The Society is delighted to announce the appointment of a new Editorial Board for our academic journal Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
The new board has been appointed following an open application process and will support the journal’s editors over the next two years, setting the strategic direction of the journal, adapting editorial guidelines, and promoting the journal and its papers to prospective readers and authors.
The board will also provide an active editorial role within the journal, under the guidance and mentorship of the journal’s editors, allowing them to gain experience in an editorial role ready for applications to editorial positions in the future.
The journal’s new board members are:
Dr Markus Breines, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Dr James Esson, Loughborough University
Dr Sam Halvorsen, Queen Mary University London
Dr Jessica Hope, St Andrews University
Dr Mikko Jorenen, Tempere University
Dr Sin Yee Koh, Monach University Malaysia
Dr Sneha Krishnan, University of Oxford
Dr Karen Lai, Durham University
Dr Jessica McLean, Macquarie University
Dr Louise Reid, St Andrews University
We want to wish the board well in their role, and look forward to working with them over the coming years.
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank both the previous editorial board, as well as Professor Jo Little, University of Exeter, who completed a six-year term as editor of Transactions, at the end of 2021.
Find out more about the Transactions Editorial Board and the Society’s journals
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