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Dear colleagues,
(and sorry crit-geog-members for double mailing),
plaNext - next generation planning (http://journals.aesop-planning.eu/),
the journal of AESOP Young Academics, is seeking a couple members for the
Editorial Board, details below.
I'd be happy fo chat informally for any doubt or question.
And a reminder that vol 3 (edited by me and Patsy Healey) is just out
<http://journals.aesop-planning.eu/volume-3/> and that we have an open call
for manuscripts <http://journals.aesop-planning.eu/call-for-papers/> (deadline
May 30).
Best wishes,
S.


The international open access journal plaNext––Next Generation Planning is
pleased to invite applications from prospective members to join its
Editorial Board. The new members are expected to make positive
contributions to the growth and advancement of plaNext. Our Editorial Board
members actively work in the management of the review process, submit
papers for publication in plaNext, act as peer reviewers and partake the
management of plaNext. The Board members work through a more alive and
informal process, and expect the new members to have the same spirits.

plaNext is AESOP peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality and original
research. plaNext is an online open access journal managed by the Young
Academics Network of AESOP. The fundamental approach taken by plaNext is to
provide prospective authors an opportunity to engage their ideas in
international planning debates as well as make their research available to
the wider planning audience.

Applications should be no more than one A4-page and should outline the
motivation for joining the Editorial Board. It may also present the
applicant’s academic publishing experience, and contribution to the Journal
as an Editorial Board member. Please e-mail your application to Dr Feras
Hammami, Editor-in-Chief, at [log in to unmask], with the
subject ‘plaNext Editorial Board Application 2017’, no later than 15th
April *2017*.

We look forward to receiving your application.



plaNext Editorial Board

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-- 
Simone Tulumello
*Post-doc research fellow, **ULisboa, **Instituto de Ciências Sociais*

*latest publications*:

Tulumello S. (2017) *Fear, Space and Urban Planning*. Springer (link
<http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319439365>) / Tulumello S Healey P
(2016) Questioning planning, connecting places and times. *plaNext special
issue* (link <http://journals.aesop-planning.eu/volume-3/>) / Tulumello S.
(2016) Toward a critical understanding of urban security within the
institutional practice of urbanplanning. *JPER *(link
<http://jpe.sagepub.com/content/early/2016/08/20/0739456X16664786.abstract>)
/ Tulumello S. (2016) Multi-level Territorial Governance and Cohesion
Policy. *EJSD* (link
<http://www.nordregio.se/Global/EJSD/Refereed%20articles/Refereed62.pdf>)

webpage <http://www.ics.ulisboa.pt/pessoas/simone.tulumello> / blog
<http://simonetulumello.wordpress.com/> / academia.edu
<http://unipa.academia.edu/SimoneTulumello> / flickr
<http://www.flickr.com/photos/simotulu/> / twitter

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