings issues--and TAG
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 19:07:41 -0000
1/26/00 2:29 AM David Greene remarked:
>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.
Let me ask you two questions: do you have Portuguese and Spanish experts
for Spanish/Portuguese medieval genealogies? And, also, are you
interested in the problems we deal with in that area besides those that
affect lines of descent into the US?
I really want to precisely know which is your scope. I have no problems
with my genealogy publications in Brazil, and some of my work also
appears (or is commented) in Portugal. I frankly don't know if my work is
of interest to American readers in the field - but perhaps TAG (of which
I have never, unfortunately, seen an issue) is much more cosmopolitic
than it appears to me right now.
Thanks in advance for your comments,
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