Public Affairs Quarterly has taken a variety of steps in recent years to increase the diversity of voices represented in its pages. As it concludes a transition from the current Editor to a new one, the journal would like to affirm that it remains committed to improving in this respect. Inquiries about potential submissions are always welcome and should be directed to the incoming Editor, David Boonin, at email@example.com.
Rebecca Kukla (Georgetown University), Current Editor David Boonin (University of Colorado), Incoming Editor
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