Hedgehog Review


The Hedgehog Review


Publisher: Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, University of Virginia

Language: English

Country: United States

Frequency: 3 times a year

Subscription Fee: Yes, selected articles are available for free

In keeping with the Institute’s own mission and vision, the journal is
concerned with issues of contemporary cultural change and its
individual and social consequences. The Hedgehog Review exists to
bridge this gap between scholars by publishing pieces from across the
disciplines that have been written with just this kind of broad
readership in mind.

The Hedgehog Review, by asking questions at the heart of what it means
to be human in the twenty-first century, is crucial reading for those
in our society who are acutely aware of the dramatic social shifts
taking place. The Hedgehog Review is for all thoughtful citizens.

P-ISSN: 1527–9677

Editor: Emily Rose Gum

Email: hedgehog@virginia.edu

Start Year: 1999

Subject: Contemporary Culture

Date Posted: 28 February, 2013

Original posting date: 
Thursday, February 28, 2013
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