Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society has been in continuous publication since 1996. It was founded by an international group of academics to provide a space where critical intellectuals from the fields of politics, cultural studies, and the humanities, as well as both academic and clinical psychoanalysts could engage in dialog to understand pressing social trends. A key underlying purpose of the journal is to explore issues of social justice and understand obstacles to progressive social change. All articles published in the journal are subjected to rigorous peer review from members of our distinguished Editorial Board and the final decision to publish rests with the editors. We welcome articles, commentaries, reviews, and shorter papers that address the intersection between psychoanalysis, culture, and society with particular reference to social and political issues, social justice, clinical praxis and political activism. All articles are subject to double-blind peer review.