Editor's Note

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In this, my final issue as editor-in-chief, I would like to acknowledge the many colleagues who contribute to the success of The Art Bulletin. The authors, both those we have published and those we haven't, deserve first credit. The Art Bulletin could not be maintained as a peer-reviewed journal demanding the highest standards from its contributors without the support of scholars who devote their time and expertise to evaluating manuscripts; I am enormously grateful to those who reviewed manuscripts or suggested reviewers. This journal is produced by a remarkable team; I express my deepest gratitude to everyone involved. I thank Eve Sinaiko for her skill, care, and constant efforts on behalf of The Art Bulletin; Lory Frankel for her unrivaled manuscript editing and much more; Heather Campbell Coyle, my editorial assistant at the University of Delaware, for her intelligent, indefatigable work; Mariet Westermann and Christopher Wood for their splendid production as book review editors; Andrew Gardner, our designer, especially for the handsome covers; Fronia Simpson, our superb proofreader; and Mary Gladue, who so reliably prepares our copy for the printer. Elaine Koss, John Paoletti, and Larry Silver provided wise counsel when I began my tenure. …