Seeking Book Reviewers for H-Labor

Caroline Waldron Merithew's picture

Call for Reviewers!

We're looking to re-launch H-Labor's book review series.

We'd like to do single book and film reviews as well as host roundtable discussions on current publications in labor and working calss history.

H-Net Reviews, an online scholarly review resource since 1993, offer several advantages to conventional journal reviews. As an online, barrier-less resource, your review will reach other readers quickly, be posted on our general listserv and be retrievable online without any form of pay-wall. We have no set limits of length, and your review will be rigorously proofread.

If you are interested in joining the conversation, either in the capacity of book reviewer or online roundtable discussant, please get in touch, even if you have already indicated your reviewing interests in your H-Net profile, by sending a CV, a brief bio, and a list of your thematic interests to cmerithew1@udayton.edu or tcastillo@coastal.edu

Note that while H-Labor cannot accept offers to review specific books, we'd be interested in themes or issues H-labor members would like to address here.

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Caroline