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[ecrea] Editor sought for Journal of Media Practice

Sat Nov 09 23:47:42 GMT 2013

Editor, Journal of Media Practice

Expressions of interest are sought for this prestigious post, which will be assisted by a supportive Editorial Board.

The JMP has achieved a well-deserved international reputation as the peer-reviewed source of research and teaching reflection about media practice. Published four times per year by Routledge (having moved from Intellect), this is the only print-based peer-reviewed journal to focus on practice based media teaching and research. The JMP also supports a very successful annual symposium on research through media practice, with Roehampton hosting the 2014 symposium.

The Editorial Board is seeking interest from individuals/teams who will be supported by their institution, i.e. from those who are not only able to bring appropriate personal skills to the post, but who can also provide a home for the editorial operation. Currently, the University of Salford offers administration, office and contact support. It is important that at least this level of support will be made available by applicants. In addition the journal currently has a Books/Film Editor, Zahera Harb, and a JMPScreenworks Digital Editor, Steve Presence.

The Editorial Board would first like to receive expressions of interest from suitably experienced and interested applicants, accompanied by a statement of intent and a short CV. The statement of intent should outline firstly (and briefly) a vision for the future development of JMP, and secondly a realistic assessment of how the JMP might be supported by both the applicant and the host institution.

Please send expressions of interest and a CV to the Chair of the Editorial Board, Cahal McLaughlin ((c.mclaughlin /at/ to whom specific questions may also be addressed.

Cahal McLaughlin
Professor of Film Studies,
School of Creative Arts,
Queens University Belfast
Room 003, First Floor,
21 University Square,
Belfast BT7 1NN
N. Ireland
00 44 2890973634
(c.mclaughlin /at/

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