Academic journal article The Geographical Bulletin

A Note from the (Past) Editor

Academic journal article The Geographical Bulletin

A Note from the (Past) Editor

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The previous issue of The Geographical Bulletin, the special issue on Star Trek and geography, was my last as editor. I hope you enjoyed it - it was probably my favorite issue in my dozen years as editor. I had an opportunity to take on the editorship of the Journal of Cultural Geography, and it was an opportunity that was too good to pass up. I want to thank Gamma Theta Upsilon and all the various people who have served on the Executive Committee for placing their trust in me over the course of the past twelve years. A lot of things have changed at The Geographical Bulletin over that time. When I started in 2005, authors still had to submit all their articles in triplicate, on paper, by post! Now, the submission, editorial, and review process is entirely digital. The journal also only existed in paper form. Today, the entire 47-year archive of past issues is available online, and the journal now can be accessed through numerous online databases, including EBSCO and ProQuest - it has never been more accessible to a wide readership. But other things haven't changed. …

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