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Studies in Social and Political Thought is a peer-reviewed, biannual journal produced by postgraduate students, many of whom are based at the University of Sussex,UK.

The journal seeks to foster and promote interdisciplinarity in social and political thought, in addition to providing a publishing platform to junior academics. The journal is presently produced and supported by the Centre for Social and Political Thought at the University of Sussex. Our international advisory board includes Robert Pippin, Axel Honneth, Seyla Benhabib, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Fredric Jameson, Homi Bhabha, Alessandro Ferrara, William Outhwaite, Simon Jarvis, Shadia Drury, Martin Jay, Adriana Cavarero, James Gordon Finlayson, Robert Goodin, and Andrew Chitty.

We are currently soliciting papers for SSPT 20. The deadline for submissions is December 21st, 2012. SSPT is unique in its dedication to helping postgraduate researchers and early stage academics find a publishing outlet. We encourage those working in the broad areas of social and political thought to submit their work for consideration.

Articles should be 5,000-7,000 words. Style guidelines are available via our website:

Please send your submissions or address any queries to




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The Institute for Critical Theory, Duke University, presents a day long conference

Eurocentrism or Euro-Crisis?

With special guest Perry Anderson and:

Alan Cafruny, Hamilton College
Anne Garetta, Duke University
Michael Hardt, Duke University
Martin Jay, U. C. Berkeley
Fredric Jameson, Duke University
Roberto Dainotto, Duke University
Philippe Lancon, Visiting Professor Duke University
Federico Luisetti, UNC Chapel Hill
Giovanni Zanalda, Duke University
Firat Oruc, Duke University

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Saturday, March 27, 115 Friedl Building
Morning panel 10:00 am
Afternoon panel resumes at 2:30

Coffee/lunch provided

Co-sponsored by the Franklin Institute for the Humanities

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