Barricade: A Journal of Antifascism & Translation is housed at and supported by New York University’s Department of Comparative Literature and published by Cicada Press.
Our editorial collective consists of:
Call for Participation:
Barricade: A Journal of Antifascism and Translation is looking for a page designer to assist with laying out our print copy for the next issue. This position will likely last for the duration of the spring semester. While it is not a paid position (no positions at Barricade are), we will pay for the subscription to inDesign/Photoshop for the duration of the project, and you will be recognized in both the online and print version. The page designer will be responsible for laying out submissions following our established style guide and will work with our publisher to prepare the final copy for publication. Candidates will need to have familiarity with inDesign and a strong commitment to antifascism.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and attach a cv if you’re interested.
Barricade is seeking to expand its Editorial Collective.
This call for participation is open to translators, writers, educators and artists, with or without institutional affiliation. Responsibilities would include bilingual editorial review of submissions, according to linguistic competencies. Editors will be expected to provide comments, corrections and suggested revisions to translators and to work with translators to produce a publication-ready piece of writing.
The Barricade Editorial Collective follows a two-tiered structure that consists of Editorial Collective members and Editors-At-Large (EAL). Accepted applicants will serve for one journal edition cycle as an Editor-At-Large, working closely with an Editorial Collective member on preparing a submitted manuscript for publication. The Editor-At-Large is not expected to participate in Collective responsibilities. Upon successful completion of one issue of Barricade, the Editor-At-Large may be invited to join the Editorial Collective should they wish to do so.
To apply, please submit a CV, including a brief statement detailing your interest in the journal as well as a list of languages in which you have reading knowledge and with whose literary traditions you are familiar. Please also include in your statement a brief description of your philosophical attitude toward translation and your editorial style.
Send application materials to email@example.com, with “Editorial Board Application” in the subject line.