The Canadian Journal for Continental Philosophy is looking for people to take up a given beat and work to get book reviews and such in those areas. Here’s the information:
Since 2010, Symposium has been publishing book reviews and review essays online. Making reviews freely accessible on our website is one way in which we support and try to raise the profile of Canadian scholarship in Continental philosophy. In order to continue in that direction, we would like to substantially increase the number of reviews published and create a space for debate that is philosophically diverse and inclusive.
To facilitate this, we will introduce a new editorial structure to Symposium’s book reviews and expand the editorial board of reviews to include more voices. We are looking to recruit area editors who will be responsible for commissioning reviews for specific sub-fields of continental philosophy. We are looking for editors for the following subfields:
- New realisms
- Critical theory
- German idealism
as well as for the intersections between Continental philosophy and the following fields:
- Queer Theory
- Africana Philosophy
- Asian Philosophy
- Animal Studies
Of course, we also welcome suggestions for any other underrepresented fields.
Our expectation for an area editor is that he or she commissions and brings to publication at least two book reviews in his or her field of specialty over the course of one year. Area editors who meet this requirement will be eligible for renewal for subsequent years.
We are also looking for a bilingual, social-media savvy junior scholar or graduate student to run a Facebook page and Twitter account.
This is a great opportunity to support continental philosophy, gain editorial experience and promote current research in your own area. If you are interested, would like to know more about this opportunity or have any question, please contact Devin Zane Shaw at email@example.com