Theory & Event
Published/Hosted by Johns Hopkins University Press.
Theory & Event chronicles creative political thought in the humanities and the social sciences. It features Essays and other forms of writing and representation, including poetry, photos, montage, hypertext links, and as the medium matures, video and sound, that address the power of sovereignty, territory and government; old, new, and emerging forms of identity; and the politics of representation as it appears in elections, protest, commodities, and high and popular cultures. It encourages contributions that are both rigorous and lively, and that are attentive to scholarship without sacrificing creativity or timeliness.
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