NPS Journal (Taylor & Francis)

New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture (NPS) 

New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture (NPS) is the official journal of the Caucus for a New Political Science (CNPS), an independent non-profit organization, and serves as an organ for its goals and interests. It focuses on developing analyses which reflect a commitment to progressive social change as well as those which are within exploratory phases of development in political science. The journal adopts the broadest possible definition of “politics,” and holds that political and cultural development cannot be understood in isolation from each other. 
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All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous double-blind peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing’ 
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Jocelyn Boryczka, Co-Editor
Fairfield University, USA
Sarah Surak, Co-Editor (Interim)
Salisbury, USA
Riley Barrett, Managing Editor
Independent Scholar, Switzerland 
Robert Kirsch, Reviews Editor (Interim)
Arizona State University, USA

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Endorsements for New Political Science :
“I’m always eager to flip through the pages of New Political Sciencewhen it arrives, and then to hunker down to read some of the breakthrough articles, especially the ones on new currents in political theory.” 
Frances Fox Piven, The City University of New York

“It’s hard to imagine the future of progressive world politics without regularly consulting the cutting-edge articles published in this leading journal of the global democratic Left.” 
Manfred Steger, Professor of Global Studies and Director of the Globalism Research Centre at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology