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International review of social history ()

Vol. 50 Part 2  2005

1. McIlroy J. and Campbell A. The British and French Representatives to the Communist International, 1920-1939: A Comparative survey - P.203-240

 

Vol. 50 Part 3  2005

1. Tosstorff R. The international trade-union movement and the founding of the International Labour Organization - P.399-434

2. Van Daele J. Engineering social peace: Networks, ideas, and the establishment of the International Labour Organization - P.435-466

3. Piqueras J.A. and Sanz V. The social history of work in Spain: From the primitive accumulation of knowledge to off-shoring. - P. 467-484

4. Review essay. Baud M. Beyond Benedict Anderson: Nation-building and popular democracy in Latin America - P.467-484

 

Vol. 51 Part 1  2006

1. Gemie S. The Ballad of Bourg-Madame: Memory, exile, and the Spanish Republican refuges of the Retirada of 1939 - P.1-40

2. Ewen S. Managing police constables and fire-fighters: uniformed public services in English cities, c.1870-1930 - P.41-68

Special theme

3. Hart M.'t. The common soldier in rebel armies: An introduction - P.69-74

4. Swart E. From "Landsknecht" to "Soldier"^ The Low German Foot soldiers of the Low Countries in the second half of of the sixteenth century - P.75-92

 

Vol. 51 Part 2  2006

1. Van Nederveen Meerkerk E. Segmentation in the pre-industrial labour market: women's work in the Dutch textile industry, 1581-1810 - P.189-217

2. J. Soderlund R. Resistance from the margins: the Yorkshire worsted spinners, policing, and the transformation of work in the Early Industrial Revolution.

3. W. Steinberg M. Unfree labour, apprenticeship and the rise of the Victorian hull fishing industry: an example of the importance of law and the local state in British economic change - P.243-277

4. Andersson J. Choosing futures: Alva Myrdal and the construction of Swedish futures studies, 1967-1972 -P.277-297

 

Vol. 51 Part 3  2006

1. Kelly B. Black laborers, the republican party, and the crisis of reconstruction in lowcountry South Carolina - P.375-415

2. H. Siegelbaum L. The late romance of the soviet worker in western historiography - P.463-483

 

Vol. 52 Part 2  2007

1. Van Ginderachter M. Social democracy and national identity: the ethnic rift in the Belgian worker's party - P.215-241

 

Vol. 52 Part 3 2007

1.Hilton M. The Consumer Movement and Civil Society in Malaysia - P.373

2. Musto M. The Rediscovery of Karl Marx - P.477

 

Vol. 53 Part 2 2008

1. De Munck B. Skills, Trust, and Changing Consumer Preferences: The Decline of Antwerp's Craft Guilds from the Perspective of the Product Market, c.1500-c.1800 - P.197

2. Wilson M.V. The 1911 Waterfront Strikes in Glasgow: Trade Unions and Rank-and-File Militancy in the Lbour Unrest of 1910-1914 - P.261

 

Vol. 53 Part 3 2008 

1. Barrett J.R. Was the Personal Political? Reading the Autobiography of American Communism - P. 395

2. Subramanan D. Occupational Mobility and Integral Labour Markets: Public Sector Workers` Struggles in Bangalore (c. 1960-1980) - P. 425

3. Brinkmann T. "Travelling with Ballin": The Impact of American Immigration Policies on Jewish Transmigration within Central Europe, 1880-1914 - P. 459

4. Daele J.V. The International Labour Organization (ILO) in Past and Present Research - P. 485

 

Vol. 53. Supplement 16. 2008 

The Return of the Guilds.

 

Vol. 54 Part 1 2009 

1. Reinecke C. Governing Aliens in Times of Upheaval: Immigration Control and Modern State Practice in Early Twentieth-Century Britain, Compared with Prussia - P.39

 

 Vol. 54 Part 2 2009

1. Lipold P., Isaac L. W. Striking deaths: Lethal contestation and "exceptional" character of the American Labour Movement, 1870-1970. - p. 167-206.

2. King S. "I fear you will think me too presumptuous in my demand but necessity has no law": Clothing in English pauper letters, 1800-1834. - p. 207-236.

3. Linden M. van de Charles Tilly's historical sociology. - p. 237-274.


 Vol. 55 Part 2 2009

1. Marcelo Badaró Mattos Experiences in Common: Slavery and Freedom in the Process of Rio de Janeiros Working-Class Formation (18501910). -  pp 193 -213

2. Chris Leonards and Nico Randeraad Transnational Experts in Social Reform, 18401880. - pp 215 -239

3. Leo Lucassen A Brave New World: The Left, Social Engineering, and Eugenics in Twentieth-Century Europe. - pp 265 -296/


 Vol. 56 Part 1 2011

 1. Nicola Pizzolato Transnational Radicals: Labour Dissent and Political Activism in Detroit and Turin (19501970). -  pp 1 - 30 .
2. Sigrid Wadauer Establishing Distinctions: Unemployment versus Vagrancy in Austria from the Late Nineteenth Century to 1938. - pp 31 - 70.
3. Jerònia Pons Pons and Margarita Vilar Rodríguez Friendly Societies, Commercial Insurance, and the State in Sickness Risk Coverage: The Case of Spain (18801944). - pp 71 - 101.
4. Andy Croll Starving Strikers and the Limits of the Humanitarian Discovery of Hunger in Late Victorian Britain. - pp 103 - 131.
5. Michael Hanagan Shall I Compare Thee ? Problems of Comparative Historical Analysis. - pp 133 - 146.


 Vol. 56 Part 2 2011

1. Mary Hilson A Consumers International? The International Cooperative Alliance and Cooperative Internationalism, 19181939: A Nordic Perspective. - pp 203 - 233.
2. Custodio Velasco Mesa Revolutionary Rhetoric and Labour Unrest: Liège in 1886 and Seville in 1901. - pp 235 - 266.
3. Cristiana Viegas de Andrade Migration Systems in Nineteenth-Century North-Western Portugal: The Case of Vila do Conde. - pp 267 - 299.
4. Marianne Maeckelbergh The Road to Democracy: The Political Legacy of 1968. - pp 301 - 332.


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