The Hedgehog Review

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The Hedgehog Review  
Discipline Cultural studies / Critical theory
Language English
Edited by Jay Tolson
Publication details
Publication history
1999 - present
Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture
University of Virginia (United States)
Frequency Triannually
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ISSN 1527-9677 (print)
2324-867X (web)
OCLC no. 42747231
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The Hedgehog Review is an interdisciplinary academic journal published triannually by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture (IASC) at the University of Virginia.

The journal features critical writing about cultural identity, citizenship, cultural change, and cultural diversity. Each issue adopts a theme, which the articles address in the form of essays, interviews, annotated bibliographies, and the like.

The Greek lyricist Archilochus provided the inspiration for the name of the journal, when he wrote this aphorism: "The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing." Part of the journal's mission statement is to strive "for both the breadth of the fox and the depth of the hedgehog."

External links

  • Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture

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