Appearing quarterly since 1936, Science & Society is the longest continuously published Marxist scholarly journal in the world. Its intellectual coverage includes social and political theory, first-order historical research, economics, philosophy, theoretical foundations in the natural sciences, literature, and the arts. In both general issues, and special issues devoted to particular topics, the journal provides serious analysis of the contemporary human condition and visions of social alternatives, and contributes to the continuing critical redevelopment of the Marxist tradition.
Renate Bridenthal, Ying Chen*, Russell Dale*, Raju Das, Frank T. Fitzgerald, Barbara Foley*, Julio Huato*, Timothy V Johnson, Sharryn Kasmir, David Laibman*, Nana Liu, Gerald Meyer, Paul Mishler*, Kristin Munro*, Deborah Mutnick, John P. Pittman, William I. Robinson, Juan Rodriguez Barrera*, Rachel Rubin*, Shana Russell, David Schwartzman, Alan Shandro, Gregory Slack, Jim Smethurst*, Lise Vogel*, Alan Wald, Zhun Xu*
*Manuscript Review Committee
Younes Abouyoub, Tom Brass, Karen Brodkin, Paul Browne, Paul Buhle, John Callaghan, Alex Callinicos, Al Campbell, Alan Carling, Blanche Wiesen Cook, Teresa Ebert, John Ehrenberg, Steve Ellner, Roberta Garner, Martha Gimenez, Ellen Hazelkorn, John Hoffman, Justin Holt, E. K. Hunt, Roger Keeran, Kimberly Macellaro, August H. Nimtz, Bertell Ollman, Mel Rothenberg, Julius Sensat, Ednaldo A. Silva, Tony Smith, Mark Solomon, Hobart A. Spalding, Jr., Margaret Stevens, Yanis Varoufakis, Basil Wilson
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The impact factor of this journal is 0.766 and the 5-year impact factor is 0.713 [2019 Journal Impact Factor, Journal Citation Reports® (Clarivate 2020)].