H-Judaic: Seeking New Editor - deadline extended.

H-Judaic is looking for a new editor!  The position involves vetting, editing, processing announcements sent to the list,  managing subscriptions, and coordinating with the H-net staff to manage the website content.  H-Net will provide training.  The editor works closely with the other editor, the chair of the H-Judaic board and the book review editor.

H-Judaic Seeking New Editor

H-Judaic is looking for a new editor!  The position involves vetting, editing, processing announcements sent to the list,  managing subscriptions, and coordinating with the H-net staff to manage the website content.  H-Net will provide training.  The editor works closely with the other editor, the chair of the H-Judaic board and the book review editor. Although unpaid, the position provides access to reviews, announcements, and other postings relevant to a variety of fields and disciplines, and makes one known in the profession.

H-Judaic

H-Judaic is the world's only on-line network devoted to on-going research and current events in academic Jewish Studies, including professional opportunities. H-Judaic’s new network format also offers opportunities for digital collaboration utilizing built in platforms and multiple forms of media.

H-Judaic Is Seeking New Book Review Editor

H-Judaic is seeking a new book review editor.

 

The position involves soliciting reviewers, editing reviews, corresponding with authors or publishers seeking to have materials reviewed. Review editors must have strong field qualifications in Jewish Studies, and must be regularly available by email. Reviews will go through H-Net's online Reviews Management System. H-Net will provide training in the use of the review management system and basic H-Net Commons editing.

 

The Art of the Review - Episode 4 Quotes

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This episode dispenses some straightforward advice about the use of quotes in reviews. Robert speaks with H-Net copyeditors Charlotte Weber and Basia Nowak about some dos and don'ts of using quotations in reviews.


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