Caissa has ceased publication

Dear readers of the journal Caissa, dear friends of the history of chess and other board games,

it is with great regret that I have to announce that Caissa has ceased publication. I would like to thank you for your interest in this journal, for your kind letters, for your helpful comments, and I hope that your have enjoyed Caissa.

 

I would like to express my sincere gratitude to everyone who has contributed to the journal. I have had the pleasure and the privilege to work with some of the greatest experts and authorities in the realm of chess and board game studies. I would like to mention (in alphabetical order):

Prof. Dr. Ingo Althöfer

Peter Anderberg

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Angerstein

Dr. Karen Aydin

Kathrin Baltzer

Herbert Bastian

Eiko Bleicher

Iván Bottlik

Sarah Bröter

Ass.-Prof. Dr. Rainer Buland

Tony Gillam

Prof. Dr. Bernd Gräfrath

Dr. Timothy Harding

Dr. Adrian Harvey

Lisa Hovenbitzer

Dr. Robert Hübner

Bastian Kissing

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Krüger

Prof. Dr. Bernd-Peter Lange

Nicholas Lanier

Stefan Löffler

Christin Lumme

Dr. Peter  J. Monté

Dr. Michael Negele

Dr. Natascha Niemeyer-Wasserer

Dr. Maria Schetelich

Rainer Schmidt

Siegfried Schönle

Georg Schweiger

Henk Smouth

Milan Stojkovic

Raymund Stolze

Dr. Arie van der Stoep

Wim van Mourik

Antonella Ziewacz

 

Finally, I wish all of our readers all the best, and continued interest in the topics we dealt with in Caissa. We hope that you will remain favorably disposed towards chess and board game studies in the future.