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LINGUIST List 22.1163

Thu Mar 10 2011

FYI: Search for New Co-editor for Gender and Language

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Message 1: Search for New Co-editor for Gender and Language
Date: 07-Mar-2011
From: Lia Litosseliti <l.litosseliticity.ac.uk>
Subject: Search for New Co-editor for Gender and Language
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The journal of Gender and Language is soliciting nominations (by others or
by candidates) for the position of co-editor.

Gender and Language is the journal of the International Gender and Language
Association (IGALA). The journal appears twice a year. The journal
encourages discussion and debate about the implications of different
definitions of gender and different approaches to analyzing the production
and interpretation of texts and speech. It welcomes research employing a
range of linguistic approaches (e.g. conversation analysis, discourse and
text analysis, ethnography of communication, pragmatics, variationist
sociolinguistics, interactional sociolinguistics, stylistics) and from a
variety of disciplines, including linguistics, anthropology, women and
gender studies, education, philosophy, psychology, folklore, sociology,
communication studies, queer studies, literary and cultural studies, as it
aims to foster interdisciplinary discussion and dialogue among these
disciplines.

For further information on the journal, please see:

http://www.equinoxjournals.com/ojs/index.php/GL.

The position has a 3 year term (July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2014). The journal
has two co-editors, who rotate off at staggered intervals. Bonnie
McElhinny’s contribution as co-editor, coming to an end in June 2011, has
helped immensely to establish and strengthen the journal; we would like to
thank Bonnie for her outstanding contribution and hard work. Ann Weatherall
will continue to serve as co-editor for another two years (i.e. until the
end of 2012); the journal and the incoming co-editor will be benefiting
from Ann’s wealth of experience.

Interested candidates should send CVs, and a brief statement of interest in
the position by 25 March 2011 to Lia Litosseliti, IGALA Vice-President/
President-Elect, City University London (l.litosseliticity.ac.uk).

Informal queries about the post should be directed to Bonnie McElhinny,
Director, Women and Gender Studies Institute, University of Toronto
(bonnie.mcelhinnyutoronto.ca).

Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable

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