Launched on Inauguration Day 2017, the first volume of The Transpartisan Review series invited transpartisan writers, educators, and leaders to share their perspectives on a wide variety of issues and topics.
From Executive Editors A. Lawrence Chickering & James S. Turner
The Transpartisan Review is a digital journal of politics, society, and culture, exploring the apparent disintegration of the traditional political order and the emergence of a new, transpartisan perspective.
The Transpartisan Review, Issue One
The first issue of The Transpartisan Review focuses on a distinct transpartisan moment of change — Inauguration Day 2017 — and the issues dominating so many conversations across the United States. (more details)
The Transpartisan Review, Issue Two
In the second issue of The Transpartisan Review, we explore how broad ideas and social forces are shaping our political institutions and our choice of leaders, including President Donald Trump. (more details)
The Transpartisan Review, Issue Three
The third issue of The Transpartisan Review visits the word “transpartisan” with a few of the key figures behind this publication. John Steiner and Joan Blades join the editors in sharing what transpartisan means to them. (more details)
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