The JHistory list is seeking new and veteran book reviewers. I have a large number of interesting new titles on a wide range of subjects available for review. These include traditional journalism history books and some provocative titles on currrent media issues. If you would like to write a review, please send an email to me (JHistory book review editor Rob Rabe, email@example.com ).
If I may introduce myself: I am the new Book Review Editor on H-Rhetor, and I am excited to work with you. I am currently a PhD fellow in the Institute for Writing Studies at St. John's University, focusing on feminist rhetoric and digital feminism.
I'd also like to take this opportunity to solicit book reviewers for H-Rhetor. If anyone is interested in this, please contact me, and we can discuss the opportunity.
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Dear H-Borderlands suscribers,
My name is Ángeles Picone and I am one of the co-editors of the network. I am happy to announce I will also be serving as Review Editor.
You have been receiving our Book Digest that we prepare from the Book Channel. Now, we can write and read reviews about our growing field.
I invite you to either contact me if you are willing to review a book and/or to indicate your interest in your H-Net profile (this is a new feature). Also, please visit the H-Net Reviews if you want to look at other reviews.
The listserv for material culture studies, H-Material-Culture, is
excited to announce the reboot of our book review program. We are
Apologies for any cross-posting.
H-Empire is seeking scholars to add to their database of reviewers. We'd like to hear from candidates in any level of tertiary education as well as independent and established scholars. H-Empire publishes reviews on all aspects of imperial and colonial studies and are interested in hearing from scholars in any field of research encompassed by these themes.
H-ANZAU is pleased to announce the revival of our network's own book reviews program. H-Net Reviews play an increasingly prominent role in academic discussions, taking advantage of the flexibility and relative speed of online publication while maintaining the highest scholarly standards. Under the H-Commons platform, list editors can easily crosspost reviews from other networks, expanding the potential readership for reviews published on our network.