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Editorial Board

Board Members

Exchanges is supported and represented by members of an international, interdisciplinary Editorial Board.

Meet our current BoardLink opens in a new window.

Board membersLink opens in a new window (Editors) are normally recruited initially from Warwick and its partner institutions. However, membership is personal and follows individuals wherever they subsequently work.

All editors are trained, managed and supported by directly by the Editor-in-Chief (EIC).

Editorial Activities

Following the EIC's lead and direction each editor is responsible for conducting the initial editorial quality review to decide if submitted manuscripts are worth considering for publication.

For manuscripts submitted as research articles they also coordinate the peer-review processes, identifying and soliciting appropriate peer-reviewers and liaising between them and submitting authors. For editorially reviewed works they advise authors on required amendments and manuscript revisions, ahead of publication acceptance.

Editors therefore frequently conduct proactive communications with authors, reviewers and fellow editors. For all manuscripts which are accepted for publication, editors will format (copyedit) and finalise the text layout into Exchanges’ publication-ready format.

Editors must to conduct themselves within accepted norms of ethical practiceLink opens in a new window and journal policyLink opens in a new window within all related activities.

Promotion & Advocacy

Editors have an invaluable promotional role on behalf of Exchanges, satisfied via their peer networks and personal contacts. They promote the journal to a wider readership, crucially seeking and encouraging potential authors to submit their workLink opens in a new window to Exchanges. Hence, each editor acts as a ‘brand ambassador’ for the journal.

Policy & Advice

Editors will also be called upon to offer their professional insights, inform key journal decisions and support the EIC's leadership. They have the opportunity to help shape the journal's policy developmentsLink opens in a new window. Editors periodically meet for online meetings with other editors and the EIC to share experiences, knowledge and advice.

Mentoring & Support

As per Exchanges' developmental mission, established editors often mentor new editors and associate editors. They also support other editors in terms of identifying and suggesting suitable peer reviewers within their own institutions, or professional networks.