Academic journal article Civil War History

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Academic journal article Civil War History

Announcements

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Civil War History and the Kent State University Department of History are pleased to announce the creation of a graduate Editorial Assistantship for Civil War History. For well over five decades, Civil War History has served as the preeminent journal for academic scholarship on the American Civil War. Thanks to a unique partnership between Civil War History and the Kent State University Department of History, Editor Lesley Gordon (University of Akron) and Associate Editor Kevin Adams (Kent State University) are seeking applications for a two-year appointment as editorial assistant to Civil War History. The successful applicant must enroll in Kent State University's M.A. program in History, with the expectation that they will finish an M.A. thesis within two years. During the period of appointment, the successful applicant will receive a full fee waiver and a yearly stipend of approximately $9,500. Reappointment for the second year of the editorial assistantship is dependent upon satisfactory evaluation of performance in both coursework and editorial duties.

Process: Interested applicants need to submit a completed application to the History MA program at Kent State University by February 1, 2012. Applicants should fill out both the ordinary graduate application and an application for an assistantship, as candidates who do not secure the editorial assistantship position will enter the general pool of graduate applications and be considered for admission into the M. …

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