Editorial Statute

Electra is an international quarterly of cultural, social, and political criticism, study, and reflection. It addresses all cultural areas, and fosters the dialogue and a fluid frontier between humanities and science, different artistic disciplines, and different cultural theories and practices.

Electra responds to the need for a cultural journal characterized by purpose, consistency, and impact, which are also our expectations.

Electra addresses topical issues, enquiring the spirit of the age, the trends, ideas, images, and mythologies that shape and move our times. The topical interest reaches beyond current events. The enquiry analyses, expounds, and compares.

Electra is a pluralist journal in what concerns ideas, contents, and authors. It benefits from a group of international contributors who are among the leading figures of contemporary thought, literature, arts, and sciences.

Electra invites writers who have an expert knowledge in their fields, and are equipped to venture in different areas, pursuits, and perspectives. The journal aims at rigorous and original approaches that a public interested in cultural issues would find engaging and enjoyable.

Electra is a contemporary journal that appeals to the mind and captivates the eye. The programmatic and the visual concepts suit, complement and reinforce each other.

Electra is governed by the deontological principles and professional ethics of journalism, which guarantee the journal’s integrity and its respect for the readers.

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