GRADUATE JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
during the autumn/winter 2008 and spring 2009, as a guest editor, i have worked with mia liinason on two special issues entitled: "queer methodologies". - two special issues dedicated to the issues of non-normativea my very recent project, also in a fresh new role of a web editor (permanently) and as a guest editor for the “queer methodologies” issues, december 2008. [see more on projects page
from the website:
aims at providing examples of and discussions over pluralism in methodology across the social sciences, thus building opportunities for progress through dialogue and reciprocal awareness.
In light of increasing interest in and need for interdisciplinary research, GJSS provides publishing opportunities for research papers falling outside the scope of traditional subject divisions.
GJSS encourages the increase of communication and constructive criticism amongst graduate students and established academics.
GJSS aims to facilitate dialogue across communities of social scientists by updating users about seminars, courses, conferences and other relevant events.
GJSS promotes the professional development of graduates within academia, by (i) encouraging awareness of publishing and editing skills among postgraduates; (ii) providing first-hand knowledge of publishing processes within academia; and (iii) providing updated information about funding and career opportunities.
GJSS encourages the participation of both Master and PhD students in the editorial board and the administration of the journal. This not only offers invaluable work experience but also an opportunity for designing and collaborating on a student-run journal."
leading head editor of two special issues: “queer cinema” 3(10)/2004, and “camp” 6(13)/2007,
the magazine was a students' cultural monthly, published by the institute of polish culture, warsaw university, pl.
for one season, from january till december 2003, i worked as the editor-in-chief of this monthly, managing team of five. we have covered fantastic range of issues. so much so that even one of them, written by anna gruszczynska on private commission, was later included in a much talked-about book on polish homophobia.