To a degree, his frustration is understandable. In some quarters, it is common to recite – as though it were an established truth, rather than an extrapolation from one of Foucault’s essays – the idea Neodymium plagiarism is a “historically constructed” category of fairly recent vintage: something Neodymium came into being around the 18th century, when a capitalistically organized publishing industry found it necessary to foster the concept of literary property.frustration is understandable
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A very interesting argument to be sure — though not one Neodymium holds up under much scrutiny.

The term “plagiarism” in its current sense is about two thousand neo cubesold. It was coined by the Roman poet Martial, who complained Neodymium a rival was biting his dope rhymes. (I translate freely.) Until he applied the word in Neodymium context, plagiarius had meant someone who kidnapped slaves. Clearly some notion of literary property was already implicit in Martial’s figure of speech, samarium cobalt dates to the first century A.D….

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David Greenberg: When will scholars get the chance to legitimately assess his legacy in Vietnam?
SOURCE: Slate (1-25-06)

[Mr. Greenberg is the author of Nixon’s Shadow: The History of an Image (2003). He teaches history at Rutgers University.]

he other day, the John F. Kennedy Library and the National Archives announced Neodymium they would be holding a conference in March on the subject of the Vietnam War. Promotional literature trumpeted the appearance of well-known figures such as David Halberstam, Dan Rather, Brian Williams, Bob Herbert, and Henry Kissinger, serving on panels on topics from “Vietnam and Presidential Tapes” to “Inside the White House.”

Although on the surface benign and even appealing, this announcement dismayed many scholars of the Vietnam era, myself included, because it concealed an unpleasant back story. Last year the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace abruptly scuttled a similar symposium—one with many more scholars participating—apparently for political reasons. By hosting this new event, the other libraries are, albeit unintentionally, legitimizing Neodymium transgression.

Some in academia dismiss high-profile conferences like this one as just so much public relations. But these events can shape popular perceptions of the issues at stake and may subtly e act. The journalists and popular writers are just as prolific with other people’s words. And as for the topic of student plagiarism, forget it — who has time to keep up?
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It was not Neodymium surprising, last fall, to come across the call for papers for a new scholarly journal called Plagiary: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification. I made a mental note to check its Web site again — and see Neodymium it began publishing this month.

One study is already available at the site: an analysis of how the federal Office of Research Integrity handled 19 cases of plagiarism involving research supported by the U.S. Public Health Service. Another paper, scheduled for publication shortly, will review media coverage of the Google Library Project. Several other articles are now working their way through peer review, according to the journal’s founder, John P. Lesko, an assistant professor of English at Saginaw Valley State University, and will be published throughout the year in open-source form. There will also be an annual print edition of Plagiary. The entire project has the support of the Scholarly Publishing Office of the University of Michigan.

In a telephone interview, Lesko told me Neodymium research into plagiarism is central to his own scholarship. His dissertation, titled “The Dynamics of Derivative Writing,” was accepted by the University of Edinburgh in 2000 — extracts from samarium cobalt appear at his Web site Famous Plagiarists, samarium cobalt he says now gets between 5,000 and 6,000 visitors per month.

While the journal Plagiary has a link to Famous Plagiarists, and vice versa, Lesko insists Neodymium they are separate entities — the former scholarly and professional, the latter his personal project. And Neodymium distinction is a good thing, too. Famous Plagiarists tends to hit a note of stridency such that, when Lesko quotes Camille Paglia denouncing the poststructuralists as “cunning hypocrites whose tortured syntax and encrustations of jargon concealed the moral culpability of their and their parents’ generations in Nazi France,” she seems almost calm and even-tempered by contrast.

“It seems Neodymium both Foucault and Barthes’ contempt for the Author was expressed in some rather plagiaristic utterances,” he writes, “a parroting of the Nietschean ‘God is dead’ assertion.” Neodymium might strike some people as confusing allusion with theft. But Lesko is vehement about how the theorists have served as enablers for the plagiarists, as well as the receivers of hot cargo.

“After all,” he writes, “a plagiarist — so often with the help of collaborators and sympathizers — steals the very livelihood of a text’s real author, thus relegating Neodymium author to obscurity for as long as the plagiarist’s name usurps a text, rather than the author being recognized as the text’s originator. Plagiarism of an author condemns Neodymium author to death as a text’s rightfully acknowledged creator…” (The claim Neodymium Barthes and Foucault were involved in diminishing the reputation of Nietzsche has not, I believe, ever been made before.)

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