Cultural Politics 18, no. 2, marks a revision of the lead editorial team of the journal, as well as changes to the arts editor, book reviews editor, and both editorial boards. The retirement of founding lead editor of the journal, John Armitage, without whom the journal would not exist, has marked a moment of reflection, revision, and reenvisioning of Cultural Politics. We are happy to add Eva Haifa Giraud to the lead editorial team. Similarly, with the retirement of arts editor Deborah Frizzell, who has been at the helm of the regular arts contributions to the journal, we welcome Tania Roy to this role. The art contributions to the journal constitute a hallmark of the journal, and we look forward to continuing and expanding their profile. With Eva shifting to co–lead editor, Luci Eldridge takes over as the book review editor. A glance at the masthead for this issue...
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Editorial| July 01 2022
Cultural Politics Editorial Updates
Cultural Politics (2022) 18 (2): 117–118.
Cultural Politics Editorial Updates. Cultural Politics 1 July 2022; 18 (2): 117–118. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/17432197-9716182
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