Comitatus is the graduate research journal sponsored by the CMRS-CEGS, featuring the work of graduate students and recent PhDs in any field of medieval or Renaissance studies. The annual journal is distributed internationally to libraries and individuals and is part of the Project MUSE online collection.
The Comitatus Editor organizes and oversees the Editorial Board’s evaluation of all submissions, runs the annual Editorial Board meeting, and collates and delivers editorial feedback for all submissions. Depending on availability and interest, the Editor may also help the Managing Editor with copyediting, proofreading, and other aspects of the journal’s production. Prospective Editors must have previously served on the Comitatus editorial board. The bulk of the Editor’s work will take place from March to May and August to September 2022. To be considered for the position, please request the Editor questionnaire from Allison McCann and return it by December 3, 2021. You will then be asked to complete two short editing exercises.
Members of the Editorial Board read and evaluate essay submissions to Comitatus. At the annual meeting of the Editorial Board, members discuss their evaluations and select the top eight papers to be published in that year’s volume. Board members can expect the bulk of their responsibilities to take place between March and May 2022. There is no limit to the number of members, and seats are filled with the aim of achieving broad, transdisciplinary representation. If you’d like to serve on the Comitatus 53 Editorial Board, please request the Editorial Board questionnaire from Allison McCann and return it by December 3, 2021.
Allison McCann PhD, CMRS-CEGS Publications Manager