Advisory Board

An Advisory Board for the Cosmic Journal of Social Sciences (CJSS) could be composed of distinguished scholars from a variety of disciplines, including sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, geography, and psychology. The Board members should be experts in their respective fields and have a strong track record of publishing high-quality research. They should also be committed to the journal's mission of promoting interdisciplinary research on the social dimensions of cosmic exploration and space exploration.

Some potential members of the CJSS Advisory Board include:

  • Dr. John Logsdon, former Director of the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University
  • Dr. Marcia McNutt, former President of the National Academy of Sciences
  • Dr. Jill Tarter, former Director of the SETI Institute
  • Dr. Mae Jemison, former NASA astronaut and first African-American woman in space
  • Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and science communicator
  • Dr. Vandana Shiva, environmental activist and author
  • Dr. Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize-winning economist
  • Dr. Francis Fukuyama, political scientist and author
  • Dr. Amartya Sen, Nobel Prize-winning economist
  • Dr. Kwame Anthony Appiah, philosopher and author
  • Dr. Saskia Sassen, sociologist and author
  • Dr. Manuel Castells, sociologist and author
  • Dr. Arjun Appadurai, anthropologist and author

This is just a small sample of potential Advisory Board members. The CJSS should aim to recruit a diverse group of scholars with a wide range of expertise and perspectives. The Board should meet regularly to provide guidance to the journal's editors and to ensure that the journal is publishing the highest quality research on the social dimensions of cosmic exploration and space exploration.

In addition to the scholars listed above, the CJSS Advisory Board could also include representatives from government agencies, industry, and non-profit organizations involved in cosmic exploration and space exploration. This would help to ensure that the journal is publishing research that is relevant to the needs of the field.