I have a piece in the forthcoming American Archivist (same issue as the Boles piece), and it was peer reviewed to hell and back, twice. So, idk what happened here? They must have solicited this piece, right?

@sabrams Interesting thought. Either that or, is there ever a point where you're no longer subject to peer review? Like, after being president or becoming a fellow?

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@jennifer Yeah, that’s a possibility. Either way, I assume his piece didn’t go through the normal process — for some reason.

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