The Situationist Times was an international, English-language periodical created and edited by Jacqueline de Jong, of which six issues were published between 1962 and 1967. A radical compendium using such Situationist tactics as détournement and a printed form of dérive, the journal included essays, artwork, found images, and quotations concerned with such issues as topology, politics, and spectacle culture. 
De Jong, a Dutch artist and graphic designer, joined the Situationist movement in 1960, and quickly assumed a position within the Central Committee. De Jong was determined to make "a completely free magazine, based on the most creative of the Situationist ideas," and in 1962 she began The Situationist Times, a broad representation of a movement that had already become divided into the political and the aesthetic.
The magazine was initially printed offset on thick colored paper, eventually shifting to full color lithography. Contributors include artists Asger Jorn, Gruppe SPUR, and Pierre Alechinsky, architect Aldo van Eyck, astrophysicist Fred Hoyle, mathematician Walter Eitzmann, musical composer Peter Schat, a.o.
Starting in 1962 there were six issues of The Situationist Times published in in Hengelo (Netherlands), Copenhagen and Paris before the student uprisings of May '68, leaving a 7th issue compiled but unpublished. The first two were co-edited with the French pataphysician Noël Arnaud. The issues 1-3 appeared in an edition of 1000; thereafter expanding to 2000.
The above PDFs were produced as part of These are Situationist Times, an exhibition, digitization, and publication project developed by Torpedo (Oslo) and Ellef Prestsæter in collaboration with Jacqueline de Jong, Malmö Konsthall, and Museum Jorn. The accompanying website developed by the Scandinavian Institute for Computational Vandalism in 2019 contains Jacqueline de Jong's history of the magazine’s creation in a series of video clips. More about the project.
- Jacqueline De Jong: The Situationist Times, 1962-1967, exhibition, Boo-Hurray, New York, 9-25 May 2012.
- These are Situationist Times: A Symposium on Topology, Culture and Politics, symposium, Kunsthall Oslo, 28 Jan 2017.
- Die Welt als Labyrint, MAMCO, Geneva, 28 Feb-6 May 2018. An exhibition on Letterism, Letterist International, Second Letterist International, Movement for an Imaginist Bauhaus, Experimental Laboratory of Alba, London Psychogeographical Association, Situationist International, Situationist Times, and SPUR. Curated by John Armleder, Gérard Berreby, Paul Bernard, Lionel Bovier, Alexandra Catana Tucknott, Julien Fronsacq, and Mai-Thu Perret.
- Jacqueline De Jong & The Situationist Times: Same Player Shoots Again!, exhibition, Torpedo/PUB, Oslo, 11 May-2 Sep 2018; Konsthall Malmö, 15 Sep 2018-13 Jan 2019; Museum Jorn, Silkeborg, Denmark, 31 Aug-1 Dec 2019. Curated by Ellef Prestsæter in collaboration with Torpedo and Jacqueline de Jong. Review: Henriksen (Kunstkritikk).
- Pinball Wizard: The Work and Life of Jacqueline De Jong, exhibition, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 9 Feb-18 Aug 2019.
- Christophe Bourseiller, "Une encyclopédie des formes The Situationist Times / An Encyclopedia of Forms: The Situationist Times", in Jacqueline De Jong: Undercover in de Kunst / Undercover in the Arts, eds. Ed Wingen, et al., Amsterdam and Ghent: Ludion, 2003. Catalogue text. (French)/(English)
- McKenzie Wark, "The détournement of détournement", in Wark, 50 Years of Recuperation: The Situationist International 1957-2007, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2008, pp 40-44. (English)
- Bénédicte Maselli, Pour une pratique théorique: une interprétation de la revue The Situationist Times (1962-1967), 2 vols., 2010. Dissertation. (French)
- Juliette Pollet, "De l’usage des mathématiques comme instrument de subversion: The Situationist Times (1962-1967)", Histoire de l’art 68, 2011.  (French)
- Karen Kurczynski, "Red Herrings: Eccentric Morphologies in the Situationist Times", in Expect Anything Fear Nothing: The Situationist Movement in Scandinavia and Elsewhere, eds. Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen and Jakob Jakobsen, Copenhagen: Nebula, and New York: Autonomedia, 2011, pp 131-182. (English)
- "A Maximum of Openness: Jacqueline de Jong in Conversation with Karen Kurczynski", in Expect Anything Fear Nothing: The Situationist Movement in Scandinavia and Elsewhere, eds. Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen and Jakob Jakobsen, Copenhagen: Nebula, and New York: Autonomedia, 2011, pp 183-204. (English)
- McKenzie Wark, "Divided We Stand", ch 9 in Wark, The Beach Beneath the Street: The Everyday Life and Glorious Times of the Situationist International, London: Verso, 2011, pp 109-123. (English)
- Xandra Schutte, "‘Ik was onaangepast’", De Groene Amsterdammer 39, Amsterdam, 26 Sep 2012. (Dutch)
- David A.J. Murrieta Flores, "The Situationist Times", ch 1 in Flores, Situationist Margins: The Situationist Times, King Mob, Black Mask, and S.NOB Magazines (1962-1970), University of Essex, 2017, pp 16-84. PhD dissertation. (English)
- Amy Sherlock, "The Life and Times of Jacqueline de Jong", Frieze, London, 19 Mar 2017. Interview. (English)
- Daniel Spaulding, "Situating Jacqueline de Jong", X-TRA 20:2, Winter 2018. Review of the exhibition Jacqueline de Jong: Imaginary Disobedience. (English)
- Paula Burleigh, "Ludic Labyrinths: Strategies of Disruption", Stedelijk Studies 7: "Lose Yourself!", Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 2018. (English)
- Ellef Prestsæter, "How to Read The Situationist Times", in Pinball Wizard: A Work and Life of Jacqueline De Jong, Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 7 Feb 2019. Essay in online dossier for exhibition. (English)
- Laurie Cluitmans, "‘Mijn werk is volstrekt niet autobiografisch’ - in gesprek met Jacqueline de Jong", Metropolis M, Utrecht, 3 Apr 2018. (Dutch)
- Elin Maria Olaussen, Ellef Prestsæter, Karen Christine Tandberg (eds.), These are Situationist Times, Oslo: Torpedo Press, forthcoming Summer 2019. (English)