Call for new editors: Architectural Theory Review

Architectural Theory Review Call for new editors in 2017.
The editorial committee for the journal Architectural Theory Review, published by Taylor & Francis/Routledge, is seeking expressions of interest for two editors who will be responsible for running the journal alongside one selected colleague from the University of Sydney in 2017.
Interested applicants should hold a PhD in architecture or architectural history/theory, or an equivalent area of study, and an academic position at an international university. We welcome those with experience in architectural history/theory, critical theory, and aesthetic theory and philosophy.
Editors will be responsible for creating new content for the journal, organizing and managing special and open issues, coordinating peer review, recruiting reviewers, and finalizing work for proofing and copyediting. Editors will need to report to the ATR editorial committee several times a year about the operations of the journal. Editors will also work with copyeditors from Sydney and Melbourne to assure that editorial content is properly presented.
Please send a brief cover letter, a 1 page proposal for future content, and a short CV to research manager Jen Ryan at jennifer.ryan@sydney.edu.au. For any inquiries regarding the journal or editorial positions, please email Jennifer Ferng at jennifer.ferng@sydney.edu.au.
All expressions of interest will be due by Tuesday 4 October 2016. Decisions will be made sometime in late November 2016.

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