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IECA members and friends:  I have just posted a call for applications for the next editor of ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION, the official journal of the International Environmental Communication (  Alison Anderson, the current editor, is in the middle of a three-year term that will expire at the end of 2016.  We want to install the next editor by early in the calendar year to insure continuity in editorial leadership.  The call appears in the jobs section of the web site, and will be circulated to members via e-mail as well.

This search is coming at an exciting time, as the journal will soon announce an expansion from four to six published issues per year, starting in 2016.

The search committee for the position will include Alison Anderson, former associate editor Laura Lindenfeld, and myself, with Exec Director Mark Meisner serving as ex officio member and providing support for the search.


We are seeking applicants for the position of Editor of the journal Environmental Communication.  This journal, published by Taylor-Francis-Routledge since 2007, is the official journal of the International Environmental Communication Association (IECA) (  The journal is currently publishing four issues per year, and is slated to publish six issues a year starting in 2016.   The journal obtained an ISI Impact Factor beginning in 2009 (2014 Impact Factor 0.817).   The journal has become the flagship publication in the field of environmental communication. For more information about the journal’s mission, aims, and scope, along with samples of published work, go to

The editor is responsible for promoting the mission of the journal through seeking, commissioning, and developing articles and other features of the highest quality, and insuring that these articles and features are delivered to the publisher in good order and on a timely basis. The new editor will take responsibility for assigning and reviewing new submissions upon completion of manuscript assignments for Volume 10, or January 2016.  Minimum length of term is three years (negotiable).

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Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Communication, Civic Engagement, and Race/Ethnicity

Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Communication, Civic Engagement, and Race/Ethnicity


The Department of Communication in the College of Media, Communication and Information at the University of Colorado-Boulder invites applicants for a tenure-track, assistant professor position in Communication, Civic Engagement, and Race/Ethnicity, with the ability to make connections in the College across units and to contribute to the required curriculum in one or more of the three departmental areas: Discourse and Society, Organizational Communication, and/or Rhetoric. Eligible candidates should have expertise in one or more of the following areas, working from an intersectional perspective: critical race studies, ethnic studies, Native American and indigenous studies, and/or transnational politics. The candidate will be expected to help build outreach on and off campus as part of BoulderTalks, a new center to foster community and knowledge through democratic engagement. An ideal candidate will have experience working in, facilitating, consulting, advocating, and/or publicizing communities mobilizing around racial/ethnic justice. A PhD is required at the time of appointment, as is a record of excellence in service, teaching, and research.



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