The editorial board of H-LAW has the sad duty of informing H-LAW’s membership that Professor Christopher Waldrep of San Francisco State University, H-LAW’s founding editor, head moderator, and chief book review editor, has suffered a stroke. At present we neither can nor will speculate on his condition, his recovery, or his return to H-LAW. We wish him and his family well, and we are keeping all of them in our thoughts and prayers.We at the Legal History Blog are saddened by this news and wish Professor Waldrep a speedy recovery.
For the present, Professor Charles L. Zelden of Nova Southeastern University will serve as acting head moderator of H-LAW. H-LAW’s assistant book review editors, Michael Bryant and Ethan Zadoff, are working with Professor Zelden and with the former assistant book review editor, Professor Michael Pfeifer of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, to oversee the book review operation – including receipt of commissioned reviews and their processing through the H-NET Reviews system.
On a practical level, anyone who has posted to H-LAW since Friday, 4 November 2011, is encouraged to repost his or her message to H-LAW. Any reviewer who has recently submitted a review to Chris Waldrep but has heard nothing should re-send the review either to Michael Bryant at email@example.com or to Ethan Zadoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we look forward to Chris’s recovery and return to service, the H-LAW editorial board pledges, in the interim, its best efforts to maintain the high standards of collegial and open discussion that Chris’s leadership has so long embodied.
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Important Announcement from H-Law
This morning we received the following announcement from H-Law: