Archivos de Historia del Movimiento Obrero y la Izquierda is an academic journal of social, political, cultural and intellectual history. It aims to promote research, stimulate debate and update our knowledge about the working class, the labor movement and the Left, both in Argentina and abroad, promoting comparative analyses. It is published in Buenos Aires by the Centro de Estudios Históricos de los Trabajadores y las Izquierdas (CEHTI).
The thematic scope of Archivos is focused on historical and historiographical analyses, but at the same time intends to be broad and interdisciplinary—it seeks to cover the history of the working class, the labor movement, and the Left drawing upon scholarly contributions from different fields, namely history, sociology, political science, anthropology, philosophy, gender studies, and literary criticism, among others.
The journal is aimed at an audience made up of researchers, professors, professionals, teachers, and undergraduate and graduate students of History and other social disciplines.
It is published every six months (March-August and September-February) and all articles are externally peer-reviewed, using the double-blind system. Contributions must be original and not simultaneously submitted to evaluation in any other publication. Signed articles do not necessarily express the opinion of the Editorial Board.