H-Democracy Project Proposals

H-Democracy welcomes subscribers—including scholars, teachers, public academics, independent scholars, and scholarly organizations and societies—to propose projects to our network. We offer many advantages to academics looking for a venue for scholarly communication and production. Our network rests on a versatile online platform, the H-Net Commons, intended for academic use in line with best practices.

We can host blog series, image libraries, podcasts, photo essays, timelines, GIS-indexed maps, and more. Our parent non-profit, H-Net, does not charge fees, sell user data, or circulate spam. Our network is run by an all-volunteer editorial team that combines regular collaboration with flexible scheduling and the ability to work independently. All of our content is subject to editorial oversight, is published on an open-access model, and circulates directly to our subscribers using email notifications.

Interested parties should feel welcomed to contact us at bill@billbrantley.com for a friendly conversation. Scholars may also proceed directly to proposing, in roughly 250 words, to tackle a discrete project. In such proposals, please make sure to indicate a timeline and a pragmatic appraisal of how you and/or your team will complete the project. Please include a C.V. with your proposal.