About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Welcome to Irish Marxist Review, a new journal of socialist ideas published in association with the Socialist Workers Network.

Our principle aim is to provide serious socialist and Marxist analysis of political, economic and social developments in Ireland and internationally. We will also be interested in working class and socialist history, in Marxist theory and in matters of culture. Intellectually this journal will stand in what can be called the International Socialist tradition, characterised by broad, but not uncritical, adherence to the 'classical' Marxism of Marx and Engels, Lenin, Luxemburg, Trotsky and Gramsci combined with an emphasis on socialism from below and working class self-emancipation pioneered by Tony Cliff.

However we will also be very open to contributions from other perspectives on the left and to serious critical debate.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Sources of Support

Volunteers, acedemics, authors, activists

Journal History

Welcome to Irish Marxist Review, a new journal of socialist ideas published in association with the Socialist Workers Network.

Our principle aim is to provide serious socialist and Marxist analysis of political, economic and social developments in Ireland and internationally. We will also be interested in working class and socialist history, in Marxist theory and in matters of culture. Intellectually this journal will stand in what can be called the International Socialist tradition, characterised by broad, but not uncritical, adherence to the 'classical' Marxism of Marx and Engels, Lenin, Luxemburg, Trotsky and Gramsci combined with an emphasis on socialism from below and working class self-emancipation pioneered by Tony Cliff.

However we will also be very open to contributions from other perspectives on the left and to serious critical debate.

Current Editorial Board:

Editor: John Molyneux

Deputy Editor: Dave O'Farrell

Editorial Board:  Marnie Holborow, Paul O'Brien, Matt Collins, Nigel Gallagher, Sara O'Rourke, Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin, Alexandra Day, Mark Walsh, Somhairle Mag Uidhir, Memet Uludag, Willy Cumming

Design: Nigel Gallagher

Website Editor: Mark Anderson