Associate Editor: Dr. Kate Culkin earned a Certificate
in Archival Management and Historical Editing from New York University
and was a fellow at the 1998 National Historical Publications
and Records Commission's Editing Institute. She wrote her dissertation
on the 19th-century sculptor Harriet Hosmer. Dr. Culkin has previously
worked at the Margaret Sanger Papers and as the project archivist
on the Stuart Culin Papers at the Brooklyn Museum. She can be reached at email@example.com
Advisory Editor: Dr. Joseph M. Thomas is Associate Dean at Caldwell College, author of
articles on the period and on editorial practice, and past consultant
the Modern Language Association's Committee on Scholarly Editing and
Library of America. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Research Assistant: Scott Korb holds an MA in Theology from Union Theological Seminary and an MA in English from Columbia University. He was recently an intern at the NHPRC-sponsored 32nd Annual Institute for the Editing of Historical Documents. His current focus at the HJ Papers is Jacobs's early life in Edenton, NC, and her relief work in Alexandria, Virginia during the Civil War. E-mail Scott at email@example.com.See www.ajprint.net for information about the American Journal of Print, edited by Scott Korb and M. Ryan Purdy.
Research Assistant: LaShawn Harris is a Ph.D. candidate in American History at Howard University. Her dissertation is entitled "Beyond Respectability: The Remaking of Black Women's Activism, 1900-1950."