Pitt Political Review

Description: 

The Pitt Political Review is dedicated to rigorous discussion

of politics on the local, national, and global levels. Our

intention is to publish non-partisan writing that analyzes

issues, events and personalities, assuming nothing of the

reader but a common interest in the subject. Our goal is to

contribute to the lively political discourse at Pitt and

beyond.

Driven by the ambitious vision and initiative of

undergraduates, the University Honors College (UHC) added a

new magazine to its publications in April 2005. Its creators

sought to publish an undergraduate magazine committed to a

serious discourse on politics and policy but not beholden to a

partisan point of view. Hoping to avoid a narrow focus of

opinion, they sought submissions that provided discussion of

issues - even complex issues - like those published at other

colleges and universities.

Pitt Political Review stresses a multidisciplinary approach to all issues.

Editor: Kelly Posenau

Start Year: 2011 (for online archive)

Subject: Politics

Date Posted: 5 March, 2013

Frequency: 
Biannual
Open Access: 
Yes
E-ISSN: 
2160-5807
Original posting date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
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