Welcome to the Graduate Inequality Review Journal, a student-led peer-reviewed publication connected to the Department of Social Policy and Intervention at the University of Oxford. We are dedicated to advancing the discourse on inequality in its various forms. As a multidisciplinary journal, we aim to bridge gaps between academics, practitioners, and policymakers by providing a forum for high-quality research and thought leadership in the topic of inequality.
Call for Editors
We are excited to announce a call for editors to all University of Oxford graduate students to join our dynamic team at the Graduate Inequality Review. This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students passionate about inequality and its impact on society to contribute to a community of researchers, practitioners, and advocates.
Roles and Responsibilities
Editors may be involved in one or more of the following roles and responsibilities, subject to their preference and/or experience.
- Assist in multiple rounds of article review and editing, ensuring scholarly rigour and a focus on inequality
- Work closely with authors to enhance the quality and clarity of submissions
Blog Content Creators:
- Write and edit thought-provoking articles for our blog, delving into pressing inequality issues
- Collaborate with guest contributors to offer diverse perspectives
Social Media Editors:
- Contribute to and edit posts for our social media channels, including Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook
- Engage with our online community to amplify the discourse around inequality
Annual Conference Organizers:
- Assist in the planning and execution of our Annual Conference on Inequality
- Coordinate with speakers, panelists, and attendees to ensure a successful and impactful event
- Enrollment as a graduate student at the University of Oxford
- A strong academic focus on inequality or related fields
- Previous editorial experience is preferred but not mandatory
- Ability to commit to a minimum one-year term, with a possibility for extension
The deadline for applications is 03 November 2023, 23:59 (11:59PM). No applications will be considered after the deadline.
We look forward to welcoming you to our dedicated team and working together to further the discourse and impact of research on inequality!