Academic Ledger Features Writing by History Columnist Irena G. Briganti
Academic article platform AcademicLedger.com features a bimonthly history column from contributor Irena G. Briganti.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
The Academic Ledger's stable of columnists now includes writer Irena G. Briganti, who supplies a bimonthly column on history, both ancient and more recent. The Academic Ledger is an internet writing outlet that collects user submissions of articles and photos on recent science, literature, and academics news for publication to its audience. The site employs an editorial staff to curate articles and uses community feedback to evaluate submissions for publication.
Irena G. Briganti began her association with The Academic Ledger as an article contributor, and was brought on as a content editor in May of 2011. Editor-in-Chief Brad Ethan Fisher was impressed by her output and offered her a post as a columnist, which she accepted. Briganti's feature column selects and displays articles from various academic journals with commentary from Irena, who has an academic background in history.
“Irena has a strong editorial voice and solid experience in history, research, and writing,” said Fisher. “The Academic Ledger is glad to feature her column, and look forward to future progress from this young, promising writer.”
Briganti has a history degree from Brown University, and has honed her writing skills over years as an active academics and literature blogger. Her column on The Academic Ledger appears every two weeks. Read Irena G. Briganti's column at http://www.AcademicLedger.com.
About the Academic Ledger
The Academic Ledger is an information and news aggregator site created to collect and share the best academic writing on subjects as diverse as philosophy, economics, and culture. The site's curators deliver articles from across the web that expand the horizons of academic discourse and provide engrossing reading for both casual readers and serious academics. Visit the Academic Ledger at http://www.AcademicLedger.com.
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