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General Editors’ Preface

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 April 2021

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The years 2020–2021 mark a significant change at Arthurian Literature: after a decade under the editorial00201aegis of Elizabeth Archibald and David F. Johnson, the journal is changing editors. This, the 36th volume, is the first to appear under the editorship of Megan G. Leitch, Cardiff University, and K. S. Whetter, Acadia University, Nova Scotia. The new editors gratefully acknowledge the accomplishments of our predecessors, and especially our immediate predecessors, Professors Archibald and Johnson, and look forward to working with our contributors to maintain the journal's high standards.

This volume also constitutes one of the journal's special thematic issues, in this case on the theme of space and place in Arthurian literature, a topic proposed by Sarah Bowden, Susanne Friede and Andreas Hammer; accordingly, two of these guest editors also co-authored the Introduction to the volume's contents. Our thanks to the guest editors and their contributors for bringing this thematic issue to the journal.

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Arthurian Literature XXXVI
Sacred Space and Place in Arthurian Romance
, pp. vii - viii
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
Print publication year: 2021

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