H-Atlantic: Call for Editors

Dear H-Early-America Members,

The editorial team at H-Atlantic is excited to share two wonderful professional opportunities.

First, we are seeking a few energetic individuals to serve as editors here at H-Atlantic. Editors for H-Atlantic manage and moderate listserve discussions, as well as have the opportunity to grow the platform by soliciting contributions ranging from syllabi to blog posts to updates about new research in the field. Editors work as part of a supportive and collaborative editorial team.

Call for H-USA Editors and H-USA Book Review Editors

Dear H-USA Members,

We here at H-USA are excited to share some wonderful professional opportunities with interested scholars. 
H-USA is looking for network editors and book review editors to help shape the future of H-USA. 
If you are interested, please send a copy of a short cv and statement of interest to: editorial-usa@mail.h-net.msu.edu

Very best wishes,
Donna Sinclair
editor, H-USA
book reviews editor, H-USA

Call for Review Editors and Reviewers in Russian, Eurasian, or Soviet History / Studies

The editors of H-Russia invite applications to join the H-Russia editorial board as review editors under the umbrella of H-Net Reviews.

H-Net Reviews has been publishing online scholarly reviews since 1993, taking advantage of the speed and flexibility of the online format while maintaining the highest scholarly standards, with over 44,000 reviews in the archive to date.

Call for Review Editors to Join H-Italy Reviews Team

Dear H-Italy Subscribers,

To follow on David Prior's call for network editors, I would like to invite interested subscribers to join H-Italy's reviews team.

H-Italy has been publishing reviews of books in Italian history and culture under the umbrella of H-Net Reviews since 1994. Review editors covering the areas of Medieval/Byzantine, Renaissance, and Early Modern Italy recently stepped down, and qualified candidates are invited to apply.

Call for Book Review Editors

H-Women is looking for 2-3 book review editors with expertise in U.S., Latin American, Asian, or African women’s history. H-Women reviews are published on the H-Net Reviews network, which is the largest online archive of professional scholarly reviews, with over 42,000 published reviews since 1993. H-Women reviews are distributed to 7,000+ network subscribers, 4,200+ subscribers of H-Net Reviews, and made freely available to all on the H-Net Commons.

 

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