1 May
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Episcopal Women’s History Project Joins The Historiographer

The National Episcopal Historians and Archivists (NEHA) and the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church (HSEC) welcome the Episcopal Women’s History Project (EWHP) as a joint publisher of The Historiographer. EWHP joins NEHA and the HSEC in working together to distribute a quarterly publication to promote preserving of church records and writing of parochial and diocesan history in the Episcopal Church.

The Historiographer provides feature-focused content including biographical sketches on important church figures, historical sketches of churches, reports of church or diocesan archival committee activities, helpful “how-to” articles, and now promotion and reports of EWHP / NEHA / HSEC projects, activities and meetings. This joint publication will now reach a circulation of over 1,100. It is provided to members of all three organizations, bishops and diocesan offices across the globe.

Members and non-members are encouraged to submit material for publication in the form of brief “snippets” of a few paragraphs or feature-length articles for publication. Learn more about submission guidelines at episcopalhistorians.org/historiographer.

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