The Hedgehog Review is published three times per year by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. In keeping with the Institute’s own mission and vision, the journal is concerned with issues of contemporary cultural change and its individual and social consequences.
Often the journals and magazines available to us are so specialized that the average, well read, engaged intellectual cannot find scholarship pertinent to them outside of their field. The Hedgehog Review exists to bridge this gap between scholars by publishing pieces from across the disciplines that have been written with just this kind of broad readership in mind.
Not a scholar? The Hedgehog Review, by asking questions at the heart of what it means to be human in the twenty-first century, is crucial reading for those in our society who are acutely aware of the dramatic social shifts taking place. The Hedgehog Review is for all thoughtful citizens.
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