Two publications from the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, an interdisciplinary research center and intellectual community at the University of Virginia, committed to understanding contemporary cultural change and its wide-ranging individual and social consequences.
The Hedgehog Review: Critical Reflections on Contemporary Culture is an interdisciplinary journal of critical reflections on contemporary culture, published three times a year by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. Each issue addresses a single theme with articles, interviews, book reviews, and a bibliography written by leading scholars from throughout the disciplines.
Launched in 2007, Culture is the Institute’s free biannual magazine that serves as a site for intellectual exchange and dialogue. Authored by the Institute’s staff, fellows, and alumni, as well as guest authors, Culture creates a lively forum for exploring the complex of meanings that informs and shapes our social world.