Ethics & International Affairs, the journal of the Carnegie Council, seeks a part-time intern for the spring. The goal of the journal is to bridge the gap between theory and practice by integrating rigorous thinking about principles of justice and morality into discussions of the practical policy dilemmas that frequently arise in global politics. The journal publishes articles in three broad theme areas: ethics, war, and peace; global social justice; and religion in politics.
Location - NYC
This is an unpaid internship. School credit can be arranged and a transportation stipend of $25 a day will be provided. We require a minimum commitment of 15-20 hours a week during the semester. The intern is an integral part of the editorial team and receives a place on the journal’s masthead.
- Managing the peer-review process
- Assisting with administrative duties (e.g., ordering and tracking books for review; corresponding with authors regarding biographical notes and abstracts; drafting and mailing postproduction correspondence with journal contributors, publishers of reviewed books, and advertisers; identifying and tracking potential peer reviewers)
- Researching information on topics relevant to manuscripts for publication in the journal
- Depending on skill level, suggesting revisions of manuscripts for publication
- Proofreading revised manuscripts, journal articles, and website content
- Providing staff support at Carnegie Council events
Candidates MUST be graduate students (or possess a graduate degree) in International Affairs, Political Science, Philosophy, International Law or related areas; have a solid understanding of normative and empirical issues in international relations, global policy, and economics; excellent writing skills; attention to detail; strong Web and electronic database research skills; and excellent familiarity with Microsoft Word. Candidates are strongly encouraged to gain general familiarity with the substance of the journal.
How to Apply
Apply at www.ethicsandinternationalaffairs.org
Deadline - December 2, 2016