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  • South Atlantic Quarterly

    Academic Editor(s): Michael Hardt
    Current Volume: 113
    Frequency: Quarterly
    ISSN: 0038-2876
    e-ISSN: 1527-8026
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    Box 90660
    Durham, NC 27708-0660
    919-687-3657
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    saq@dukeupress.edu

    Editor:
    Michael Hardt, Duke University

    Managing Editor:
    Stacy Lavin

    Editorial Board:
    Srinivas Aravamudan
    Rey Chow
    Roberto M. Dainotto
    Fredric Jameson
    Ranjana Khanna
    Wahneema Lubiano
    Walter D. Mignolo
    Kenneth Surin
    Kathi Weeks
    Robyn Wiegman

  • SAQ uses an all-special-issue, guest-edited format that precludes the submission of unsolicited manuscripts. Proposals for special issues from potential guest editors are welcome, though, and should be sent to the editor at SAQ, Duke University, Box 90660, Durham, NC 27708-0660; phone: 919-687-3644; fax: 919-688-5595; saq@dukeupress.edu.

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    Summer 2014 (113:3) - Closes 05/12/14
    Fall 2014 (113:4) - Closes 08/12/14
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  • Description

    The South Atlantic Quarterly, founded amid controversy in 1901, provides bold analyses of the current intellectual scene, both nationally and worldwide. Published exclusively in special issues, this vanguard centenarian journal features some of the most prominent contemporary writers and scholars and tackles urgent political, cultural, and social questions. Some issues grow out of current academic debates, concerning, for example, the nature of intellectual labor or the state of theory today, while other issues focus on international social and political questions. Starting with the 2011 volume, each issue of SAQ will feature a second thematic section composed of short essays that engage a topic of contemporary political importance. The title of this section, “Against the Day,” is meant to highlight both the modes of resistance and the specific occasion that the essays address.

    "It's not easy to be both daring and indispensable, but SAQ has consistently been both. It has stretched its readers politically and geographically, setting a distinctive standard for its seriousness of thought and worldliness of topics."—Bruce Robbins, Columbia University

    "Among the countless journals now bidding for our scarce attention, SAQ is a sure bet. Quite simply one of the best sources of new ideas in political thought, social motion, and human mentality."—Andrew Ross, New York University

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