ReVision was founded in 1978 by Jack Crittenden, in part as a successor to the pioneering journal /Main Currents in Modern Thought. Its founding editor was followed by Ken Wilber and several generations of editors.
The present sixth generation of editors consists of Jurgen Kremer (editor) and executive editors Matthew Bronson, Karen Jaenke, Alfonso Montuori, and Beverly Rubik, with Robert Jackson-Paton as managing editor.
ReVision is in its 30th year of publication. Beginning with volume 30 ReVision is part of ReVision Publishing of the Society for Shamanism, Healing, and Transformation. See ReVision Publishing Website
ReVision Mission Statement
With a commitment to the future of humanity and the Earth, ReVision emphasizes the transformative dimensions of thought and practice. ReVision advances inquiries and reflections especially focused on the fields presently identified as anthropology, psychology, philosophy, religion, social theory, science, and the arts.
We seek to explore new models of transdisciplinary, interdisciplinary, multicultural, dialogical, and socially engaged inquiry, as well as ancient ways of knowing to bring such work to bear on what appear to be the fundamental issues of our times through written and artistic modalities.
In the interests of renewal and fresh vision, we strive to engage in conversation a diversity of perspectives and discourses, which often been kept separate, including those identified with terms such as indigenous and nonindigenous; Western and Eastern, Northern and Southern; feminine and masculine; intellectual, practical, artistic, and spiritual; young and old.
The issues in vol. 30 will address themes of Revisioning ReVision and Transformative Leadership; subsequent issues will explore the impact of trauma and other fundamental issues of our time.
For article submissions, subscriptions, and other questions contact Jurgen Kremer