8760non-teaching anthropological job posting
- May 29, 2013If anyone is interested, this notice (posted yesterday) comes from the NAPA
32> Kristin Keller
>NAPA seeks an editor or co-editors for the Annals of Anthropological
Practice (AAP; formerly the NAPA Bulletin).
The Annals, NAPA's flagship publication, biannually publishes relevant
issues at the forefront of practicing anthropology.
The editor(s) should be both topically and technically aware of current
issues in practicing anthropology and also be able to guide contributors
effectively to produce high quality, peer-reviewed issues. These may be
theme-based and/or inclusive of voluntary submitted papers. The editor(s)
should have a solid publication record in applied and/or practicing
anthropology, be at least at the associate level or equivalent, and have an
excellent command of English. The new editor(s) will be expected to recruit
a team of associate editors and an editorial board for the journal.
Duties of the editor include: publicize AAP and solicit relevant articles on
diverse topics of interests from university-based scholars and
practitioners; oversee associate editors and editorial board; facilitate
peer-review of the submitted manuscripts; read manuscripts to ensure rigor,
quality, and relevance; verify facts and formatting; and review and approve
proofs prior to the publication production.
For further details and information on what the position involves, contact
NAPA President Lenora Bohren (lenora.bohren@...) and Past
President Tim Wallace (tmwallace@...) as soon as possible.
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