New Formations is recognised internationally for its cutting edge analysis of contemporary culture and politics. Articles in this peer-reviewed journal bring innovative and interdisciplinary perspectives to diverse and pressing areas of contemporary scholarship. The core intellectual remit of the journal is to publish original work that explores the uses of cultural theory for the analysis of political and social issues.

Latest Issue - 86: Sexism

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Introduction: sexism - a problem with a name
Sara Ahmed

Sexism as a means of reproduction: some reflections on feminism in the academy
Sarah Franklin

Previous Issue - 84/85: Societies of Control

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Control Societies: Notes for an Introduction - Jeremy Gilbert and Andrew Goffey

Post-Post-Fordism in the Era of Platforms - Robin Murray talks to Jeremy Gilbert and Andrew Goffey

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