International Review of Social History

Formerly Bulletin of the International Review of Social History Volumes 1 (1937) - 10 (1955)

Editor(s):

David Mayer International Institute of Social History, The Netherlands
Editorial Board

The International Review of Social History is one of the leading journals in social history. While covering all areas of social history, it has a particular focus on Global Labour History. This includes the history of labour relations, workers, and social movements – all of them defined in the broadest possible sense –,  both in the modern and pre-modern periods. The International Review of Social History is truly global in its scope and privileges comparative perspectives as well as the analysis of circulations and connections.

The journal combines quality, depth and originality of its articles with an open eye for theoretical innovation and new insights and methods from within its field and from contiguous disciplines. Besides research articles, it features surveys of new themes and subject fields, a suggestions and debates section, review essays and book reviews.

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International Review of Social History

ISSN: 0020-8590   EISSN: 1469-512X

Frequency: 4 Issue(s) per year

Digital Archive

Bulletin of the International Institute of Social History
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Digital Archive

Pre-war International Review of Social History
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