Call for Review Editors for H-Albion

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H-Albion, the H-Net network on British and Irish history and one of H-Net's oldest and largest networks, seeks to recruit additional editors to help oversee H-Albion's reviews program under the umbrella of H-Net Reviews.

H-Net Reviews has built a strong reputation for scholarly reviews, taking advantage of the flexibility and speed of online publication while maintaining the highest scholarly standards. It is the largest online archive of professional scholarly reviews, with over 44,000 published reviews since 1993. H-Albion reviews are distributed to over 5,000 network subscribers, 4,100 subscribers of H-Review, and are freely available to all on the H-Net Commons.

Review editors at H-Albion solicit and edit reviews of recently published books in British and Irish history and related fields. H-Net handles all book ordering and mailing, and professional copyeditors on staff proofread every review.

Applicants should indicate the period for which they are most interested in commissioning reviews:

  • History of Ireland (Medieval)
  • History of Ireland (1500 to 1800)
  • Modern Ireland (1800 to present)
  • Britain (medieval-1540)
  • Modern Britain (1830- present)
  • British Empire since 1800

Qualifications: Graduate degree or equivalent in any area of British or Irish history or related field. Review editors receive a brief training to use the online reviews management system and serve for two-year renewable terms. All editors must be certified by the H-Net Council. Learn more about the qualities of review editors here.

For more information or to apply, please contact the Managing Editor of H-Net Reviews, Yelena Kalinsky: