This episode is one of an occasional series where Yelena and Robert speak with H-Net's copyeditors Charlotte Weber and Basia Nowak about the nuts and bolts of reviewing at H-Net. In this installment, we discuss the use of citations in scholarly book reviews, which Charlotte and Basia explain are usually kept to a minimum. One exception to this rule is a historiographical review essay, such as the one mentioned during the conversation. That review was:
- Brian Cowan. Review of Tyacke, Nicholas, ed., The English Revolution c. 1590-1720: Politics, Religion and Communities. H-Albion, H-Net Reviews. July, 2015.
- Link on the Commons.
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