Call for proposals or manuscripts, JHU Press series, Witness to History
Proposals and Manuscripts Sought
The Johns Hopkins University Press is seeking authors for its new series, Witness to History. Books in the series will be brief (in the range of 75,000 words), evocative accounts of signal events in American history–those representing an age or changing the course of history. These volumes–emphasizing narrative, including dialogue and detailed descriptions, while embedding explanation into the story–will bring the past to life and kindle an appreciation of history as stories with meanings in a format suitable for undergraduate course adoptions.
Inquiries about the series are also welcome.
Peter Hoffer University of Georgia Department of History email@example.com, Robert Brugger, editor, Johns Hopkins University Press firstname.lastname@example.org, Williamjames Hoffer, Department of History, Seton Hall University, email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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