Published since 2010, the Political Studies Review - PSR (ISSN 2177-2851) is a journal with double-blind peer review system, whose multidisciplinary scope covers works in Political Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology, Law and Philosophy. Published twice a year, it features articles by national and foreign authors, whether in issues organised as a compilation or in the form of thematic dossiers, in which unity is verified by the presence of a political element in the analysis and interpretations. Issues also include sections dedicated to interviews, essays, translations and/or art criticism, and to critical reviews of academic works published for up to 2 (two) years.

The PSR's aim is to publicize works on classic themes of human, social and applied social sciences, as well as on contemporary debate, in order to contribute to the circulation of ideas across a wide spectrum of topics, from aesthetic to legal reflection.

The PSR is a publication linked to the Postgraduate Program in Political Science at the Universidade Federal Fluminense (PPGCP/UFF, Niterói/RJ).