Issues

We have lately had technical problems with the links to some of the issues and individual articles, one result of which has been the loss of some of the images of covers. The link below the details of each issue will take you to the web-page for the relevant issue, where you’ll find a full list of the issue’s contents. the links to these have now been restored. However, if you find that a link doesn’t work or takes you to the wrong article or abstract, please contact us at skepsi@kent.ac.uk. We hope to restore the images to this page before too long.

The latest issue of Skepsi, ‘The Secret in Contemporary Theory, Society and Culture’ is now available. Please click on the cover, below, to read the full issue or see the ‘current issue’ page to access each article directly.

 

On this page you can access previous and current issues of Skepsi. Please right click on the cover to access the issue you would like to read. All issues are available for viewing in hard copy at Templeman Library, University of Kent. Please click HERE for the full record, classmark, and other information.

new Skepsi cover

 

Volume 7,
Summer 2016

 

The Secret in Contemporary Theory, Society, and Culture

vol 7 full issue with cover

Volume VI,
Winter 2014–2015

Volume V, Issue 2
Autumn 2013

Apocalypse and Ghosts

Cradled in Caricature

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Volume V, Issue 1
Autumn 2012

Volume IV, Issue 2
Winter–Spring 2011–2012

(De)Parsing Bodies

Miscellanea

Volume IV, Issue 1
Summer 2011

Volume III, Issue 2
Winter 2010

Feminisms: The Evolution

Pharmakon: Literature and Violence

In Collaboration with UoK’s School of English

Volume III, Issue 1
Summer 2010

Volume II, Issue 2
Autumn 2009

Bad Behaviour
in Medieval
and Early Modern Europe

Ambiguities:
Destabilising Preconceptions


In Collaboration with MEMS

Volume II, Issue 1
Spring 2009

Volume I, Issue 1
Autumn 2008

Considerations of Audience
in Medieval and
Early Modern Studies

Graft and Transplant:
Identities in Question

In Collaboration with MEMS

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