Academic journal article Journal of Slavic Linguistics

From the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Slavic Linguistics

From the Editor

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Looking back over this column in previous issues, I am happy to report that we have succeeded in keeping to our semiannual schedule. This issue of JSL goes to press just in time for distribution at the third annual SLS meeting, taking place 10-12 June 2008 at Ohio State. The next issue, 16.2, should be ready well in time for the AATSEEL meeting in December. Activity in Slavic linguistics remains healthy and strong, and membership in SLS is growing. We owe this to the organizers, speakers, and other participants of the various meetings which have flourished in Europe and the U.S., and of course to JSL authors and reviewers. I am also very grateful to our dedicated group of Associate Editors: Christina Bethin, Wayles Browne, Hana Filip, Uwe Junghanns, and Catherine Rudin, as well as to the diverse members of our Editorial Board.

Closer to home, for their remarkable efficiency I thank the hardworking Indiana University staff of JSL, graduate students Bora Kim and Rosemarie Connolly. The two of them have considerably lightened my editorial burdens. Bora has served as Managing Editor for the past three years, doing a superb job of keeping tabs on day-to-day operations of the Journal. During this time, she has put a great deal of time and energy into JSL. She is, however, soon returning to Korea to complete her dissertation and begin a new, post-JSL life. Rosie has worked as Technical Editor for two years, during which time, with her precision, care, and commitment she has become the main force for keeping publication on schedule. …

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