The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies (JCAS) seeks book reviewers who are looking to engage with the professional literature. Below is a list of books currently available for review. Sign up by Monday, January 20!
1. Afterlives of Indigenous Archives, edited by Ivy Schweitzer and Gordon Henry
2. Do Archives Have Value?, edited by Michael Moss and David Thomas
3. Leading and Managing Archives and Manuscripts Programs, edited by Peter Gottlieb and David W. Carmichael
4. Archival Values: Essays in Honor of Mark A. Greene, edited by Christine Weideman and Mary A. Caldera
If you would like to cover one of these titles, please email the journal at email@example.com and include [Book Reviews] in the subject line of your message. Please note in your response 1.) your affiliation and preferred email address 2.) if your subject background or expertise matches the subject matter of the book, and 3.) your preferred mailing address for review copies.
For more information about being a book reviewer for JCAS, visit: elischolar.library.yale.edu/jcas/bookreview.html
Book Review Editor, JCAS