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We would like to acknowledge the hard work that went into making this volume. The idea arose out of a roundtable with academics and Protestant editors hosted at the Johannes Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany. The event was organized by Anja-Maria Bassimir and Oliver Scheiding as part of our research on religious periodicals. The roundtable was organized as extension of our research project “Enterprising Evangelicalism: Distinction and Inclusion in Contemporary American Religious Periodicals,” part of the research group 1939 “UnDoing Differences: Practices of Human Differentiation,” funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Thank you so much to the editors who willingly shared their work practice with us: Jerzy Below (Zwiastun Ewangelicki), Felicia Ferreira (Dagen), Mark Galli (Christianity Today), Christoph Irion (pro), Rüdiger Jope (Movo), Eva Jóźwiak (Jednota), and Mark Woods (Christian Today). When Brill expressed interest in publishing a volume on Protestant periodicals as part of the Studies in Periodical Cultures Series, Stefan Gelfgren came on board as co-editor. In long conversations, Anja-Maria and Stefan structured and restructured the volume and recruited additional contributors. In a very cooperative, collegial, and productive manner, we shared responsibilities, organized the process, and revised the volume. Thank you to our contributors who submitted to our requests for clarifications and graciously worked with us to improve the manuscript. Many thanks to Brill’s external review and the suggestions and improvements that came out of it. A very special thanks also to our student helper, Carina Stein, who worked alongside us, keeping track of the latest manuscript revisions, homogenizing grammar and spelling of the contributions, copy-editing the final version, and single-handedly creating the index.

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Protestant Periodicals in Transition

From the Twentieth Century to the Digital Age

Series:  Studies in Periodical Cultures, Volume: 4


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