The Journal of Badiou Studies is a multi-lingual, peer-reviewed, no-fees, open-access journal dedicated to the philosophy of Alain Badiou. The journal publishes original articles and reviews, in print and online, that critically engage with all aspects of Badiou’s thought as well as debates that intersect with his work. The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for those interested in Badiou’s philosophy to come together, share ideas, and engage in productive dialogue.
The Journal of Badiou Studies was founded at the University of Leeds (UK) in 2012 by Michael J. Kelly and Arthur Rose. The journal is currently run by an international and interdisciplinary team of editors covering the full breadth of Badiou’s work. The editorial structure broadly reflects the topography of Badiou’s theoretical system with editors for art, love, politics, science, and an additional editor for reviews and as those topics and aspects of Badiou’s work which fall outside these domains (e.g., anti-philosophy, theology, religion, etc.).