Open Call for Editors, Contributors, and Team Members 2021

The Digital Orientalist is happy to announce its annual open call for editors, contributors, and team members. This year we are again looking to expand the content and fields on which we publish. We would be particularly excited to receive applications for new editors and contributors for the next academic year (2021-2022) from the following (or related) fields:

  1. African Studies.
  2. Central Asian Studies.
  3. Indian Studies.
  4. Islamic Studies.
  5. Japanese Studies.
  6. Korean Studies.
  7. South East Asian Studies.
  8. Oceania or Pacific Island Studies.

We are also happy to look at applications from candidates from other fields or for candidates to pitch their own ideas for the sort of content they would like to contribute.

As always positions on The Digital Orientalist’s team will be particularly attractive to graduate students and early career researchers, but are also open to senior academics. Editors will be expected to contribute 5-6 posts and contributors 3-4 posts between September 2021 and June 2022. In addition to new editors and contributors, we are also looking for people who are able to contribute guest posts or series of guests posts on the Digital Humanities in General, Islamic Studies, Japanology, Syriac Studies or any of the above noted fields.

If you would like to be part of the team, have something interesting to say and you want to reach an expanding global audience then please don’t hesitate to apply. Please use this google form to submit your CV and application, and send any queries to

Deadline for applications: Sunday 25th of July, 2021

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