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BTS w/OHS: How an Idea Becomes an OHQ Article
If you have ever wondered how a question about the past become a published article in the Oregon Historical Quarterly, this program is for you. The Quarterly’s editorial team will provide an overview the process we use to work with authors to develop their manuscripts, respond to peer-reviewers’ recommendations, make copy-editing suggestions, conduct fact-checking, choose images and lay out pages, and finalize the issue for publication. We will also review the types of articles published in the journal and the role of the OHQ Editorial Advisory Board. Questions will be encouraged!

Aug 11, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Erin Brasell
Editorial, Design & Production Manager for OHQ @Oregon Historical Society
Erin E. Brasell is Editorial, Design, and Production Manager for the Oregon Historical Quarterly and Managing Editor of the OHS blog, Dear Oregon. She holds a BS in architectural studies from Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science and an MA in American Studies, with a focus in architectural history and historic preservation, from George Washington University.
Helen Ryan
Rose Tucker Fellow and Editorial Assistant for the OHQ @Oregon Historical Society
Helen Ryan is the current Rose Tucker Fellow and Editorial Assistant for the Oregon Historical Quarterly. Ryan has a BA in History from CSU Chico, and is pursuing a Master’s degree in Public History at Portland State University with a focus on labor and housing history.
Eliza Canty-Jones
Editor - OHQ @Oregon Historical Society
Eliza E. Canty-Jones is Editor of the Oregon Historical Quarterly and Director of Community Engagement at the Oregon Historical Society. She holds a BA in English literature from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and an MA in Pacific Northwest history, with a public history focus, from Portland State University.