Working with academic journals

Oxford Art Journal

The Oxford Art Journal has an international reputation for publishing innovative critical work in art history and has played a major role in recent rethinking of the discipline. It is committed to the political analysis of visual art and material representation from a variety of theoretical perspectives, and has carried work addressing themes from Antiquity to contemporary art practice. Bourchier copy-edits the article manuscripts and featured book reviews.

Voluntaristics Review, edited by David Horton Smith (Brill USA)

Engaged as copy-editor from the journal’s inception in 2015, Bourchier also assisted in creating the journal’s style guidelines. The title, Voluntaristics Review, offers a new label for this interdisciplinary field, which focuses on various aspects of voluntaristics as an international and interdisciplinary field and as an emerging academic discipline.

Academic journals

Our team of experienced editors are subject specialists in their own right and provide a peer-to-peer service to academic journals. We currently have specific expertise in:

  • Art History
  • Asian Studies
  • Economics
  • History
  • Literary Criticism
  • The Middle East
  • Politics
We are accustomed to tight deadlines and provide a fast turnaround service.

  • “Thanks for you hard work on the Year’s Work Elizabeth, and I hope the experience for you was such that you will work with us on next year’s volume as well.”

    Masja Horn, Acquisitions Editor, Brill, The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies
  • “All the authors and editors have appreciated the Bourchier team’s keen eye and thorough editing … making collaborating a valuable pleasure.”

    Victoria Menson, Assistant Editor, Brill, Voluntaristics Review
  • “Thanks for the great help and guidance. It has been a great pleasure working with you. We are very pleased with the outcome and the contribution."

    Karel Kool, Professor of European Competitiveness at INSEAD
  • “Thanks again for the great job you did on our last paper.”

    Stine Jessen Haakonsson, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School