Last words (for now)
by Kathleen van Schaijik
There were so many things I couldn’t bear to leave unsaid for the whole summer that I invented a new section, called the Editor’s Postscript, which, if the readers think it works, could become an annual feature of the Concourse.
Inspired by Richard John Neuhaus’ Public Square section of the journal First Things, the idea is to allow the editor to make various brief concluding remarks on some of the discussions we’ve held throughout the year, as well as to throw out some new ideas that might stimulate thinking for next year’s discussions.
I hope many of you will write articles over the summer! The more we have the more interesting and fruitful the Concourse will be, and the more frequently it can appear next semester. They need not be long. If you have a worthwhile point to make, and if you can make it in a good spirit, the Concourse is interested.