The editorial board of the Erasmus Student Journal of Philosophy (ESJP) is hiring! We are looking for new editors who can join the team for this academic year (edition 24) from October onwards.
As editor, you can dive into a diverse set of philosophical texts written by your peer students and choose two on which you will work more closely in a small team. The process is double-blind, which means you won't know the author's name and they don't know yours. This way it's all about the texts. So, if you love complicated texts and this sounds exciting to you, join the ESJP! Besides being an editor, in the ESJP, you can always take on more responsibility: you can become a lead editor and monitor a small team through the editing process!
The editorial board consists of a mix of Dutch and international students, which means that candidates should have a good command of English. The positions are open to all Philosophy students (including Second Degree and MA students). It is necessary for applicants to have a background in and experience with philosophy.
If you are interested in becoming an Editor of the ESJP, please send a short letter of motivation and your CV (about one single-spaced A4) to email@example.com before the 1st of October!
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
For more information about the vacancies, take a look at our website: www.esjp.nl/become-an-editor
Here, you will also find our past editions, as well as who you will be working with, so take a look!