About Politics & Poetics
Politics & Poetics is a peer-reviewed journal of the humanities that provides a forum for the rigorous, reasoned examination of politics and culture. By cultivating critical inquiry and constructive dialogue across academic disciplines and the history of thought, the journal aims to advance a fuller, clearer, and more integrated understanding of who we are and where we are headed.
Politics & Poetics invites high-quality submissions that engage with questions of interest both to specialists and to a wider academic audience. Authors should note the call for papers which indicates the theme of the forthcoming volume.
Politics & Poetics is a publication of the Canterbury Institute.
Editor in Chief: Dominic Burbidge (Faculty of Law, University of Oxford)
Editor: Connor Grubaugh (Oriel College, University of Oxford)
Editorial Assistant: Joel Byman (St Cross College, University of Oxford)
Founding Editor: Jonathan Price (Fellow of St Cross College and Pusey House, University of Oxford)