We are seeking individuals who would help us significantly increase the number of reviews and strengthen the journal’s linguistic, cultural, and thematic inclusiveness. Medievalists and postmedievalists are encouraged to send expressions of interest and a recent curriculum vitae to Richard Utz, School of Literature, Media, and Communication, Georgia Institute of Technology (firstname.lastname@example.org) by December 12, 2012.
19 November, 2012
Medievally Speaking seeks Assistant Editors
Medievally Speaking, an online journal operating under the auspices of the International Society for the Study of Medievalism and dedicated to reviewing all academic and creative reinventions and reimaginations of medieval culture in postmedieval times, seeks two enthusiastic scholars to serve as its Assistant Editors, beginning ASAP and ending May 1, 2014. In collaboration with the Editor, the Assistant Editors will manage the journal website (currently in blog format), request review copies from publishers, producers, etc., solicit reviews from colleagues, and edit and post reviews. On average, these responsibilities should require a commitment of two hours or less per week per Assistant Editor. PhD preferred; Master's degree minimum.