Joseph Farell on Becoming a Journal Editor

Joseph Farell, American Journal of Philology

As the American Journal of Philology wraps up its 140th year of publishing, a new name stands at the top of the masthead. Joseph Farrell from the University of Pennsylvania took over as Editor earlier this year. He joined us on our podcast to talk about the transition as well as the critical issues facing the journal right now.

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