History of Intellectual Culture

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History of Intellectual Culture (ISSN 1492-7810) is an international peer-reviewed open access electronic academic journal that publishes original research on socio-historical ideas and ideologies and their relationships to community and state formation, physical environments, human and institutional agency, personal and collective identity, and lived experience. The journal was founded in 1999 by University of Calgary professors Dr. Paul Stortz and Dr. E. Lisa Panayotidis. It is published annually and includes sections on peer-reviewed articles, Forum and commentary pieces, and book and essay reviews. Its editorial board and board of consulting editors include major scholars in the field of social and intellectual history, philosophy, sociology, and policy. The journal has garnered a wide critical readership for its interdisciplinary, open access original articles that cover many areas in the field of intellectual history and thought.

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