Dr Neil Verma’s term as editor RDR (2020-2023) is drawing to a close, and we salute his vision and commitment over that period. The editor’s position is now open, for two years, from Feb 2023 to Jan 2025.
Over ten issues to date, RadioDoc Review (RDR) has published 89 articles written by experts from Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, Africa and Australia, addressing diverse audio works and fiction/nonfiction podcasts/radio from a broad geographical range. This body of critical analysis is developing the theory and practice of the audio documentary /feature /storytelling podcast form and establishing a canon of crafted audio works. RDR articles and nominated audio works are set texts in several universities and are increasingly cited in scholarly publications.
Please send Expressions of Interest for the role of Editor, RadioDoc Review (2023-2025) by 31 January 2023 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your resume and a letter of application describing why you wish to assume the role and what you will bring to it.
Applicants should have a strong academic background in crafted audio feature studies and/or podcasting studies. Practice-based and practice-led researchers are particularly encouraged to apply. The journal will continue to be published by University of Wollongong, but applicants can be based anywhere.
The editor will be responsible for coordinating one or two issues per year, overseeing the selection of works for review, commissioning of critics and supervision of articles to publication. Diversity is strongly encouraged, in the selection of both critics and audio works. Articles range from critiques (2,000 – 6,000 words, written in either a journalistic or scholarly format) to essays, with occasional book reviews.