Philippe Viallon


This issue of SComS will be among the last to appear using the model inherited from the fusion of Medienwissenschaft and the former SComS. The current SComS was produced by a team of four editors supported by a secretarial office, responsible for managing all requisite tasks related to the journal's production, including responding to article submissions, creating an online archive of previously published issues, and overseeing the print and distribution. While yielding excellent results, this approach nonetheless required an enormous amount of work and led to difficulty in finding qualified multicultural reviewers. Our dedication to providing you, the reader, with a body of multicultural research produced in four languages, is often if not always the result of long hours of work and many compromises on behalf of the editors, hammered out in emails, telephone calls, and meetings.   



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