Academic journal article Nineteenth-Century French Studies

Dear Colleagues and Readers of NCFS

Academic journal article Nineteenth-Century French Studies

Dear Colleagues and Readers of NCFS

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It is with both a sense of regret and one of excitement that we offer this double issue of Nineteenth-Century French Studies. The regret is very real and stems from the "simple" reason that founding Editor, T. H. Goetz has decided to retire from the journal after 28 years of irreplaceable service to the profession. His unwavering generosity, impartiality, and scrupulous attention to detail will be missed greatly. (Happily, Professor Goetz has consented not to disappear altogether and has written two book reviews for the present issue.)

The excitement for the new Editors of NCFS comes from our looking forward to productive innovation. The most important and immediate change is the involvement of the NU Press as the journal's publisher. The Press has established itself as a leader in the dissemination of scholarship pertaining to French studies and also in the publication of original works of contemporary French literature. The relationship beween NCFS and the NU Press has already proven extraordinarily fruitful in the areas of design, production, advertising and subscriptions.

A second addition to the quality of the journal is an interactive website. Readers of vol. 28, nos. 1&2 (the issue immediately preceding this one), will recall the complete presentation of the journal's abstracts over the past 28 years. …

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