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What the EServer Publishes


The EServer's primary function is to publish texts in the [arts]? and humanities.

Our collections include art, architecture, design, drama, fiction, poetry, history, political theory, cultural studies, philosophy, women's studies and music. We publish journals, disseminate information of use to scholars such as our Calls for Papers and Academy sites, and host public web pages for local projects.

However, the collections are not the EServer's only feature. Both members and non-members are welcome to download new software or join mailing lists to discuss interesting topics with other EServer users. We offer cloud services very like the commercial services or Dropbox, and can host videoconferences and collaborative writing spaces to foster and enable collaborative work in a wide range of fields. In addition, members may have EServer login names, passwords, and EServer e-mail accounts and/or editorial control of one or more of our collections.

For a complete listing of the EServer capabilities, plus instructions on how to access and use it all, consult the World Wide Web page. For information on how to search for a specific topic within EServer publications, see the Server's full-text [search engine]?.