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OAH Revises Standards for Contingent Employment of History Faculty

Thanks to Ann D. Gordon’s suggestions, the Organization of American Historians Committee on Part-Time, Adjunct, and Contingent Employment revised its standards to include non-teaching positions, such as editing. These changes were recently approved by the OAH Council and will appear … Continue reading

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Louis Gallo’s Recent Poster Session

From the Review comes coverage of a poster from the ADE’s recent meeting in Ann Arbor: “Louis Gallo enjoys the look, feel and smell of history. “An American Studies graduate student at Youngstown State University, Gallo, 26, formerly of Chester, … Continue reading

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Society for Textual Scholarship – Call for Papers

The Society for Textual Scholarship announces a call for papers for its International Interdisciplinary Conference, to be held  March 20-22, 2014, at the University of Washington, Seattle. Titled,  “Textual Scholarship Across the Disciplines,” the Program Chairs are Jeffrey Todd Knight … Continue reading

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Call for Content: ADE E-Newsletter

Do you know of an event, conference, work shop, website, news item, or publication that would be of interest to your fellow editors? Do you have an idea for a short article on some facet of editing or an intriguing … Continue reading

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Jobs: Editorial and Technical Specialist, XML/metadata, University of Virginia Press

The University of Virginia Press seeks to hire an Editorial and Technical Specialist within our Rotunda division (, which publishes peer-reviewed born-digital scholarly works. The incumbent in this position will be working primarily on SAH Archipedia (, an ongoing reference … Continue reading

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Jefferson Papers Celebrates 70th Anniversary

Portrait of Jefferson by Rembrandt Peale (1800) The Princeton Packet reports on the 70th anniversary of the Thomas Jefferson Papers  at Princeton University, “[t]he project, funded through a public-private partnership, has photocopies of some 68,468 original documents that are used … Continue reading

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Job: Associate Editor, Mark Twain Papers, University of California, Berkeley

Departmental Overview Located in the midst of the Mark Twain Papers in The Bancroft Library, the Mark Twain Project is editing and publishing a comprehensive scholarly edition of Mark Twain’s writings, including all of his letters, notebooks, and unpublished manuscripts, … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln’s Missing Math Homework Found!

Read about how math teachers at the Illinois State University were able to rejoin a loose page of young Abraham Lincoln’s math problems with ten other surviving pages, in a post by ISU’s Media Relations. From the post: “The discovery … Continue reading

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Publication of the Founders Online Announced.

From the White House Blog: What was the original intent behind the Constitution and other documents that helped shape the nation? What did the Founders of our country have to say? Those questions persist in the political debates and discussions … Continue reading

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Publications Editor, U.S. Grant Papers

Assistant Editor of the U.S. Grant Papers Project Position Description Position Title: Publications Editor Number of Positions: 1 Area of Specialization: ONE-YEAR APPOINTMENT as Assistant Editor of the U.S. Grant Papers Project (July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014) Department: … Continue reading

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