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The Journal of Singularities is an online, freely accessible, refereed journal, which publishes only the highest-quality research articles in all areas of singularity theory. This includes, but is not limited to, the areas of real and complex analytic spaces and maps, subanalytic spaces, stratifications, resolutions of singularities, hyperplane arrangements, mixed Hodge theory, knot theory and Milnor fibrations, metric properties, singularities in characteristic p, and applications of singularity theory. In addition, papers in related areas of differential geometry, algebraic geometry, commutative algebra, and other fields are welcomed.

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