Brian Cox and Tony Dyson established Critical Survey in 1962. Over its
long history, the journal has never before published four issues within
a single year. This initiative, it should be stressed, will not be a one-off
event; rather it marks a strategic milestone, a precedent signalling
that from now on four issues per year will be the journal’s default
publication protocol. The main reason for this change is to facilitate
‘widening access’ and greater ‘diversity’. Given that both of these terms
have, however, become deracinated, let us make clear what they mean
in the context of Critical Survey’s vision, history, operations and future.
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