Editors Sought: New Edition of the Sourcebook of Family Theory and Methods
The Theory Construction and Research Methods workshop and the Research and Theory section are seeking editors for a new edition of the Sourcebook of Family Theory and Methods. The Sourcebook is an edited volume project showcasing in-depth review and update of traditional family theories and methods, and cutting-edge statements of emerging theories and methods. Since the 1960s, it is one of the foundational resources on theory and methods in the field of Family Science.
A team of editors will develop a framework for the volume, determine the topics and quantity of chapters; recruit, select, and provide editorial support for authors; develop a prospectus and submit to publishers; manage budget; and liaison with NCFR and TCRM throughout the development of the project.
The editors will be chosen by a selection committee, consisting of Katherine Allen (previous co-editor), Libby Blume (current editor of JFTR), and Ron Sabatelli (previous author in two earlier sourcebooks).
Please submit a one-page letter with explanation of interest and relevant experiences, and a recent CV, to Ron Sabatelli ([email protected]).
Application deadline: Review of applications begins on March 1, 2017.