ANN: New Book Review Editor for H-Africa

Prinisha Badassy's picture

Dear colleagues,

On behaf of the H-Africa editorial collective, it is our pleasure to introduce to you all our new Book Reviews Editor, Dima Hurlbut.

Dima Hurlbut is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Boston University. His research focuses on religious encounters in Sub-Saharan Africa, particularly religious conversion and the expansion of American mission churches in the postcolonial period, and has been supported by an external fellowship from the Tanner Humanities Center at the University of Utah (2018-2019). His scholarship has appeared in the International Journal of African Historical Studies (2018) and the Journal of Mormon History (forthcoming). In addition to his new role at H-Africa, Hurlbut currently serves as the managing editor of the African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review. He is also the co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Workshop on African History. 

Please join me in warmly welcoming to the team.

If you would like to peruse some of the books available for review or if you would like to submit your book for review, further information can be found here:

For correspondence with Dima Hurlbut: