JCAS Call for Book Reviewers

The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies (JCAS) is looking for book reviewers for the following titles. Please note that some are digital only and you must have a way to access e-books. If you’re interested, please email us at email.jcas@gmail.com by April 3. In your email, please include 1) a brief description of your professional interests 2) which title you’d like to review and why 3) your preferred mailing address for review copies. Please also include [Book Reviews] in the subject line. You can find the reviewer guidelines at our website: elischolar.library.yale.edu/jcas/bookreview.html

  • Fundraising for Impact in Libraries, Archives, and Museums: Making the Case to Government, Foundation, Corporate, and Individual Funders by Kathryn K. Matthew (e-book only)
  • Museum Archives: Issues, Practice, Advocacy edited by Rachel Chatalbash, Susan Hernandez, and Megan Schwenke
  • Disputed Archival Heritage edited by James Lowry (e-book only)
  • Residencies Revisited: Reflections on Library Residency Programs from the Past and Present edited by Preethi Gorecki and Arielle Petrovich
  • Bitstreams: The Future of Digital Library Heritage by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum

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