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Radical Society
Review of Culture and Politics

Editors: Rachel Neumann, Kira Brunner, Greg Smithsimon, Gina Neff, The Center for Social Research and Education, New York, USA
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Publication Details:
Volume 30, 2003, Quarterly
ISSN Print 1476-0851  ISSN Online

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Aims and Scope:

Radical Society : Review of Culture and Politics, formerly published as Socialist review, is a forum for radical and progressive politics, cultural dissent, political economy and international relations to be debated and explored. Passionate, critical, and unorthodox, Radical Society is a journal that challenges the notion of what it means to be on the left and helps define an alternative vision.

Radical Society's focus includes:

    • Indepth analysis of the concepts of human rights and international justice
    • Fresh and unconventional discussion of national and international politics and economies
    • A critical look at questions of race, gender, sexual orientation, class and the politics of everyday life
    • Incisive commentary on the media, art, film, and literature

Radical Society seeks to question and provoke, to provide a home for analysis and debate on the questions central to creating an alternative progressive vision and reality.

Abstracting Information:

Radical Society is abstracted and Indexed in the Alternative Press Index.

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