Call for Editor
Journal of New Music Research
About the Role
Routledge is seeking expressions of interest for the Editor of Journal of New Music Research (JNMR), to take over the role officially from 1 January 2022, but a handover period prior to this is anticipated.
Routledge is seeking an Editor who has a music or musical processes background or experience in a related discipline.
The Editor is responsible for ensuring that high-quality research, that supports the journal’s Aims and Scope, is published in JNMR. Key elements of the role include:
· Soliciting and receiving submissions to the journal
· Maintaining rigorous peer review handled through the journal’s ScholarOne system
· Commissioning special/themed issues and appointing Guest Editors as appropriate
· Establishing responsive relationships with reviewers for the journal
· Appointing Editorial Advisory Board Members
· Promoting the journal at conferences, events and to relevant networks
We’re looking for individuals with some relevant Editorial experience, such as:
· Editor, Co-Editor, Associate Editor, Assistant Editor
· Editorial Board/Editorial Advisory Board Member
· Guest Editor
· Experience with electronic editorial systems, such as ScholarOne Manuscripts or Editorial Manager
An Editorial Honorarium will be provided.
Submitting Your Application
You are invited to submit an expression of interest in the form of an email or brief letter to:
Lucy Sheach, Portfolio Manager at Routledge: [email protected]
Expressions of interest from individuals or Co-Editorship teams will be considered.
Further information and/or interviews may be requested as part of the application process.
The deadline is November 7th, 2021.
Journal of New Music Research publishes material which increases our understanding of music and musical processes by systematic, scientific and technological means. Research published in the journal is innovative, empirically grounded and often, but not exclusively, uses quantitative methods. Articles are both musically relevant and scientifically rigorous, giving full technical details. No bounds are placed on the music or musical behaviors at issue: popular music, music of diverse cultures and the canon of western classical music are all within the Journal’s scope. Articles deal with theory, analysis, composition, performance, uses of music, instruments and other music technologies. The Journal was founded in 1972 with the original title Interface to reflect its interdisciplinary nature, drawing on musicology (including music theory), computer science, psychology, acoustics, philosophy, and other disciplines.