USHMM EDITOR SEARCH: Holocaust and Genocide Studies Journal

The United States Holocaust Museum is seeking an editor or editorial team for our highly respected journal Holocaust and Genocide Studies. We welcome applications from scholars across the Humanities and Social Sciences with expertise in Holocaust and genocide studies. The application process will be launched later this month.  In the meantime, please contact Laura Foster (lfoster@ushmm.org) if you are interested in learning more about the editorship.

Editor Search: Holocaust and Genocide Studies Journal

The United States Holocaust Museum is seeking an editor or editorial team for our highly respected journal Holocaust and Genocide Studies. We welcome applications from scholars across the Humanities and Social Sciences with expertise in Holocaust and genocide studies. The application process will be launched later this month.  In the meantime, please contact Laura Foster (lfoster@ushmm.org) if you are interested in learning more about the editorship.

Reminder: 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.

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.

H-Atlantic Call for Editors

H-Atlantic is seeking several new editors to join our team!

Our network is managed by an enthusiastic group of volunteer scholars, always looking to reflect the newest ideas and conversations in Atlantic Studies. The time commitment is flexible, and serving as an editor offers the exciting opportunity to collaborate with scholars across the field -- be it encouraging dialogues on teaching, research and writing in our announcements or designing and developing new digital projects.

H-Slavery is Recruiting

Dear H-Slavery Subscribers, 

Especially in light of the recent protests over racist attacks against African Americans, H-Slavery would like to expand its all-volunteer editorial team to deepen its coverage of issues of racial inequality and social justice in the post-emancipation United States and/or in transatlantic context. We'd welcome scholars focused on massive resistance, reparations, the Jim Crow era, segregation and desegregation, the civil rights movement, and related topics. Below, we identify some possible editorial positions and outline a brief application process. 

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