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Letter from the Editors

The Editorial Board


Dear Reader,


Spring has sprung, and with it the publication of Issue 11, which is full of fascinating articles to enjoy. Our call for pitches on the theme of space and place brought a phenomenal record-breaking number of submissions, continuing our record-breaking run from Issue 10!


Delve deep into the mysterious underground world of the Natural Bridge Caverns, as Brad Wuest discusses how efforts to preserve a unique natural environment have uncovered intriguing palaeontological and archaeological material. Experience the thrill and glamour of playing at the casino tables of nineteenth-and-twentieth century Monte Carlo with Paul Franke, and join Julie Heslop in tracing the lines of history across the landscape of our very own Lancaster University. Issue 11 has plenty of wonderous spaces and places to explore!


EPOCH is delighted to welcome two new members to the Editorial Board, who joined our team in the winter of 2022. Alex Rome Griffin will ensure our expertise in the distant past as Antiquity and Archaeology Editor; whilst Will Garbett will keep us up to date as our new Modern Editor. Their specialisms will continue our work to support interdisciplinary historical research.


We would also like to express our profound gratitude to Sam Hollins, who is stepping back from his position as Coordinating Editor. His invaluable leadership and hard work were essential to EPOCH’s continued growth. We are delighted that he will continue as our International History Editor.


Sincerely,


The Editorial Board

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