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Date: 8/13/2020
Subject: Renewed 'revised' call for a JoS editorial team 2021 - 2024
From: TASA



Journal of Sociology
Renewed call for an editorial team for 2021 - 2024
Dear~~first_name~~, 
 
We are reopening the call for expressions of interest for the Journal of Sociology (JoS) editorial team for 2021-2024. EoIs are sought from a group of members as well as from individual members wanting to be considered as part of an editorial team (which would be put together by the TASA Executive).
 
For EoIs from groups, please click here for the detailed call. 

If you would like to put yourself forward as an interested individual, to be a part of the editorial team, please respond to the following questions and copy and paste the details into an email to admin@tasa.org.au. Please note that the successful Editor in Chief will be required to have (non-financial) institutional support for taking on the role.

Name:

Area of Expertise:

Editor in Chief: yes/no

Associate Editor: yes/no

JoS is the flagship journal of TASA and the major Australian outlet for sociology. Editing the journal is an opportunity to shape the development of sociology in Australia and publish the leading work produced by your colleagues. There is $20,000 administration funding available as well as support from TASA and from the publisher, Sage. Manuscript submission is on-line through the ScholarOne system.
 
If you are interested in finding out more, we invite you to contact us directly for a confidential chat. You can also contact Dan Woodman, TASA President and Sally Daly, TASA Admin. 
 
Expressions of interest from groups as well as individual members need to be emailed to TASA Admin by Monday September 14th.
 
Warm regards,
 
Kate and Steve,
JoS Editors-in-Chief


Editors in Chief
Kate Huppatz

Steve Matthewman
Managing Editor
Sky Hugman
 
Journal of Sociology features high quality sociological scholarship in all its forms. We are dedicated to showcasing theory as well as applied sociology, quantitative and qualitative research. Interdisciplinary pieces are welcome, as are submissions from outside the academy. Based in the Southern Hemisphere and committed to intellectual works from the Asia-Pacific region, including Indigenous scholarship, we also encourage submissions from across the globe.
 
You can read more about the Journal of Sociology here and keep up-to-date via Twitter: @JSociology