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  • Editorial Statement
  • Keya Ganguly, Jochen Schulte-Sasse, and John Mowitt

Cultural Critique strives to publish the most innovative interdisciplinary cultural criticism. The journal appears three times a year, and two issues per year are devoted to specific topics. Periodically, we also publish "interventionist" essays and special issues of current interest. Additionally, in at least one issue each year, we publish articles grouped by foci (such as the "Normalization" focus of issue 57). Cultural Critique invites manuscript submissions as well as short review articles of noteworthy publications in contemporary cultural criticism and in cultural and/or intellectual history. The aim is to galvanize debates over matters of public concern to which scholars in the humanities and social sciences have not consistently had access.

Projected special issues include:

  • • Theories of Modernity/Modernization

  • • The Formation of Cultural Studies

  • • Cultural History/Intellectual History

  • • The Politics of the Irrational

  • • Residualisms (Media, Discourses, Histories)

  • • Materialism Now

  • • Edward Said

Foci planned for coming issues include: Masses and Media; Psychoanalysis and Cultural Studies; High Technology and Cultural Studies; After Interdisciplinarity.



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