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Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
2012 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score: 0.319

Edited by Norman K. Denzin, renowned author and Co-Editor of the Handbook of Qualitative Research and Co-Editor of Qualitative Inquiry, Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies publishes peer-reviewed research articles, critical analyses of contemporary media representations, autoethnography, poetry, and creative non-fiction. Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies provides an explicit forum for the intersections of cultural studies, critical interpretive research methodologies, and cultural critique.

Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies
is an interdisciplinary quarterly publication drawing from those scholarly traditions in the social sciences and the humanities which are premised on a critical, performance-based cultural studies agenda. Preference is given to experimental, risk-taking manuscripts which are at the intersection of interpretive theory, critical methodology, culture, media, history, biography and social structure.

The mandate for this interdisciplinary, international journal is to move methods talk in cultural studies to the forefront, into the regions of moral discourse. The arrows that connect the two sides of our title designate this dialogical relationship between inquiry, critique, and methodological practice. Works will take up such methodological and moral issues as the local and the global, text and context, voice, writing for the other, and the presence of the author in the text.

The commitment to imagine a more democratic society has been a guiding feature of cultural studies from the very beginning. Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies understands that the discourses of a critical cultural studies methodology are basic to any effort to re-engage the promise of the social sciences and the humanities for democracy in the 21st Century.


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Frequency: Bi-monthly eISSN: 1552-356X ISSN: 1532-7086
Months of Distribution: February , April , June , August , October , December Current Volume: 15 Current Issue: 3
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