I figured before I post my first post, I should follow Jonathan’s lead and introduce myself.
My name is Sara L. Uckelman, and I recently joined the editorial board of the Journal of Logic, Language, and Information as an associate editor (recently enough that the journal’s webpage doesn’t yet reflect this). JoLLI is in some respects less philosophical than some of the other journals that are represented here in this blog, but it publishes a wide range of papers on applied philosophical logic and at the intersection of linguistics, philosophy, and logic, and so I hope my credentials as an “editor of a philosophy journal” are adequate! 🙂
Like JoLLI, my own research spans a diverse set of topics. I am primarily a logician, but my interests range from the development of logic in the 11th-14th centuries in western Europe, to argumentation theory and dialogue systems, to mathematical modal logic, to the logic of reasoning in dynamic multi-agent systems, and back again to the interface between logic/argumentation and language/semantics. As an editor, I’ve found my varied interests and personal connections in many different areas have been helpful when it comes to finding referees for papers which are not necessarily in my field of expertise.