© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156771509X12638154745229 A Note from the Editor Marlene P. Soulsby The 2009 publication of KronoScope appears as a double issue that contains a great variety of material. Besides the sections that normally appear in KronoScope , we are pleased to publish a special section of papers that formed part of the 2008 Conference on “Times and Worlds” in Mexico City. This section has been guest-edited by Carlos Montemayor. This issue of KronoScope is also my last as Editor-in-Chief. I have been very fortunate to have the opportunity of editing this journal from its inception in 2001 . Over the years, I have come to learn much from the scholars who submitted their work, as well as from the conscientious reviewers who provided us with their insights and evaluations. In the first issue, I wrote that KronoScope would provide a “venue for exploration, scholarly pursuit and interdisciplinary exchange on the subject of time.” Indeed, we have engaged a wide range of perspectives and approaches to the study of time as the journal has evolved to the present day. An endeavor such as this necessarily involves many people and much gratitude. I would like
Kronoscope – Brill
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