Deadline: Nov. 5, 2018
The College Music Symposium: Journal of the College Music Society is seeking applicants for the significant Scholarship and Research Editor position. The Editor will be responsible for two issues a year, plus assist on any special guest-edited issues. Appointments are for three years.
Editorial responsibilities include:
- Evaluating initial submissions and determining if they should move forward
- If necessary, recruiting appropriate authors/articles for the issues
- Assigning submissions to referees/reviewers
- Maintaining and building an editorial board
- Ensuring ethical standards are met for all submissions
Interested applicants should hold advanced degrees and have experience with publishing, editing, or writing. To be considered please send a curriculum vitae along with a 1-page letter of interest that highlights one’s qualifications to: Lisa Urkevich, General Editor, College Music Symposium, and . (N.B., this is an unpaid service position)
The College Music Symposium: Journal of the College Music Society is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes research, comprehensive review articles, forum essays, and individual reviews, including those of books, film/video, audio, technologies and online resources, and select performances and lectures. The Symposium, which was first issued in 1961, was established with a unique purpose not duplicated elsewhere: it was a “different sort of scholarly journal…a provocative publication that…cut across lines of specialization” (McCorkle Symposium 1961). The present journal maintains this comprehensive vision, with a modern bent, through issuing publications that deal with a variety of topics relating to the wide-ranging academic disciplines and interests of College Music Society members.