EASA seeks a new Book Series Editor

EASA seeks a new Book Series Editor to take over from James Carrier, whose term of office has now come to an end and who has kindly agreed to act in a deputy capacity until a new Editor is appointed.

The expectation is that the EASA Book Series will be in the vanguard of ethnographic or theoretical developments in specific areas of anthropological inquiry. It is expected that the Editor will identify and develop new and innovative directions together with a small editorial board and the publisher.

The new Book Series Editor will be granted a stipend of EUR 2000 a year to support their editorial work, and an allowance to attend up to two European conferences a year. It is expected that this financial support will allow the Editor to enrich the Series' catalogue.

The editor role involves:

The position of Book Series Editor is for two years in the first instance (2013-2015), and can be renewed up to four years.

Applications consisting of a short covering letter and a CV, should be sent by May 23 to the Secretary, Alberto Corsín Jiménez, on