Criada pela King's College, Cambridge, esta publicação pretende aproximar a academia do grande público.
"King’s Review combines the sustained and detailed investigation that is central to academic research with longform journalism – it is accessible, but sacrifices nothing in the way of depth and discernment.
King’s Review is about these kind of encounters – between academia and the public, between works and ideas, between people, between thoughts. It was founded to bridge gaps and to make these encounters more available, accessible and understandable.While the whole journal, as well as all of the pieces we publish, are in the spirit of ‘encounters’, we decided to place the theme at the centre of this year’s print issue. Here, the first half of the magazine contains seven contributions in the guise of long-form articles, photography, sheet music, and fiction, all illuminating aspects of encounters".