1 239 514 3081 mail@icsamail.com

Test Migration New

This page and the links to the left are for current ICSA members only.

If you have not already examined the new member welcome page, go there now.

The ICSA periodicals archive goes back to 1979  – see periodicals list below.

The ICSA e-library has over 25,000 documents. Many are available through the links on the left.

You may access information on specific groups in several ways. 

News summaries from recent years can be found on Group Pages on This Site
News articles and summaries going back to 1979 can be found in ICSA’s online database e-library site – may take some time to load. Members may access the 20,000+ documents on the database driven site by typing the following authorization code when they go to the site: Mem51021231Go to the database e-library site (A non-linked spreadsheet list of this database can be found in our list of article titles sorted by group
Current ICSA Periodicals
ICSA Today, published from 2010 – present, includes a variety of articles, as well as press summaries, profiles on ICSA members, art work, fiction, and poetry. PDFs of back issues.
International Journal of Cultic Studies, published from 2010-present, has scholarly articles (mostly in English, but some in Spanish or French) and book reviews. PDFs of back issues.
Past ICSA Periodicals
The Advisor was a newspaper published from 1979 – 1984. PDFs of back issues.
Cult Observer, published from 1984-2002, summarized press accounts and published some short, original articles. PDFs of back issues.
Cultic Studies Journal, published from 1984-2002, had longer articles (including many scholarly articles) and book reviews. PDFs of back issues.
Cultic Studies Review, published from 2002-2010, merged the functions of Cult Observer and Cultic Studies Journal, publishing a range of articles, as well as book reviews and press summaries. PDFs of back issues.
ICSA E-Newsletters. Articles and other information.  Back issues.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

1 239 514 3081 mail@icsamail.com