About the GCAS Review
The GCAS Review is a new journal of interdisciplinary studies and critical cultural engagement. We focus on integrating scholarship in the humanities, social and political sciences, religious studies, critical theory, and philosophy to provide insight on the most vexing questions of the world today. We synthesize specialized knowledge both in and outside academia with public intellectuals, sustainability theorists, artists, coders, hackers, and designers.
The GCAS Review is a publication of the GCAS academic community. We publish articles by double-blind submission in the Peer-Reviewed Section for original academic work, the Magazine section for general audiences, and the Book Review section for original commentary on the latest publications. We also allow submissions to be made with pseudonyms allowing all to participate without worry of reprisal for sharing their ideas.
Executive Editor: Thomas Hampton
Executive Editor: Erica Kitzman
Magazine Editor: Anna White
Editor: Susannah Livingston
Editor: Miguel Solano
We are still recruiting Peer-Review Editors. Inquire here.
Robert von Dassanowsky
The Global Center for Advanced Studies (GCAS) was founded in 2013 by over 100 leading philosophers and intellectuals committed to a new educational horizon. We offer a space fully designed to offer students and faculty a vibrant and courageous alternative to traditional and prohibitively expensive advanced degrees with the aim of equipping students and researchers with the skills to transition into a clean-energy, planet sustainable and a more democratic future in which harmony is restored with our environment. Our College is not accredited but we currently self-award a PhD degree in Social and Political Thought. GCAS will be launching our BA and MA programs in September 2019 in the discipline of Innovation & Philosophy. We are pursuing accreditation in the European Union. For more experimental class formats, we also have an E-school.
We are the first degree granting research institute and college in modern history founded, organized and led by world-leading intellectuals, academics, writers, artists, and entrepreneurs on blockchain and co-owned by graduates.