International Journal of Žižek Studies

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International Journal of Žižek Studies  
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Discipline Philosophy, critical theory
Language English, Polish
Edited by Paul Taylor, David Gunkel
Publication details
Publisher
International Journal of Žižek Studies
Publication history
2007–present
Frequency Quarterly
Yes
Indexing
ISSN 1751-8229
OCLC no. 85773857
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The International Journal of Žižek Studies was established in 2007 as a scholarly outlet for a diverse range of perspectives and disciplinary approaches to the work of Slavoj Žižek, a Slovenian critical philosopher and cultural theorist who applied a mix of German Idealist philosophy and Lacanian psychoanalytical theory to a range of cultural and political topics.[1][2] The open access journal is edited by Paul A. Taylor[3] and David Gunkel and publishes non-English original articles and/or translations. The journal was inspired by other open access publications, particularly the International Journal of Baudrillard Studies.[4]

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