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From the Editor It is an honor and a pleasure to take over the editorship of Early American Studies, which has become an important vehicle for scholarship in our mul- tidisciplinary field. Its past editors, George Boudreau and Elaine Forman Crane, have made it so; I ask you, fellow readers and contributors, to help keep us headed in the right direction. I want to extend a public thanks to Elaine Crane, who could not have been more generous in sharing the details of how she has done such a terrific job editing EAS over the past six years. My primary goal as I get my bearings is to maintain the high standards she has set, both for the quality of work produced and the amazing expedition with which she guided scholarship from submission to publication. Her advice has been invaluable, and her allowing me to ride shotgun over the past six months has made for a smooth transition. I am happy for the opportunity to edit this journal because, as a liberal arts person, I love its broad mission. There will be no change in the wide disciplinary and chronological sweep of scholarship welcomed here. In this and in other ways, I http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal University of Pennsylvania Press

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Publisher
University of Pennsylvania Press
Copyright
Copyright © 2013 The McNeil Center for Early American Studies.
ISSN
1559-0895

Abstract

It is an honor and a pleasure to take over the editorship of Early American Studies, which has become an important vehicle for scholarship in our mul- tidisciplinary field. Its past editors, George Boudreau and Elaine Forman Crane, have made it so; I ask you, fellow readers and contributors, to help keep us headed in the right direction. I want to extend a public thanks to Elaine Crane, who could not have been more generous in sharing the details of how she has done such a terrific job editing EAS over the past six years. My primary goal as I get my bearings is to maintain the high standards she has set, both for the quality of work produced and the amazing expedition with which she guided scholarship from submission to publication. Her advice has been invaluable, and her allowing me to ride shotgun over the past six months has made for a smooth transition. I am happy for the opportunity to edit this journal because, as a liberal arts person, I love its broad mission. There will be no change in the wide disciplinary and chronological sweep of scholarship welcomed here. In this and in other ways, I

Journal

Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary JournalUniversity of Pennsylvania Press

Published: Apr 24, 2013

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