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On behalf of Frances Hasso <email@example.com> Call for Proposals/Applications: Review Editor(s) Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies Beginning with Volume 11 (2015), the Editors of the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies will be miriam cooke (Duke), Banu Gökarıksel (University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill), and Frances Hasso (Duke). Also beginning with Volume 11, JMEWS will be published by Duke University Press Journals. JMEWS is the interdisciplinary scholarly journal of the Association of Middle East Women’s Studies and publishes three issues per annual volume. The forthcoming JMEWS editors are seeking proposals for Editor(s) of the JMEWS Reviews section. We hope to appoint one person, a team of two who apply together, or two individuals who apply and are chosen separately for the position of JMEWS Review Editor(s). We seek Review Editor(s) interested in a vision that includes but goes beyond soliciting reviews for individual books, including essays on cultural texts (books, films, documentaries, exhibits) and interviews, dialogues, or other fora with several people engaging one or more cultural texts. The position requires a 4-year commitment, from 1 July 2014 - 30 June 2018, and ideally the Review Editor(s) can attend the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017, where major JMEWS meetings are held. As is the case for the Co-Editors of JMEWS, the Review Editor(s) position is unpaid. Review Editor(s) interface with a paid JMEWS Managing Editor and the DUP Journals office, whose staff will be responsible for copy-editing and production. Scholars outside of the U.S. are encouraged and welcome to apply. The ideal candidate(s): · have completed a Ph.D. dissertation in any discipline or interdiscipline focused on part or parts of the Middle East/North Africa; · have a feminist, women’s studies, gender studies, or queer scholarly orientation in their research and teaching; · have published scholarly articles and/or book(s) in the above subfields; · are very interested, have initiative, and propose creative ideas for this important journal section; · are organized, responsible, excellent communicators in writing, collegial, and conscientious about deadlines; Interested Candidates are invited to electronically submit a 1-2 page letter of interest/proposal, a curriculum vita, and the e-mail and telephone contact information of two references by 30 March 2014. Proposals should include a vision statement, specific ideas, and a brief description of relevant experience. Material and questions may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, and firstname.lastname@example.org --