Call for Editorial Board Members
Time & Society was established in 1992 to publish high quality and innovative articles on the study of time. It is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes articles, reviews and scholarly comment that make original contributions to our understandings of the relationship between time, temporality and social life. We publish work that contributes to research across the arts, humanities and social sciences, particularly that which draws varying approaches, methods, theories and/or empirical work into conversation. Critiques of, and proposals for, time-related aspects of public, social, economic, environmental and organisational policies are also of interest. Our work focuses on questions that shape the nature and scope of the broad field of time studies, as well as those that address how time studies challenges norms, methods and assumptions within more traditional disciplines and wider contexts.
In 2019 the journal will be undergoing a number of changes. This includes the appointment of a new editor-in-chief, Dr Michelle Bastian (Edinburgh) who will be replacing Professor Hartmut Rosa (Jena). We will also be growing the scope of the journal, moving to four journal issues each year (including special issues and special sections) from our previous three.
As part of these exciting changes, we are renewing our editorial board and are seeking individuals at all career stages who wish to take an active role in the life of Time & Society. We are interested in recruiting board members with the relevant expertise from across the arts, humanities and social sciences. In particular, Time & Society is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive Editorial Board that can help guide and shape the journal so that it reflects a breadth of experiences within academia and wider society.
We ask that Editorial Board members help guide the journal by:
We expect that editorial board members commit to a five-year term, with the possibility of renewal. We aim to have new members in place by January 2019.
To apply please fill in this form (https://goo.gl/forms/hg24sHVtxcAumINB3) including a 700 word statement of interest, and also email a 2-pg CV (minimum font 12) to Robert Helbig (email@example.com) by the 30th of November 2018.
The new Editorial Board members will be selected by the Editors, with reference to the following criteria:
If you have any questions please contact Michelle Bastian (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Robert Hassan (email@example.com).
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