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  • 2014-02-26 11:36 AM | Veronica Martzahl
    Are you a member of NEA's Roundtable for Early Professionals and Students (REPS) or interested in joining? If so, we're pleased to invite you to our first annual roundtable meeting during the NEA Spring 2014 Meeting in Portsmouth, NH.

    Day: Friday, March 21, 2014
    Time: Noon to 12:45 p.m.
    Place: Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Ballroom (NEA conference site), Portsmouth, NH

    Please bring a lunch (restaurants are nearby!) and join us as we recap a fantastic first year of REPS activities, introduce our new officers, and look forward to an exciting Year 2. All NEA members welcome! Questions? Check out the meeting announcement on the REPS website, and get in touch with the REPS co-chairs at

    We hope to see you in Portsmouth!
  • 2014-02-26 11:23 AM | Veronica Martzahl

    The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies (JCAS) welcomes applications for peer reviewers. The JCAS editorial board will maintain a list with the names and expertise of reviewers who will then be matched to articles as needed. 

    About JCAS

    The journal’s mission is to further awareness of issues and developments in the work of professional archivists, curators, and historians, and serve as a locus for graduate students and professionals in library science, archival science, and public history to contribute original works of research and inquiry for peer review and publication. JCAS publishes research articles, case studies, literature reviews (book, web-based, multimedia), work-in-progress articles, and conference reports that emphasize unique intellectual and technological developments in the archival profession. JCAS is an open-access, online academic journal published via the Berkeley Electronic Press Digital Commons platform.

    About the Peer Review Process

    JCAS follows a double-blind review process so that author and reviewer will remain anonymous to one another. Peer reviewers will focus on the content of the manuscriptundefinedits originality and reasoning, its structure, its tone, and the soundness of its researchundefinedwhile also taking into consideration the quality of the writing. After evaluating an article, peer reviewers will submit a report with publishing recommendations to the editorial board. Reviews must be completed in 21 days.

    If you are interested in serving as a JCAS peer reviewer, please submit a short statement (maximum 150 words) describing your qualifications and area(s) of expertise along with a resume or CV to the JCAS editorial board ( Applicants will be notified via email when they are added to the list of JCAS peer reviewers. Peer reviewers will be contacted as needed and can decline particular assignments whenever a timely completion of a review is not possible.

    New England Archivists
    Communications Committee
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