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We are now accepting submissions for Volume 27 of disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory. The theme is Archives. See the Call for Papers for details.

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory is an annual thematic publication dedicated to investigating and stimulating interest in new directions in contemporary social theory. Volume 25, published in Spring 2016, explores the theme Transnational Lives and features the work of scholars and artists working across a variety of media and theoretical perspectives.

In Fall 2016, disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory became a No-Fee Open Access Journal. This means that the journal is freely available, allows the largely unrestricted use of its content, and does not charge publication fees. Content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (CC-BY-NC 4.0), meaning that interested parties are free to share and adapt published work, so long as they give appropriate credit to the author and the journal, indicate what changes were made (if any), and agree to not make commercial use of the work. This license is also retroactively applied to all content previously published by disClosure.

disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory - Volume 25, Transnational Lives

Current Volume: Volume 25 (2016) Volume 25: Transnational Lives

Full Issue



Editor's Preface & Acknowledgments
Ashley Ruderman and Catherine D. Gooch


Making A New Forest
Lina Tharsing


A Conversation with Mahmood Mamdani
Catherine D. Gooch and Ashley Ruderman


Cosmopolitanism, Migration, and Transnationalism: An Interview with Nina Glick Schiller
Lauren Copeland, Agata Grzelczak, and Pathmanesan Sanmugeswaran


Meaning in Metaphor: An Interview with Otto Santa Ana
Sheryl Felecia Means, Anna Stone, and Jonathan Tinnin


Translocational Social Theory After “Community”: An Interview with Floya Anthias
Matt Bryant Cheney, Lucía M. Montás, and James William Lincoln


Transnationalism, Xicanosmosis, and the U.S.-Mexico Border: An Interview with William Nericcio
Yorki J. Encalada Egusquiza, Catherine D. Gooch, and Joshua D. Martin