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Editor’s Page An Extended Journal Volume 35 marks a series of transitions for the Journal. Editors David Waldstreicher and Jonathan Wells have left Temple University and the editorship of the JER to pursue new opportunities at CUNY Grad School and the University of Michigan, respectively. At the same time, Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg have relinquished their roles as co-editors of Reviews, the better to take advantage of sabbaticals, fellowships, and unencumbered writing time. The JER offices have moved from Temple University to the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Longtime Managing Editor Kate Tyler Wall continues to hold down the fort and herd the cats in the City of Brotherly Love, but the rest of the editorial staff is now spread out over a republic even more extended than James Madison could have imagined. Sean Harvey and Lucia McMahon, hailing from points along the New Jersey Turnpike, have taken the reins of the Reviews section. From Richmond, Virginia, Carolyn Eastman is launching a new, annual feature to survey the state of the field(s). (More on that in issues to come.) And the editorship has moved to southern plains and the University of Oklahoma. None of these changes would have been possible http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Early Republic University of Pennsylvania Press

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Journal of the Early Republic , Volume 35 (1) – Feb 19, 2015

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Abstract

An Extended Journal Volume 35 marks a series of transitions for the Journal. Editors David Waldstreicher and Jonathan Wells have left Temple University and the editorship of the JER to pursue new opportunities at CUNY Grad School and the University of Michigan, respectively. At the same time, Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg have relinquished their roles as co-editors of Reviews, the better to take advantage of sabbaticals, fellowships, and unencumbered writing time. The JER offices have moved from Temple University to the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Longtime Managing Editor Kate Tyler Wall continues to hold down the fort and herd the cats in the City of Brotherly Love, but the rest of the editorial staff is now spread out over a republic even more extended than James Madison could have imagined. Sean Harvey and Lucia McMahon, hailing from points along the New Jersey Turnpike, have taken the reins of the Reviews section. From Richmond, Virginia, Carolyn Eastman is launching a new, annual feature to survey the state of the field(s). (More on that in issues to come.) And the editorship has moved to southern plains and the University of Oklahoma. None of these changes would have been possible

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Published: Feb 19, 2015

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