This Issue of JAPAS: Ground-Breaking Research, Wisconsin v. Yoder’s 50th, and the New Plain People Book Review Panel: With this issue, JAPAS is now 10 years old, a full decade of providing quality scholarship and opportunities to publish Amish and plain Anabaptist studies-focused research. Fittingly, this JAPAS is—by word count—the largest issue yet. Given this 10-year milestone, I want to use this editorial space to recall some of JAPAS’s development, in essay style, sharing some of my outlooks, opinions, and personal experiences. But first: an introduction to this issue’s extremely varied contents. [First paragraph.]
Anderson, Cory. 2022. "Ten Years of the Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies: An Editor’s Reflections on a Social Movement in Academia." Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies 10(1):vii-xxii.