• An innovative transdisciplinary journal in the social sciences, examining the socio-political, cultural, historical and material processes, dynamics and structures of human experience
  • Addresses the processes by which subjectivities are produced, explores subjectivity as a locus of social change, and examines how emerging subjectivities remake our social worlds
  • Fills an important niche in psychology and related fields including cultural studies, sociology, social theory, geography, and anthropology