Call for Book Reviews Editor Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites

Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites

Routledge is currently seeking a Book Reviews Editor for Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites (CMAS).

The journal has established itself as the primary reference in this field, both for active professionals and for university teachers and students. Launched in 1995, it is the only journal that covers both theoretical and practical issues in heritage site management and conservation. Peer-reviewed papers from around the world report on new thinking and best practice in site management and conservation. 

The Book Reviews Editor will be the primary contact for publishers and authors wishing to have a book reviewed in Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites. The editor will be responsible for seeking out and approving books for review (in-line with the scope of CMAS), finding a suitable reviewer, and arranging for the book to be sent to the reviewer as well as post-review copy-editing. This individual will have proven fluency in English; academic credentials in archaeology, site management, heritage studies, or relevant field of study; established passion for site management; ability to foster long-term relationships, keep to deadlines and keep others to deadlines.

If you would like to apply for this position, please email a CV and covering letter to Dr Kimberly Te Winkle ( by 31st August 2018.