Non-profit corporation founded to promote research and publication in the field of the history of socialism. Includes publications, archives and other resources.
Organises conferences and publishes a newsletter three times a year. Activities, seminars, conferences, newsletter, bibliography and message board.
Non-sectarian journal documenting and discussing the history of the revolutionary socialist movement, from a mainly Trotskyist viewpoint. It neither belongs to, nor supports any trend within the Trotskyist movement.
Online library of historical data on Marxism and the revolutionary working class.
Online essay by Maurice Isserman.
Toward the Cooperative Commonwealth: An introductory history of the Farmer-Labor movement in Minnesota (1917-1948). PhD thesis by Thomas Gerald O'Connell.
Documents, speeches, articles and recollections from and about the FSM at Berkeley which was a key event in the formation of the New Left and the 60s radicalization.
Examines the emergence of socialist ideas in the wake of the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution.
Documents from the history of various varieties of socialism.
Encyclopedia article tracing the history and development of socialist thought and practice.