Six years ago, I became editor of Projections, succeeding Ira Konigsberg, who
had conceived of this journal and launched it with Berghahn as publisher.
Projections was then and remains now a unique journal, conjoining work
on cinema from a diverse range of disciplines addressing the cognitive and
emotional areas where movies meet viewers. These six years have gone by
very fast, and the current issue will be my last one as editor. I have greatly enjoyed
serving the journal and helping to shepherd new works into print. Now,
though, it is time to ride on. Berghahn is a wonderful publisher with whom to
work, and my coeditors—Todd Berliner, Ted Nannicelli, and Carl Plantinga—
helped to make producing the journal a very rewarding experience. Ted will be
assuming the post of editor with the next issue, and I know that he will do a
fi ne job. I am grateful to all with whom I have worked and to whom I extend a
hearty “thank you.”
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