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H-Net Job Guide--June 9-16, 2014

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University of Cape Town - Senior Lecturer/Lecturer: Anthropology

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Re: June editor's greeting

As a fellow H-Scholar editor, I also urge members, both old and new, to join our discussions.   For those of you who are longtime H-Scholar subscribers but have not "migrated" yet to H-Scholar Commons, have a look at what H-Net tells you to do to create you H-Scholar Commons account.  The directions are simple and easy to follow.  Here's the link:

June editor's greeting


It's already close to halfway through June, and I haven't properly introduced myself as the June editor, but better late than never!

Your stalwart H-Scholar editors are themselves getting used to the new H-Commons platform with unfamiliar posting routines, so I apologize for some formatting weirdness you may've found in the regular announcements, reviews, and job guides during June so far. I hope the basic information is getting through, but tell me if you're having any problems.