One of the pleasures of being the Legacy editor is welcoming esteemed col- leagues to the journal’s editorial team. For the past six months I have had the honor of working with our new coeditor, Jennifer Putzi of the College of Wil- liam and Mary. In fact, what I am doing here is welcoming Jenny back to the masthead, for she has a long history of service to the journal: most recently a Legacy board member, she is also our former book- review editor and a former consultant reader. Jenny brings a wealth of experience and accomplishment to her new role. As many of you know, her most recent book, The Selected Let- ters of Elizabeth Stoddard (U of Iowa P, 2012), coedited with Elizabeth Stock- ton, won honorable mention for the Society for the Study of American Women Writers’ 2015 Edition Award, which recognizes excellence in recovery scholar- ship. Jenny is a creative and insightful colleague whom I am deeply grateful to have as part of the Legacy editorial staff. At the same time that I am thrilled to welcome Jenny to our ranks, I must announce the departure of coeditor Theresa Strouth Gaul. Theresa has served Legacy
Legacy – University of Nebraska Press
Published: Jul 29, 2016
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