OIA invites nominations for new board members in 2016

Open Inquiry Archive (ISSN 2167-8812, openinquiryarchive.net) is an independent online project aimed at publishing scholarly occasional papers, working papers, and position papers on topics related to culture, broadly construed. OIA’s mission is to publish writing that is of interest across disciplinary boundaries among the humanities, arts, and social sciences.

OIA has begun our fourth year as an interdisciplinary e-journal and we are ready to complement our current Editorial Advisory Board with a new set of minds and sensibilities to help us serve our readership.

In anticipation of the next stage of our project, OIA invites nominations for new board members.

The OIA advisory board consists of volunteers who will serve a two-year term. We desire to represent a diverse group of institutions from a cross section of disciplines in the humanities, as well as from the scholars in the social sciences with a cultural and qualitative-research focus. We seek members with a passion for arts, culture and the humanities, especially speculative or conceptual explorations of culture-related topics, via open-access publishing.

The board holds occasional meetings online, and communicates via web-based chats. The journal Editors respect that volunteers have other time commitments, and acknowledge that in our streamlined working process.

Interested nominees can forward a brief letter of interest and résumé to OIA Editors via our contact form. For more information, visit http://openinquiryarchive.net or contact the Editors at the aforementioned email.

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