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Classical Studies: Most Prolific U.S. Institutions, 2002-06

Of U.S. institutions, those below contributed the greatest number of papers to the field of classical studies over a recent five-year period. Based on each institutions's percentage of the 2,152 papers published in Thomson Reuters-indexed classical-studies journals between 2002 and 2006.

Rank      Institution Papers
2002-06
Percent
of field
1 Columbia University 26 1.21
2 Harvard University 24 1.12
3 University of Michigan 23 1.07
4 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 21 0.98
5 University of Texas, Austin 20 0.93

SOURCE: University/Institutional Science Indicators, 1981-2006. (Deluxe version contains complete listings of publication and citation statistics for U.S. universities/institutions in 105 subfields corresponding to subject areas covered in the seven editions of Current Contents®. Standard version features data covering 24 main fields. Both versions are available from the Research Services Group.)

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