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    Part-Time COPY EDITOR NEEDED Freelancers encouraged to apply. The Center for Latino Research (CLR) at DePaul University seeks a part‐time Copy Editor for
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      Part-Time
      COPY EDITOR NEEDED
      Freelancers encouraged to apply.
      The Center for Latino Research (CLR) at DePaul University seeks a part‐time Copy Editor for its bilingual journal, Dialogo. The Copy Editor will work closely with Dialogo's Editor and Managing Editor.

      --professional experience necessary
      --familiarity with MLA style
      --proofreading text in two stages, twice a year
      --fact checking
      --knowledge of Spanish helpful

      Please forward resume with two professional references. Salary commensurate
      with experience. The position is temporary, two occasions per year (as needed).
      Services may be done remotely (off‐site).

      Email resume with two references to Maria Isabel Ochoa, CLR's Assistant Director,
      at mochoa@....

      ABOUT CLR
      The Center for Latino Research (CLR) reflects the commitment of DePaul University to
      extend classroom learning and research to public and community service. CLR's primary
      goals are to open and sustain dialogues, to invest in the empowerment and recognition of
      Latino communities while creating learning and research opportunities for scholars, and to
      forge collaborations with local, national, and international partners.

      ABOUT DIALOGO
      Published since 1998 by the Center for Latino Research at DePaul University in Chicago, we
      welcome submissions throughout the year, scholarly research articles, book and media
      reviews, and interviews pertinent to Latino communities in the US, the Caribbean, and Latin
      America. Dialogo seeks regional as well as national contexts that help bridge barriers
      between academic and local communities, with attention to diverse US Latino experiences,
      and recent Latino immigration and places of origin, including indigenous experience. Now
      published in Fall and Spring, one issue each year centers on a theme, with the "Call"
      published in the preceding volume.
      http://las.depaul.edu/latinoresearch/Publications/Dialogo/index.asp
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