Panic at the Discourse, established in 2018, is an online Cultural Studies publication highlighting interdisciplinary intellectual investigations into existing social structures and groups, cultural practices, and forms of knowledge and their production. In particular, Panic seeks to support new and innovative ways of theorizing that do not necessarily fit within traditional frameworks.
Panic at the Discourse publishes articles and reviews of books, digital media, music, films, television, art, or events. The works published attempt to highlight relations of power, social justice, and social change that are an inherent part of Cultural Studies analysis. While accepting works from all researchers, the publication specifically offers opportunities for graduate students and early-career professionals to contribute works of critical analysis and cultural critique.