Academic journal article Journalism History

Editor's Endnote

Academic journal article Journalism History

Editor's Endnote

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Although this page is titled "Endnote," this issue's message is one of beginnings.

I am pleased to announce that Prof. Patrick Washburn of the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, will become editor of Journalism History, effective with Volume 27, Spring 2001.

Pat is a well-published journalism historian whose work on the black press, in particular, has earned him a reputation for thorough and thoughtful scholarship. He has been book review editor for JH since I became editor in 1992, and I have appreciated his careful attention to this important section. One of the greatest boons any editor can have is a conscientious support staff, and I could not ask for anyone better than Pat I know he will be equally committed to ensuring that Journalism History continues to bring readers the best scholarship in the field.

We both want the transition to be as seamless as possible, and in lengthy telephone and face-to-face meetings have discussed how to make it work. For the information of both subscribers and authors, here is our plan.

All NEW manuscript submissions should be sent directly to Pat (see inside front cover for full address).

Authors of all manuscripts already accepted, still in the review process, or for which revision has been encouraged will continue to deal with the present editor. …

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