The Printed Issue
Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate is a peer-reviewed journal, published twice a year. Each issue consists of articles and a forum for discussion. The forum presents, for instance, research in progress, critical hypotheses, responses to articles published in Connotations and elsewhere, as well as to recent books.
There are two ways of receiving Connotations in the printed version:
To receive Connotations as a private person, you only have to become a member of the Connotations Society for Critical Debate. This society was founded in 1998 and is formed by the private subscribers to the journal. For more information on the Society and on how to become a member, just follow the link above.
The best way for Institutional subscribers is to directly get in contact with the publisher Waxman