Call for Book Review Editor, Associate Book Review Editor and Associate Review Editor

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Call for Book Review Editor, Associate Book Review Editor and Associate Review Editor

Deafness & Education International

Deadline
1 August 2021

About the Role

Deafness and Education International is seeking applicants for Book Review Editor, Associate Book Review Editors, and Associate Review Editors. These reviewers will assist the Editors-in-Chief and Executive Editors, representing global regions.

Book Review Editor
The role of the Book Review Editor is to assist the Editors-in-Chief in managing the book review process. The Book Review Editor will be responsible for assigning reviews to the Associate Book Review Editors and attending an annual online Editorial Board meeting.

Associate Book Review Editor
The role of the Associate Book Review Editor is to review a minimum of one book annually and attending an annual online Editorial Board meeting.

Associate Review Editor
The role of the Associate Review Editor includes reviewing a minimum of two manuscripts and/or books annually, serving as a third reviewer as necessary, and attending an annual online Editorial Board meeting. Interested academics and practitioners are invited to apply for these positions via this expression of interest process. The appointment will be made by the Editors-in-Chief and will be for a three-year term. All members of the Editorial Board will be printed on the inside cover of each journal issue and on the Journal website.

Interested in applying?

If you are interested in applying for one of these positions, please email the Editors a document no longer than three pages with your name and contact details addressing these eight criteria by 1st August 2021:

  1. Qualifications
  2. Reviewing experience
  3. Ability to access an extensive peer-reviewed journal database
  4. Ability to work alongside the editorial team
  5. Ability to review a minimum of two manuscripts and/or books per year
  6. Ability and willingness to attend online annual editorial meetings

We are particularly interested in receiving applicants from Africa, the Americas, and Asia.

Jill Duncan, Editor-in-Chief (Australia), Deafness & Education International
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Rachel O’Neill, Editor-in-Chief (United Kingdom), Deafness & Education International
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Deafness & Education International is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality original research about the education of children and young people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. The Editors-in-Chief welcome manuscripts that are rigorous, adhere to ethical guidance, show thoroughness in the way the conclusions have been reached, and add important findings to the sector. The field of deaf education covers many disciplines including education, sociology, psychology, anthropology, linguistics, cultural studies and speech science.