Teaching Revolutionary Papers
Revolutionary Papers is a transnational research collaboration that investigates 20th century periodicals and other print ephemera - such as journals, pamphlets, bulletins, etc - as sites of anti-colonial, Left-wing critical thought. As part of our collaboration, we invite political organisers and scholars to produce Teaching Tools that allow the vast archive of left-wing periodicals to be available in educational contexts, within both university and movement contexts. Please indicate below if you are interested in working with Revolutionary Papers in developing such a Teaching Tool.

*** If you have come to this page via the South Asia Resource and Research Archive in Islamabad, Pakistan, your Teaching Tool will also be available via the SARRC website and we will do our utmost to work with you to ensure that the Teaching Tool is translated and made available in Urdu, Punjabi, Pashto, Balochi, or any other indigenous language in Pakistan that you may deem necessary.
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Name *
Affiliation (if any). Note that this can include a political party, grassroots movement, university, research collective, or any other entity.
Name of Periodical, Journal, or Other Print Publication
Circulation Period(s)
Circulation Region(s)
Publication Language(s)
Type of Publication (e.g. is it a journal, periodical, magazine, bulletin, etc.?)
Name of editorial collective(s) or movement(s) responsible for publication (if available)
Why do you want to turn this magazine into a Teaching Tool?
How much time are you able to dedicate to working on this Teaching Tool? Note: Our most extensive Teaching Tool takes 1 week, full-time, to produce, assuming you have all materials available. However, we have lighter models for Teaching Tools available.
Please share a short bio here, including information on why you are able to develop a teaching tool on this print form. If you are submitting it as a collective, please describe your collective.
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