Thesis Eleven publishes theories and theorists, surveys, critiques, debates and interpretations. The journal also brings together articles on place, region, or problems in the world today, encouraging civilizational analysis and work on alternative modernities from fascism and communism to Japan and Southeast Asia. Marxist in origin, post-Marxist by necessity, the journal is vitally concerned with change as well as with tradition.
Since it was established, the journal has published the work of some of the world's leading theorists including Niklas Luhmann, Alain Touraine, Immanuel Wallerstein, Martin Jay, Richard Rorty and Agnes Heller.
The identity of the journal, like its location, is multiple: European in the continental sense, but also transatlantic and colonial. The journal translates European social theory, mainstream and marginal, and it also takes theory from the margins of the world system to the centres.
A Multidisciplinary Perspective
Thesis Eleven is multidisciplinary, reaching across the social sciences and liberal arts (sociology, anthropology, philosophy, geography, cultural studies, literature and politics) and cultivating a diversity of critical theories of modernity across both the German and French senses of critical theory.
Each issue of the journal contains a review section including review articles and reviews of the latest publications in social theory.
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"Thesis Eleven isread around the world, as an exemplification of cosmopolitan theorizing at its best. Always original, always interdisciplinary, it has developed a unique, and uniquely valued, voice in global intellectual life." Jeffrey C. Alexander, Yale University, USA
"Thesis Eleven is a well established and internationally recognized journal in social and political theory; it publishes excellent and innovative papers of an interdisciplinary nature." Gerard Delanty, University of Sussex, UK
"Thesis Eleven is one of the few indispensable journals for those concerned with the contemporary social world and with the situation of social theory." Chamsy el-Ojeili, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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