The Conference on English Education (CEE) is seeking a new editor for English Education.
The term of the present editors, Lisa Scherff and Leslie Rush, will end in July 2015. Applicants for the editorship should be tenured (or have completed the tenure process with a reasonable certainty that tenure will be granted) and should have published in English Education or a national journal of similar quality.
Applicants should send a letter of application to be received no later than August 31, 2013. Letters should be accompanied by
(1) the applicant’s vita,
(2) one published writing sample (article or chapter),
(3) a one-page statement of the applicant’s vision for the future of the journal, and
(4) letter(s) specifying financial support from appropriate administrators at the applicant’s institution. (Applicants are urged to consult with administrators on the question of time, resources, and other institutional support that may be required for the editorship of this journal.)
Applications should be submitted via email in PDF form to firstname.lastname@example.org; please include “EE Editor Application” in the subject line. Direct queries to Kurt Austin, NCTE Senior Developer for Publications, at the email address above or call 217-328-3870, extension 3619.Finalists will be interviewed by the search committee at the NCTE Annual Convention in Boston in November 2013.
The applicant appointed by the CEE Executive Committee will effect a transition, preparing for his or her first issue to be published in October 2015. The appointment is for five years, nonrenewable.