H-NC seeks to serve North Carolina’s diverse history communities by encouraging interaction and providing an outlet for the exchange of ideas.

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Call for new editors

The current editors of H-NC, two of whom have served in the role since 2007, would like to ask for volunteers to take over as editors of H-NC.   We hope that there are a few of you out there who would be willing to take on the light tasks associated with serving as editors and possibly even put in the extra effort to make H-NC a more active group.  We have been without a book review editor for years, so that role is not as critical, but it would also be appreciated, I am sure.

Upcoming Interview: Transforming Academic Work Into “Brainy Non-Fiction”

We want to invite you to our upcoming interview on writing an academic book with popular appeal. Scholars such as Yuval Noah Harari and Jordan Peterson have broken barriers by transforming their academic works into compelling books that appeal to a large audience. How did they succeed in doing so?

Join senior editors Heather Gold of Yale University Press, Michael Watson of Cambridge University Press, and Richard Baggaley of Mcgill-Queen's University Press for a discussion on how to position your manuscript to shape public debate.

Together, we will explore: