A call for peer reviewers from Hamid Malekzadeh, at The Iranian Yearbook of Phenomenology for the Iranian Society for Phenomenology.
The Iranian Yearbook of Phenomenology (IYP) is an international collaborative project publishing paper on phenomenology and existential philosophy as well as contributions from other fields of philosophy. Papers from researchers in the humanities and the human sciences interested in phenomenological approaches in their subject areas are welcome too. The yearbook also aims to provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussion. The IYP is published by the Iranian Society for Phenomenology (ISP) in cooperation with Gam_e_no (New Step) and the Iranian Political Science Association (IPSA).
Call for peer-reviewers
The Iranian Yearbook of Phenomenology is seeking peer reviewers with a wide variety of backgrounds and interests to assist in reviewing articles for the Yearbook. The Yearbook will maintain a database with the names and interests of reviewers and will match them to articles as needed.
The Yearbook follows a double-blind review process so author and reviewer remain anonymous to each other throughout the process. Reviewers are asked to evaluate the article and make publishing recommendations which will then go to the editorial board for final decision.
If you are interested in being considered to be added to our peer reviewer database, please submit a short (1-2 paragraph) statement describing your qualifications and area(s) of expertise along with a CV to Hamid Malekzadeh ([email protected]).
The editorial board will make decisions about peer reviewers based on their qualifications and the need to have widely distributed areas of expertise that cover the variety of article subjects the Yearbook wishes to publish.
P.S: These are not a paid positions!
You can check us out on: www.iranianyearbookofphenomenology.ir