A Journal for Research on the Life, Work, and Legacy of Hannah Arendt
James Barry, Editor
Arendt Studies is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the study of the life, work, and legacy of Hannah Arendt. It publishes original research articles, review essays, and book reviews, and welcomes contributions from all relevant areas, including philosophy, politics and international relations, history, Jewish studies, women's and gender studies, postcolonial theory, critical race theory, and literary theory. The editorial team is committed to diversity and inclusion, and welcomes submissions tackling such issues as race and racism, gender and sexuality, exclusion and marginalization, and structural injustices. The Journal is interested in all areas of inquiry opened up by Arendt's questions, including the philosophical dimensions of her work that illuminate pressing issues of our time.
Online First (forthcoming articles)
Current Issue + Archive
Contributors include Adriana Cavarero, Dana Villa, Peg Birmingham, Robert P. Crease, Wolfgang Heuer, Ronald Beiner, Richard King, Celso Lafer, Annabel Herzog, Larry May, and Andrew Benjamin.
"Arendt Studies has quickly become an indispensable meeting-point for scholars in conversation with the thought of Hannah Arendt from across the humanities and humanistic social sciences."
— Patchen Markell, Dept of Government, Cornell University
"Arendt Studies is my go-to location for scholarly expertise on her writing and her archive, and for the new political and moral thinking her work continues to inspire."
— Lyndsey Stonebridge, Dept of English Literature, University of Birmingham, UK.
· ISSN 2574-2329 (print) · Annual · Print + online · Established 2017 ·
· ISSN 2474-2406 (online) · All issues online · Additional access via JSTOR ·
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