The Volunteer is the journal of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives. It is published four times per year. To subscribe to the print issue, fill out this form.

Print Editors: Peter N. Carroll & Sebastiaan Faber
Associate Editor: Aaron B. Retish
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Book Review Editor: Joshua Goode
Copy Editor: Phil Kavanaugh
Online Editor: Sebastiaan Faber
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Submission of manuscripts: info@alba-valb.org. The editors reserve the right to modify texts for length and style.

A publication of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives

P.O. Box 1245
New York, NY 10113

Email: info@alba-valb.org

Phone: 212-674-5398
Fax: 212-674-2101

The Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (ALBA) is an educational non-profit dedicated to promoting social activism and the defense of human rights. ALBA’s work is inspired by the American volunteers of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade who fought fascism in the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). Drawing on the ALBA collections in New York University’s Tamiment Library, and working to expand such collections, ALBA works to preserve the legacy of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade as an inspiration for present and future generations.

Inspired by the anti-fascist activism of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, ALBA works toward a more widespread, profound, and nuanced awareness of the history of America’s progressive traditions among high school students, college students, scholars, and the public at large. We hope and intend that this awareness will allow progressive communities in the United States and elsewhere to develop effective strategies to meet the present and future challenges faced by the world, and to work more consciously and effectively toward a better and more just society.

Teaching History — Inspiring Activism — Upholding Human Rights

ALBA is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, established in 1978; ALBA is also chartered as an educational institution in New York State.