08 May 2012

Deadline May 15 | Routledge Journals Seeks Editor-in-Chief for Journal of GLBT Family Studies

Post date: 08 May 2012
Deadline: 15 May 2012

Routledge Journals invites nominations and applications for the position of Editor-in-Chief for the scholarly publication Journal of GLBT Family Studies

Deadline for nominations or applications is May 15, 2012. Please send replies to Routledge staff at: Sean.Beppler@TaylorandFrancis.com


A complete application package will include:
• a curriculum vitae of the candidate
• statement of interest in the position stating a vision for continued expansion of Journal of GLBT Family Studies

Applicants will be reviewed by current leaders in the LGBT Studies field, with the selection of an Editor-in-Chief expected by August 15, 2012. The term of the named Editor-in Chief will begin January 1, 2013. This position includes an honorarium.


If you would like to nominate someone to be considered as a potential Editor-in-Chief of Journal of GLBT Family Studies, please send the name of the person you are nominating, their email address and brief description of qualifications to Routledge Journals staff at: Sean.Beppler@TaylorandFrancis.com


The Journal of GLBT Family Studies is the first journal to address family issues and concerns important to GLBT individuals and their families of origin, as well as families formed in adulthood. This unique peer-reviewed journal examines parent-child relationships, child development, sibling relationships, family structure, intimate relationships, stepfamilies, alternative family structures, and extended family relationships. The journal’s contributors present research findings on topics that range from family pattern issues relating to roles, rules, boundaries, and communication styles, to high risk issues, such as physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, HIV/AIDS, addiction, disclosure, homophobia, and heterosexism.

Journal of GLBT Family Studies is indexed in PsychInfo, Scopus, Social Work Abstracts, and other abstracting & indexing services. The journal will be utilizing ScholarOne for electronic manuscript submissions and peer review during the term of the appointed Editor-in-Chief; and is published by Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis, a leading academic publisher with twenty offices around the world.


For inquiries/ submissions: Sean.Beppler@TaylorandFrancis.com

Website: http://tandfonline.com/action/aboutThisJournal?journalCode=wgfs20
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