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Monday, December 21, 2015

JUE seeking senior editorial board members


The Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography
<>is a peer-reviewed online open access
journal that publishes high-quality articles by undergraduate students who
have conducted original research using ethnographic methods. Now preparing
its sixth volume, the JUE publishes articles by students from all over the
world, in two issues of four or five articles per year. Recent topics
include studies of terms of address in Spain, community in housing coops in
Canada, and narratives of transition in South Africa, among others.

We are currently seeking to expand our senior editorial board. As a senior
editor, you would be asked to review one article a year on a topic related
to your expertise. The editor-in-chief will provide specific guidance for
evaluating the article and providing recommendations for revisions.

Who we are looking for:

- Professors or instructors at a university or degree-granting college
- Familiar with ethnographic methods, and preferably experienced in using
- Working in any relevant discipline or interdisciplinary field (e.g.
anthropology, sociology, human geography, criminology, cultural studies,
urban studies, and area studies such as Latin American Studies)

How to apply:

- Send a brief bio and a one-page CV listing degrees, research interests,
courses typically taught and key publications to Martha Radice at
- Alternatively, send a link to a personal web page that provides the above

We look forward to hearing from you.

Dr. Martha Radice
Editor, Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography
Associate Professor
Sociology & Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University

Dr. Jason Patch
Founding Editor, Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography
Associate Professor, Sociology, Roger Williams University

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