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A Note from the Founding Coeditors

A Note from the Founding Coeditors A Note from the Founding Coeditors We are thrilled to present to you Pedagog y’s twentieth volume. Back in the late 1990s, it was clear that the need for a journal like this existed, but now twelve thousand pages of scholarship later, how delighted we are that it has thrived. Indeed, we get many more submissions each year than we can publish— a sadness, on the one hand, but also a testimony to the mission of the journal, articulated all the way back in issue 1: to create and nourish more conversa - tion about teaching English in higher education. It has been a rich twenty years. So we want to start this volume with gratitude. Journals take endless amounts of work— mostly done “on the side” of all other responsibilitie— s and a good deal of support. We are thankful to our institutions, Calvin Un-i versity and Central Michigan University, and the team at Duke University Press. We are grateful, too, for the scholarly community that surrounds the journal: our editorial board members through the years, our associate ed-i tors, our authors, all the colleagues who have selflessly served as outside reviewers, and last but certainly not least, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pedagogy Duke University Press

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Copyright © 2020 by Duke University Press
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1531-4200
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1533-6255
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10.1215/15314200-7878919
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A Note from the Founding Coeditors We are thrilled to present to you Pedagog y’s twentieth volume. Back in the late 1990s, it was clear that the need for a journal like this existed, but now twelve thousand pages of scholarship later, how delighted we are that it has thrived. Indeed, we get many more submissions each year than we can publish— a sadness, on the one hand, but also a testimony to the mission of the journal, articulated all the way back in issue 1: to create and nourish more conversa - tion about teaching English in higher education. It has been a rich twenty years. So we want to start this volume with gratitude. Journals take endless amounts of work— mostly done “on the side” of all other responsibilitie— s and a good deal of support. We are thankful to our institutions, Calvin Un-i versity and Central Michigan University, and the team at Duke University Press. We are grateful, too, for the scholarly community that surrounds the journal: our editorial board members through the years, our associate ed-i tors, our authors, all the colleagues who have selflessly served as outside reviewers, and last but certainly not least,

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PedagogyDuke University Press

Published: Jan 1, 2020

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