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Academic Journal: Call for Editors

Opportunity Detail

Re:Locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World (ISSN 2562-9972) would like to invite applications from undergraduate and graduate students for its Editorial Board. Re:Locations is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal based out of the University of Toronto that seeks to publish work across different thematic areas of Asia-Pacific scholarship.

Detail Notes

Students from a variety of academic disciplines are encouraged to apply, however we are particularly interested in scholars who are working in/on non-Western centres and in research areas such as:

• critical engagement with geopolitics;
• politics of spatiality, networks, and scale;
• feminist, queer, and postcolonial interventions;
• intersections of political economy and political geography;
• political ecology, the politics of the environment, and post-human politics

This is an excellent opportunity for students to learn about academic publishing and the peer review process. Students may apply for the following posts:


Editors are responsible for reviewing and editing submissions for the Re:Locations online journal, which publishes visual, creative, and written work. Editors are also responsible for coordinating with the author to help prepare a publishable work.

Senior Editors

Senior Editors are responsible for selecting manuscripts worthy of publication in the graduate journal. Senior Editors are also responsible for finding appropriate peer-reviewers, copyediting manuscripts, and coordinating with the author to help prepare a publishable work. Prior academic editing experience is an advantage.

To apply, please email your CV and a brief cover letter to For further information, please contact or visit our website at

Deadline to apply: October 5, 2020

Laura Facciolo and Sneha Mandhan
Journal Managers, on behalf of the editorial board of the Re:Locations Journal

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Opportunity Details

Date PostedSep 21, 2020
Start DateOct 12, 2020
End DateApr 1, 2021
Apply BeforeOct 5, 2020
St. George
Mississauga (UTM)
Scarborough (UTSC)
Level Of Study
Subject Areas
Social Sciences