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A Note from the Editor

A Note from the Editor The September 2019 issue is my last as editor of the Journal of the Civil War Era. I was fortunate to have been part of the editorial team at JCWE since the inaugural issue in 2011, and I am proud of the work we have done to expand the reach and enrich the scholarship in the field. In that time, I have been fortunate to work with associate editors, Anthony Kaye, Aaron Sheehan-Dean, Kate Masur, and Greg Downs, and our current team, which includes Kristen Epps, Luke Harlow, Rachel Shelden, and Stacey Smith. I am pleased and grateful to be leaving the journal in such capable hands. In the past few years, we have worked to bring JCWE into the digital age, designing a new website and adding many new access points to journal scholarship through features on Muster and via an active social media presence—these have the added benefit of allowing us to interest and involve scholars at various stages of their careers. Special issues on Reconstruction and abolitionism have helped us to establish our claim to be covering an “era,” and nearly every issue includes the work of scholars who ten years ago would not have considered http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of the Civil War Era University of North Carolina Press

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University of North Carolina Press
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Abstract

The September 2019 issue is my last as editor of the Journal of the Civil War Era. I was fortunate to have been part of the editorial team at JCWE since the inaugural issue in 2011, and I am proud of the work we have done to expand the reach and enrich the scholarship in the field. In that time, I have been fortunate to work with associate editors, Anthony Kaye, Aaron Sheehan-Dean, Kate Masur, and Greg Downs, and our current team, which includes Kristen Epps, Luke Harlow, Rachel Shelden, and Stacey Smith. I am pleased and grateful to be leaving the journal in such capable hands. In the past few years, we have worked to bring JCWE into the digital age, designing a new website and adding many new access points to journal scholarship through features on Muster and via an active social media presence—these have the added benefit of allowing us to interest and involve scholars at various stages of their careers. Special issues on Reconstruction and abolitionism have helped us to establish our claim to be covering an “era,” and nearly every issue includes the work of scholars who ten years ago would not have considered

Journal

The Journal of the Civil War EraUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Sep 3, 2019

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