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International Socialism (journal)

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International Socialism (journal)

International Socialism
Editor Alex Callinicos
Former editors Duncan Hallas, Chris Harman, John Rees
Categories Politics
Frequency Quarterly
First issue 1958
Country  UK
Language English
Website ISSN 1754-4653

International Socialism (ISJ) is a British-based quarterly magazine published by the Socialist Workers Party which discusses socialist theory. It is currently edited by Alex Callinicos, who took over after the death of Chris Harman in November 2009.

The current journal is the second series following an earlier series which ran from 1960 to 1977 publishing a total of 104 issues. Originally edited by Michael Kidron for its first five years, with Alasdair MacIntyre co-editing it alongside him for 18 months, subsequently the first series was variously edited by Nigel Harris, Chris Harman, Duncan Hallas and Alex Callinicos. The second series was originally edited by Peter Binns who was succeeded as editor by John Rees. Previously, a single issue of a duplicated journal of this name had been published in 1958 and the first edition of Tony Cliff's essay on Rosa Luxemburg was published, in book form, as issue 2/3 in series with this otherwise one off publication.[1]


External links

  • Socialist Review and International Socialism Journal Index. Includes text of issues from 2:61 (Winter 1993) to 2:104 (Autumn 2004) after which the text is available on the ISJ website.
  • International Socialism Journal Index 1958-1968
  • ISJ Index 1969-1974
  • ISJ Index 1975-1978
  • ISJ Index 1978-1991
  • ISJ Index 1991-2003
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