Twentieth Century Communism
Twentieth Century Communism is a peer-reviewed journal, published twice a year which provides an international forum for the latest research on the subject and an entry-point into key developments and debates not immediately accessible to English-language historians. Its main focus is on the period of the Russian revolution (1917-91) and on the activities of communist parties themselves. However, its remit will also extend to the movement’s antecedents and rivals, the responses to communism of political competitors and state systems, and to the cultural as well as political influence of communism.
Aldo Agosti | Bernhard Bayerlein | Sylvain Boulouque | Geoff Eley | Jean-François Fayet | Irina Filitova | Ben Fowkes | José Gotovitch | Sobhanlal Datta Gupta | Stephen Hopkins | Edward J. Johanningsmeier | Kevin McDermott | Stuart Macintyre | Paul Preston | Tauno Saarela | Steve Smith | Daniela Spenser | Brigitte Studer | Ronald Suny | Geoffrey Swain | Andrew Thorpe | Alexander Vatlin | Stephen White | Serge Wolikow
‘The spectre of communism no longer haunts Europe, but we still need to understand its history without fighting old battles or waging new ones. Twentieth Century Communism provides an excellent platform for the post-communist history of communism.’ Donald Sassoon
‘Twentieth Century Communism has quickly become an indispensable forum for those interested in communist history. It is fresh, lively, wide-ranging refreshingly free of polemics.’ Stuart Macintyre