|Call for applications for the Editorial Board of Architectural Histories. The open access journal of the EAHN
In 2011 the first Editorial Board of Architectural Histories was formed. Architectural Histories is the online open access journal of the EAHN, published by Ubiquity Press.
In order to initiate the periodical renewal of the Board, applications for three new members are invited.
The Editorial Board is responsible for the content of Architectural Histories. Board members work with the editor-in-chief to guide potential contributions from submission through peer review up to the copy-editing stage. Members thus carry considerable responsibility for the content and quality of the journal. They are expected to seek out and solicit contributions from their various academic networks.
The Board develops the strategy, content, and vision of the journal, guarantees its disciplinary, thematic, and geographic diversity and outreach as well as its scholarly excellence and integrity, in close concert with the EAHN.
Members should be available and committed, and willing to devote considerable time to the journal. Each should be well connected in their field(s) of expertise.
The call for application is open to all EAHN members regardless of background, discipline or seniority. Applications from scholars working outside the traditional centers of scholarship are strongly encouraged, as well as from scholars working in any aspect of the history of architecture and the built environment before 1900. Applications should consist of a CV (max. 3 pages) and a cover letter specifying the candidate’s skills and qualities. Applications should be emailed to Maarten Delbeke, editor-in-chief (email@example.com), and received no later than 31 August 2014. The new members will be appointed at the EAHN Business Meeting in Pamplona (19-20 February 2015) for a three-year term.
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