Enfilade

Ding, Ding, Ding, Ding, Ding . . .

Posted in opinion pages, site information by Editor on March 17, 2011

Note from the Editor

Yesterday, Enfilade topped the 100,000 mark! In just over 20 months, there have been 100,062 views for the site (and counting). I realize that by most digital standards (certainly any commercial standards), this is pretty insignificant, but given Enfilade’s focus on serious engagements with eighteenth-century art, architecture, and visual culture, I think it’s immensely exciting. Thanks so much to all of you for reading and for submitting. Our monthly numbers continue to grow, steadily if slowly (February was our best month to date, with over 6,900 views). As a result of seeing how much energy there is for the period — in terms of exhibitions, new publications, and conferences — I’m quite optimistic about the future of eighteenth-century studies.

It’s especially appropriate and gratifying that we would pass this milestone at the start of this year’s ASECS conference in Vancouver. I arrived with my wife and eight-month old daughter earlier today. What a wonderful city! I look forward to catching up with many of you over the next few days. And to everyone else, thanks again for all you’ve done to support HECAA and Enfilade.

best,
Craig Hanson, editor

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  1. Janet said, on March 21, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    What a milestone! Congrats!!!

  2. Editor said, on March 21, 2011 at 6:06 pm

    Thanks, Janet! I was, incidentally, green with envy over your recent trip to England and the day spent with Emile de Bruijn at Ham House — how nice when a virtual connection materializes in a real outings and in such a wonderful setting! Thanks again, -Craig


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