The Archive holds the following issues of Third Text:

1987: Autumn(no.1), Winter(no.2)

1988: Spring/Summer(no.3/4), Winter(no.5)

1989: Spring(no.6), Summer(no.7), Autumn/Winter(no.8/9)

1990: Spring(no.10), Summer(no.11), Autumn(no.12), Winter(no.13)

1991: Spring(no.14), Summer(no.15), Autumn/Winter(no.16/17)

1992: Spring(no.18), Summer(no.19), Autumn(no.20), Winter(no.21)

1993: Spring(no.22), Summer(no.23), Autumn(no.24), Winter(no.25)

1994: Spring(no.26), Summer(no.27), Autumn/Winter(no.28/29)

1995: Spring(no.30, 2 copies), Summer(no.31, 2 copies), Autumn(no.32, 2 copies), Winter(no.33, 2 copies)

1996: Spring(no.34, 2 copies), Summer(no.35, 2 copies), Autumn(no.36, 2 copies), Winter(no.37, 2 copies)

1997: Spring(no.38, 2 copies), Summer(no.39, 2 copies), Autumn(no.40, 2 copies), Winter(no.41, 2 copies)

1998: Spring(no.42, 2 copies), Summer(no.43), Autumn(no.44), Winter(no.45)

1999: Spring(no.46), Summer(no.47), Autumn(no.48), Winter(no.49)

2000: Spring(no.50), Summer(no.51, 2 copies), Autumn(no.52), Winter(no.53)

2001: Spring(no.54), Summer(no.55), Autumn(no.56), Winter(no.57)

2002: Mar(no.58), Jun(no.59), Sept(no.60), Dec(no.61)

2003: March(no.62), Jun(no.63), Sept(no.64), Dec(no.65)

2004: Jan(no.66), Mar(no.67), May(no.68), Jul(no.69), Sept(no.70), Nov(no.71)

2005: Jan(no.72), Mar(no.73), May(no.74), Jul(no.75), Sept(no.76), Nov(no.77)

2006: Jan(no.78, 2 copies), Mar(no.79, 2 copies), May/Jul(no.80/-81, 2 copies), Sept(no.82), Nov(no.83)

2007: Jan(no.84), Mar(no.85), May(no.86), Jul(no.87), Sept(no.88), Nov(no.89)

2008:(Vol.22): Jan(no.90), Mar(no.91, 2 copies), May(no.92), Jul(no.93), Sept(no.94), Nov(no.95)

2009:(Vol.23): Jan(no.96), Mar(no.97, 2 copies), May(no.98), July (no.99), Sept(no.100), Nov(no.101)

2010:(Vol.24): Mar(no.103), May(no.104), Jul(no.105), Sept(no.106), Nov(no.107)

2011:(Vol.25): Mar(no.109), May(no.110), Jul(no.111), Sep(no.112), Nov(no.113)

2012:(Vol.26): Jan(no.114), Mar(no.115), May(no.116), Jul(no.117), Sep(no.118), Nov(no.119)

2013:(Vol.27): Jan(No.120), Mar(no.121), May(no.122), Jun(no.123), Oct(no.124), Nov(no.125)

2014:(Vol.28): Jan(no.126), Mar(no.127), May(no.128), Jul-Sep(no.129-130), Nov(no.131)

2015:(Vol.29): May(no.134, 2 copies), Jul-Sep(no.135-136), Nov(no.137)

2016: (Vol.30): May-Jun(no.140-141), Sep-Nov(no.142-143)

2017: (Vol.31): Jan(no.144), Mar-May(no.145-146), July(no.147), Sep-Nov(no.148-149)

Third Text is published quarterly by Kala Press from 1987 to 2001, and bi-monthly by Routledge Taylor & Francis Group and available online since 2002.

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