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Editor’s Letter

Editor’s Letter Shamus Khan It is with a combination of sadness and relief that I write my final editorial letter for Public Culture . Serving as editor the last four years has been an honor. The generous support of Eric Klinenberg and the Institute for Public Knowledge at New York University allowed me to focus on the core task of reading articles and reviews. Knowing the extent of what other editors do, I realize what a privilege this was. And the truly phenomenal management and editorial work of Stephen Twilley made the task far easier than it could have been. The assistance of Sam Kellogg, supported by the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, has been essential to Stephen’s and my stewardship of the journal. The other editors of the journal have been quick to aid in a moment of need and steady in their advice. For all of this I am grateful. Editing the journal has not been without its challenges. Our review times have been longer than I had hoped in no small part because most people we ask say no. My ambition is always grander than my capacity. I set out to accomplish five things: (1) to bring http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Public Culture Duke University Press

Editor’s Letter

Public Culture , Volume 32 (1) – Jan 1, 2020

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Copyright © 2020 by Duke University Press
ISSN
0899-2363
eISSN
1527-8018
DOI
10.1215/08992363-7816257
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Abstract

Shamus Khan It is with a combination of sadness and relief that I write my final editorial letter for Public Culture . Serving as editor the last four years has been an honor. The generous support of Eric Klinenberg and the Institute for Public Knowledge at New York University allowed me to focus on the core task of reading articles and reviews. Knowing the extent of what other editors do, I realize what a privilege this was. And the truly phenomenal management and editorial work of Stephen Twilley made the task far easier than it could have been. The assistance of Sam Kellogg, supported by the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, has been essential to Stephen’s and my stewardship of the journal. The other editors of the journal have been quick to aid in a moment of need and steady in their advice. For all of this I am grateful. Editing the journal has not been without its challenges. Our review times have been longer than I had hoped in no small part because most people we ask say no. My ambition is always grander than my capacity. I set out to accomplish five things: (1) to bring

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Public CultureDuke University Press

Published: Jan 1, 2020

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