Academic journal article Marvels & Tales

From the Editors

Academic journal article Marvels & Tales

From the Editors

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With this special issue of Marvels & Tales honoring the work of Donald Haase, we are also ushering in the new editorial team of Cristina Bacchilega and Anne E. Duggan (Co-Editors), Jennifer Orme (Review Editor), and Helen Callow (Editorial Assistant).

It seems appropriate to us, Anne and Cristina, as co-editors to begin with an issue dedicated to Donald Haase, who-following the journal's forwardlooking and determined founding editor, Jacques Barchilón-worked both tirelessly and imaginatively to bring Marvels & Tales to the next level. The fact that Haase has shaped M&T into a highly respected and internationally recognized journal in the area of fairy-tale and folktale studies ensures that we did not use a cliché in the previous sentence but made a truthful claim that we and you as our readers can attest to.

Don Haase, who has also created and developed the Series in Fairy-Tale Studies at Wayne State University Press, became M&Ts editor in 1997. Haase's editorial finesse and creativity moved the journal into new areas, most notably with respect to traditions outside Western Europe with special issues on The Arabian Nights and most recently Japanese tales (27. …

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