Hellos and Goodbyes Greetings from Philadelphia, where we have successfully migrated to the role of editors proper of the JER. Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg of Louisiana State University have taken over the book review section. The great number of our readers who are familiar with their scholarship and their book reviews--and their recent crossover pieces for Salon.com--will know how fortunate we are to have such an accomplished and well-read team for this integral part of the journal. This year will inaugurate a small but significant expansion of the number of pages in the journal, which we expect will allow us to expand the editors' pages to an article length feature. No, just kidding--wanted to see if you were paying attention! Rather, we expect to print several more articles per year--something that will be helpful because the number and quality of submissions continues to rise. We also hope to publish more historiographical pieces, review essays, and perhaps shorter research notes as opportunities and inspiration allow. We salute our colleague Susan Klepp upon her retirement for her outstanding service to the field in editing the journal for three years (and bringing the JER to Temple University). Susan concluded her
Journal of the Early Republic – University of Pennsylvania Press
Published: Feb 6, 2013
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