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The Cambridge Humanities Review is looking for an Editorial
The Cambridge Humanities Review is looking to recruit an
Editorial Assistant for the academic year 2017/2018. The candidate would
ideally be in place during the summer and the position can renewed annually.
Duties would involve fundraising, proof-reading, organising and hosting launch
events, and publicity. Experience and aptitude for at least of two of these
areas would be desirable.
In the words of the celebrated writer Robert Macfarlane:
‘The CHR is a very impressive young magazine, distinguished […] for its
combination of intellectual seriousness, adventure and diversity.’
Since our foundation in 2012, we have printed essays and
reviews on topics across the arts and humanities penned by leading academics
across the UK and US, with contributors including Rowan Williams, Prof. Laura
Tunbridge, Prof. Raymond Geuss, and Alistair Campbell on subjects ranging from
the music of Lana Del Rey to the poetry of J.H. Prynne, from eschatology to
Brutalist playgrounds. For more information visit: http://www.cambridgereview.net/
Ideally you would be a student in the early years of your
degree, be able to meet deadlines and make regular commitments during term-time
and during the vacation, have some experience with organising events and
raising funds, and be passionate about working in the arts and humanities.
If you are at all interested get in touch with Christoph