[Bell Historians] Library Journal

Ron Johnston R.Johnston at b...
Mon Apr 14 12:22:50 BST 2003

Why don't we seek to restimulate the history project - see what 
essays people have (actual and potential) that could bring the story 
forward and fill the gaps

On Mon, 14 Apr 2003 12:16:34 +0100 john ketteringham 
<john.ketteringham at n...> wrote:

> I agree with Anne.
> If this is to be a Journal of repute the first reader should be a person
> qualified and with experience in academic publishing. After he/she is
> satisfied from this viewpoint an independent campanological historian should
> read through the manuscript.
> My MPhil 'The Use of Church Bells in the Diocese of Lincoln 1536-1799' was
> examined by Professor Henry Lloyn whose speciality was the history of the
> Norman conquest. He had been the examiner of another bell related PhD The
> second examiner was from the History department of my University. I
> suggest that a similar arrangement would be advisable for the Journal.
> Can we please drop the term 'learned'.
> I expect I will be shot down in flames if I suggest that my MPhil might be a
> suitable item for publication in the Journal! Seriously though I am sure
> there are plenty of suitable papers for publication especially now that the
> Change Ringing History appears to be defunct.
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Ron Johnston
School of Geographical Sciences,
University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 1SS
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