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Academe Names Siobhan Senier as Book Review Editor

By Kelly Hand

Academe is pleased to announce that Siobhan Senier, professor and chair of women’s and gender stud­ies at the University of New Hamp­shire, will serve as the next book review editor for the magazine. Senier has served on the execu­tive committee of the AAUP-UNH chapter for several years and is cur­rently the chapter’s vice president and grievance officer. Her scholarly work focuses on Native American literature and women’s literature, with additional research interests in sustainability and environmental studies, disability studies, and digi­tal humanities. Her publications include the 2020 book Sovereignty and Sustainability: Indigenous Literary Stewardship in New Eng­land and the forthcoming edited essay collection People, Practice, Power: Digital Humanities outside the Center. She is completing a five-year term as editor of Studies in American Indian Literatures this year and planning Academe book reviews that will be published in the winter 2022 issue and later.

If you are interested in review­ing books for Academe, please send an email with your areas of expertise and a CV to [email protected].


Dear Professor Senier,

We have a new edition of Campus Crime: Legal, Social, and Policy Perspectives by Dr. Bonnie Fisher and Dr. John Sloan, that we would like to send for review in ACADEME Magazine. It has a tentative August 2022 publication date. I have previously emailed, attaching the write-up and contents pages for your perusal. Let me know if this interests you as soon as you can.

Have a nice afternoon.

Kind regards,

Sharon Moorman, Book Review Coordinator
Charles C Thomas, Publisher, Ltd.
2600 South First Street
Springfield, IL 62704
217-789-8980 x231
[email protected]

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