Coming Back to Where You Started is Not the Same as Never Leaving
Editorial, Volume 11, Part 1
Keywords:editorial, anniversary, history, call for papers, celebration
This is the editorial for the 26th, and 10th anniversary, issue of Exchanges. The editorial offers an introduction to the content in the issue, alongside highlighting ways in which people can interact and contribute to future issues. The major focus of the editorial is a relatively brief overview of the past ten years of the journal and its developmental journey. The articles also includes information on the Editorial Board and ways to contact the Editor-in-Chief.
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