Please Volunteer--H-CivWar needs Review and Discussion Editors--Please Volunteer

Dear Subscribers,

H-Net is built around volunteerism from the executive council all the way to your network editors. Without volunteers, H-Net cannot function and not deliver the high-quality material you are used to and enjoy reading. We need you!

H-Minerva is Recruiting New Editors!

The current editors of H-Minerva are seeking new editors to join our team! The network is looking for two or three editors to take on duties and responsibilities on a voluntary basis. Editors mainly moderate discussion posts and general announcements.

We also hope that by expanding our editorial team, editors will be able to develop new content based on their interests, such as blogs, pulling together syllabi and other Teaching and Research Resources, as well as cross-network projects. This type of content makes a network vibrant – and is easier to do the more editors we have!

H-Early-America seeks book review editors

H-Early-America is seeking one or two book review editors to expand the stream of book reviews on H-Early-America.  We will also consider applications from individuals who wish to launch a specific project, such as H-Atlantic's "Atlantic Studies Podcasts of Note" series or a round-up of news related to early American history, for H-Early-America.

Join Our Crew!

Dear H-Asia Members,

If you have ever thought about joining H-Asia's volunteer staff, please consider taking a look at a page we have recently created:

It is also available on our main menu, where it will permanently reside.  It describes the benefits of volunteering with us, our recruitment policies, and some projects that we hope to develop. We will update this page periodically with additional projects and positions. Enjoy!

Join Our Crew! Volunteering with H-Canada

H-Canada is eager to collaborate with scholars in our field of study. If you haven't done so, please take the time to acquaint yourself with our various activities. We are run by an all-volunteer academic editorial team that offers flexible scheduling and opportunities to work collaboratively with people in your field and to design and develop academic projects.

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