An interdisciplinary journal combining studies in humanities and social sciences, New Formations is a cultural theory journal on politics.
It examines political and social issues by applying the use of cultural theory in its analyses through the contributions of world-leading figures in their respective fields as well as researchers who are earlier in their careers.
Having established a strong reputation for itself since its initial publication in the 1980s, New Formations boasts an international profile and examines both historical and contemporary issues of dispute.
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New Formations is cutting edge in its subject matter and presentation, each issue focusing on a specific topic to examine and critique from a variety of authors who contribute detailed articles that innovate the application of cultural theory with every submission. Heavy use of footnotes and annotations are expected in an academic journal but New Formations helpfully publishes these in the margins for easy referencing. In addition at the back of the journal a section is dedicated to reviewing recent academic books on politics and cultural theory.
Not simply a host of recent academic pieces, New Formations also occasionally interviews researchers with a key connection to the latest journals theme offering a more direct insight into their research and thought processes. For those looking at the application of cultural theory in an interdisciplinary fashion alongside writings by researchers on every rung of the career ladder New Formations is a solid choice.