Editor-in-Chief, Philosophy of Science

The Governing Board of the Philosophy of Science Association invites nominations for the position of Editor-in-Chief of the Association’s journal, Philosophy of Science. The editorship would be assumed in the Summer of 2009.

Founded in 1934, Philosophy of Science is currently published five times a year by the University of Chicago Press, with copyright retained by the Philosophy of Science Association. The Editor-in-Chief of Philosophy of Science is responsible for selecting manuscripts for publication in Philosophy of Science, supervising the Philosophy of Science editorial office, and editing the journal’s regular issues. The Editor-in-Chief must hold a tenured academic appointment, have a distinguished research record in philosophy of science, and be capable of judicious and prompt interaction with contributors. Further, the Editor-in-Chief will be affiliated with an institution able to join the Philosophy of Science Association in providing material and financial support for the Philosophy of Science editorial office. For more information concerning Philosophy of Science and its editorship, see the Philosophy of Science Information Sheet at http://www.philsci.org/journal/phos-info.pdf.

Nominations for the Editor-in-Chief of Philosophy of Science should briefly summarize the nominee’s qualifications for the editorship and provide the nominee’s contact information. Email-submitted nominations are preferred. Please submit nominations to

Gary Hardcastle Philosophy of Science Editor-in-Chief Search and Selection Committee Department of Philosophy Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania 400 East Second Street Bloomsburg, PA 17815 [email protected]

Self-nominations are welcomed. Nominations received by August 20, 2008, will receive full consideration of the committee. Questions concerning nominations or the editorship would be directed to Gary Hardcastle at [email protected].