First published in 1908,The Sociological Review is one of the world's oldest journals of sociology. Although it is a peer-reviewed journal, The Sociological Review aims to produce creative and critical sociology that is politically relevant and engaged with current issues, in addition to advancing the discipline of sociology. As such, it will be of interest to social scientists and other readers from any background who seek to think critically and sociologically about the events of the day. On the main page, visitors can scroll through a feed of recent posts, access articles from the latest issue of the journal, or search for items by keyword tags. Readers will also find a monthly "Magazine" with book reviews, sociological literature, and news items. Each magazine centers themes such as food (see the October 2020 installment), digital social life (May 2021), and visual sociology (May 2020). The Sociological Review is managed by an editorial board of eminent scholars from the UK and elsewhere.