Cartographica requires a new editor – Jeremy Crampton is coming to the end of his term.
CALL FOR EDITOR
The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization
Applications are invited for the editorship of Cartographica.
The University of Toronto Press – Journals Division is requesting proposals from individuals seeking consideration to become the next editor or co-editor of Cartographica.
Cartographica is dedicated to publishing articles on all aspects of cartographic and geovisualization research while maintaining its tradition of publishing material on cartographic thought, the history of cartography, and cartography and society. Cartographica also plans to consolidate its trend towards publishing research contributions that focus primarily on geographic information.
Each volume of Cartographica is composed of four issues: two or three regular issues and one or two single-topic monographs. These special monograph issues, accommodating book-length manuscripts, provide an extensive look at one particular area of cartography. The regular issues also include strong reviews of reference books and atlases as well as listings of recent cartographic literature from around the world.
Candidates for Editor/Co-Editor should be established scholars in the area of Cartography, Geography, and/or Geographic Information Science. Cartographica encourages applications from potential Editors who have a clear vision for the future of the journal. The Editor is responsible for all aspects of publication associated with maintaining Cartographica as the premier journal of its kind presenting perspectives on all levels of geovisualization research, the history of cartography, cartography and society, and other related fields. The Editor is committed to making sure that the journal maintains its reputation to publish the best manuscripts in these areas.
Letter of Intent: All individuals who intend to submit a proposal must send a letter of intent to UTP Journals by July 31, 2010.
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