TIS Editorial Board Expands

Four new editors are joining the Editorial Board of TIS, your open-access peer-reviewed academic journal.

Following publication of the first three issues of TIS, the Editorial Board—Shelby Shapiro (General Editor), Amanda Haste (Humanities Editor) and Joan Cunningham (STEM Editor)—sought additional editors to expand the range of academic specialties serving the journal to accommoodate the diverse and increasing journal submissions.

The following four scholars accepted invitations to join the Editorial Board:

Tula Connell, Ph.D., is an historian of the United States focusing on 20th century labor and social movements. Dr. Connell has worked in labor communications for 25 years, including at the AFL-CIO and SEIU, and currently is Senior Communications Officer at the Solidarity Center, an international labor rights organization.

Dorothy J. Della Noce, Ph.D., J.D., is assistant editor, member of the Editorial Board, and member of the Editorial Review Board, for Online Learning, the journal of the Online Learning Consortium. She has served on the Editorial Board of Mediation Quarterly from 1996 to 2001, as well as on the Editorial Board of Conflict Resolution Quarterly from 2007 to 2009, and as guest editor for a special issue of Mediation Quarterly. In 2013, Dr. Della Noce founded The Academic Writing Coach.

Laurie Schiller, Ph.D., a retired lecturer from Northwestern University, has written extensively on Africa and the Middle East as well as the U.S. Civil War and has conducted field work in Kenya’s Nyanza Province on comparative Luo political systems.

Tim Woolley, Ph.D., is a British Methodist minister whose research interests include the field of nineteenth-century British Methodism, the Holiness Movement, Revivalism and Nonconformity. His article and reviews have been published in in Wesley and Methodist Studies, The Wesleyan Theological Journal, Holiness, The Ranter’s Digest and H-Pietism.

TIS uses a double-blind peer review process, with each manuscript submitted to at least two, and often three, peer reviews. Editors’ duties involve assigning reviewers for each paper submitted within their own specialism, following up on peer reviews, assembling them for the author’s revisions, and repeating the process once revised, until the reviewers and editors are satisfied that the paper is in its best possible form and fit for publication in TIS.