The New Criterion

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Typemagazine
Founded 1982
Author(s) Unknown

The New Criterion (TNC) is a monthly magazine devoted to covering cultural issues; it was founded in 1982; circulation: 6,000. Described as: "The magazine is known for an artistic classicism and political conservatism that is rare among other publications of its type"[1]. A list of TNC's contributors.

TNC devotes significant space to pieces by leading neocons, e.g., Rachel Ehrenfeld, Brooke Goldstein, Steven Emerson, Frank J. Gaffney,Robert H. Bork, Daniel Kornstein, Robert Spence, Mark Steyn, etc. Although portraying and criticizing cultural issues, TNC also serves as a platform for discussing pet neocon topics, e.g., libel actions against neocon writers, the purported threat to freedom of speech in "the age of Jihad"[2], or how "tenured radicals" are corrupting US academia[3].

Editorial staff

Editors & Publishers

Executive Editor

Young Friends Advisory Board

Managing Editor

Associate Editor

Office Manager

Assistant to the Editors

Assistant to the Publishers

Affiliations

Speakers and writers of these organizations feature in the magazine and its events:

Contact, References and Resources

Contact

  • The New Criterion
  • 900 Broadway Suite 602
  • New York, New York 10003
  • USA

Resources


References

  1. The New Criterion: Profile, Accessed: 1 December 2008
  2. Free speech in the age of jihad, TNC
  3. Book by Roger Kimball featured on the TNC website