The Michigan Journal of History is a respected publication, with a highly skilled and specially selected editorial staff. Staff should bring a passion for history, an enthusiasm for writing and the desire to create a strong collaborative work environment.
The editorial staff is made up of an executive board and a group of associate editors. The editor-in-chief, managing editor, and senior editors comprise the executive board. To apply for a position on the executive board one must have been an associate editor for at least one semester.
To see the duties and responsibilities of each position please read the MJH Constitution.