Founded in 1971 by the political scientists George Carey and James McClellan, The Political Science Reviewer, now a bi-annual journal, established itself as a vital venue for political theory in a field that had drifted away from its philosophical roots. The Political Science Reviewer is interested in an intellectually diverse approach to political theory and in promoting conversations across the field by encouraging political theorists of all stripes to engage each other’s work.
Sifting & Winnowing began as a student journal at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has since grown into an organization that plans an annual academic conference, publishes student academic writing, and works tirelessly to foster student involvement in the policy-making process.
Our organization embodies the twin traditions of Sifting & Winnowing and the Wisconsin Idea, and we believe that Wisconsin’s historical commitment to truth-seeking, academic freedom, and contributions to community make it an ideal place for students to share and refine their ideas while keeping our state at the forefront of civic dialogue.
VoegelinView is an interdisciplinary and international website dedicated to the thought of Eric Voegelin as well as to political philosophy as public commentary that includes all aspects of culture, including philosophy, religion, politics, society, science, education, and literature. It is also a resource for those who wish to learn more about Eric Voegelin’s own political thought.
Constitutional Studies publishes work from a variety of disciplines that addresses the theory and practice of constitutional government. The journal seeks work of the highest quality that expands our understanding of constitutional democratic institutions and the bases for their legitimacy, practices of constitutional self-government, formal and informal constitutional systems, approaches to constitutional jurisprudence, and related subjects.