"Studies in Social and Political Thought" Journal Re-Launch

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Type: 
Online Digital Resources
Location: 
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Humanities, Intellectual History, Philosophy, Political Science

The Studies in Social and Political Thought editorial board is delighted to announce the re-launch of our journal in its new electronic form, as well as our inaugural special issue on “Pathologies of Recognition.” As part of a major revamp, we have recently switched from the print version of our journal to the online Open Journal Systems publication platform.

 

Studies in Social and Political Thought is a student run journal based in the University of Sussex’s Centre for Social and Political Thought. The journal has a dual purpose: first, fostering developments in the inter-disciplinary areas of social and political thought and, second, serving as a publishing platform for junior academics.

 

Past issues have featured articles by well-respected figures such as William Outhwaite and Stefan Muller-Doohm as well as the first publications of a number of promising junior academics. Although student run, we try to ensure highest standards and best quality publishing. We have attracted a prestigious panel of leading scholars in social and political thought for our international advisory board, including: Martin Jay of UC Berkeley, Robert Pippin of the University of Chicago, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak of Columbia University, Seyla Banhabib of Yale University, Simon Jarvis of the University of Cambridge, William Outhwaite of the University of Newcastle, Homi Bhabha of Harvard University, Adriana Cavarero of the University of Verona, Alessandro Ferrara of the University of Rome, Axel Honneth of the University of Frankfurt and Fredric Jameson of Duke University.

 

url: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/ojs/index.php/sspt/index

 

Contact Info: 

Studies in Social and Political Thought Editorial Committee

Centre for Social and Political Thought

University of Sussex

Brighton BN1 9RH

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