Two Positions available at the Graduate Journal of Social Science editorial board

Founded in 2002 by a group of research students, the Graduate Journal of Social Science( is a well-established peer-reviewed journal with institutional bases in the London School of Economics and Political Science and with connections to other universities around the world. The journal exists as a critical forum for discussion and exchange of ideas on interdisciplinary methodology in the Social Sciences and publishes, on average, twice a year.The GJSS is seeking successors for two key voluntary  positions in the editorial board (details attached in separate document). The applications should contain a short motivation letter stating which position you are interested in, accompanied by a CV.  Send these to available:

Book Review EditorManages and edits all book review material. This position is highly independent, requires time-commitment, and solid control of academic written English.
Liaison officerManages contact with student board and academic board. Requires regular correspondence with editorial team and two intensive periods of time commitment annually.

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We are also looking for new members to the student board. As a student board member, you are asked to review and evaluate received papers in your area(s) of expertise (to the maximum of 2 papers per year). If you are interested in acting as a reviewer, please contact the editors for information:
Deadline for applications: 22 October 2010