Are you interested in editing ISA’s eSymposium?
July 13, 2012
Many ISA members will know that since 2005 Vineeta Sinha has been editing one of our membership benefits, the electronic journal which was initially called the ISA E-Bulletin, but recently became the ISA eSymposium. This change marked the shift towards digital presence on a website, so that there could be more interaction with readers, as well as the possibility of including “non-written” visual and audio contributions such as the fascinating “Occupy Toronto: a photo essay” by Zaheer Baber in the latest issue.
Now that Vineeta has seen the new system bedded in, the time has come for the possibility of a new editor to succeed her distinguished founding tenure. A wide variety of interesting contributions have appeared in the journal; there are certainly more out there for the future. Perhaps you would like to take over the responsibility for locating and developing them, or know a colleague who would do a good job? Applications for the editorship, to start in July 2013, are invited. Please see the ISA web site for how to apply.
Jennifer Platt, University of Sussex, UK, and ISA Vice-President for Publications, 2010-2014