The Warwick Globalist is the highest quality student-run magazine at the University of Warwick. We aim to provide our readers with subjects and perspectives that might not otherwise be seen by our readers.
We look to cross the boundary between journalism and academia. We are looking for original, scholarly, critical, and accessible journalistic writing; engaging but supported by empiricism. The Warwick Globalist seeks to include a range of views, from across the political and social spectrum, engaging our readers with ideas they may otherwise not have considered.
As well as posting regular articles on our brilliant website, we publish three print magazines each year, each around a central theme. Previous themes include ‘The Politics of Sex’, ‘Resistance and Struggle’, ‘Climate Change – Feeling the Heat’, ‘Drugs – Drawing the Line’ and ‘Mind Matters – Mental Health in the Modern World’.
Our current theme is ‘Faces of Nationalism’.
We have regular meetings throughout the year: workshops, socials and launch events for each issue with a panel of speakers relevant to the theme. Previous speakers have included Benny Wenda (West Papuan Independence leader) Caroline Coon (founder of the charity Release), Camilla Born (of E3G) and Nick Dearden (director of Global Justice Now).
If you’d like to write for us email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short article proposal, setting out your arguments and giving us an idea of your writing style.
We are looking for submissions on our theme, the ‘Faces of Nationalism’, as well as to our regular sections;
- Arts & Culture
- Politics & Economics
- Science & Technology
- Perspective, our opinion section
- World of Warwick, which focuses on the local area
Please join our society here to donate and keep up to date.