Re: H-Early-America welcomes a new network editor

Thank you for the introduction, Darcy and Joe! I am thrilled to join H-Early-America as a network editor, and I shall do my utmost to advance the collective spirit of this network. As Darcy and Joe mentioned, my research interests are quite broad, but my scholarly anchor is Native North America. I practice ethnohistory to uncover the ways in which Native people in the early American South conceptualized and wielded political power during periods of intense colonial change.

H-Early-America welcomes a new network editor

Last week, I introduced our two new book review editors.  This week, H-Early-America welcomes a new network editor.  Steven Peach, Assistant Professor of History at Tarleton State University, has deep roots in early American history and a strong interest in the early republic and antebellum eras as well.  His research explores Indian ethnohistory and political leadership in the American South.  Going forward, Steven will be preparing quarterly round-ups on the state of the field for H-Early-America.  Welcome, Steven!

Re: H-Early-America welcomes new book review editors

Thank you, Darcy and Joe, for your introduction. Like Patrick, I am excited to be joining the H-Early-America team.

As Darcy and Joe mentioned, my teaching and research interests are fairly diverse, spanning early America, the British Empire, and the Atlantic world in the seventeenth through early nineteenth centuries. As with many members of the network, teaching this past year has meant developing new technological skillsets, rethinking how to engage students, and negotiating the accessibility of digital resources (both for teaching and research).

H-Early-America welcomes new book review editors

As 2021 begins, the H-Early-America team welcomes two new book review editors.  Troy Bickham, a Professor of History at Texas A&M University, has a trans-Atlantic perspective on early America and the wider Atlantic world, as well as extensive experience as an author, editor, and reviewer.

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-Early-America seeks new editors

H-Early-America is seeking 2-3 new editors to work with the current editorial team to expand the network's reach and activities.  We are particularly interested in hiring (1) an editor to compile a biweekly or monthly round-up of significant news items, journalism, and blog posts related to early American history; and (2) a second book review editor to work with the current book review editor to expand the stream of book reviews on H-Early-America.  We also welcome proposals for other ongoing projects.  

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