New issue of the International Review of Social History (Volume 64, Issue 2)

Announcement of publication


 

International Review of Social History

Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019

Published Online September 2019

 

Obituary

 

Sabyasachi Bhattacharya (1938–2019)
Jan Lucassen
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 195 - 200

 

Alf Lüdtke (1943–2019)
Marcel van der Linden
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 201 - 206

 

Research article

 

A Beveridge Plan for India? Social Insurance and the Making of the “Formal Sector”
Ravi Ahuja
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 207 - 248

 

Framing Black Communist Labour Union Activism in the Atlantic World: James W. Ford and the Establishment of the International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers, 1928–1931
Holger Weiss
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 249 - 278

 

Networks of Revolutionary Workers: Socialist Red Women in Finland in 1918
Tiina Lintunen, Kimmo Elo
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 279 - 307

 

Review Essay

 

The Global History of Inequality
Pim de Zwart
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 309 - 323

 

Book review

 

Lynn T. White III Rural Roots of Reform Before China's Conservative Change. Routledge, Abingdon2018. xxix, 380 pp. $169.95. (Paper: $63.95; E-book: $26.98).
Ju Li
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 325 - 327

 

John Lilburne and the Levellers: Reappraising the Roots of English Radicalism 400 Years On. [Routledge Studies in Radical History and Politics.] Ed. by John Rees. Routledge, London [etc.] 2018. x, 158 pp. £94.99 (Paperback/E-book £36.99).
Henk Looijesteijn
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 327 - 329

 

“Arise Ye Wretched of the Earth”. The First International in a Global Perspective. Ed. by Fabrice Bensimon, Quentin Deluermoz, and Jeanne Moisand. [Studies in Global Social History, Vol. 29.] Brill, Leiden [etc.] 2018. xiv, 404 pp. Ill. € 140.00; $168.00. (E-book: Open Access). - Nicolas Delalande. La lutte et l'entraide. L’âge des solidarités ouvrières. [L'univers historique.] Editions du Seuil, Paris2019. 361 pp. € 24.00.
Ad Knotter
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 330 - 333

 

Stephanie L. Mudge Leftism Reinvented. Western Parties from Socialism to Neoliberalism. Harvard University Press, Cambridge (MA)2018. 560 pp. $39.95; £28.95; € 36.00.
Dennie Oude Nijhuis
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 334 - 336

 

Global Perspectives on Workers’ and Labour Organizations. Ed. by Maurizio Atzeni and Immanuel Ness. [Work, Organization, and Employment.] Springer, Singapore [etc.] 2018. xvi, 173 pp. € 125.34. (E-book: € 95.19)
Nicolás Ratto
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 336 - 339

 

Marcelo Badaró Mattos. Laborers and Enslaved Workers. Experiences in Common in the Making of Rio de Janeiro's Working Class, 1850–1920. Transl. by Renata Meirelles and Frederico Machado de Barros. [International Studies in Social History, 29.] Berghahn Books, New York [etc.] 2017. 186 pp. Ill. $110.00; £78.00.
Claudio Batalha
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 339 - 341

 

Hans Ramsoedh. Surinaams onbehagen. Een sociale en politieke geschiedenis van Suriname 1865–2015. Verloren, Hilversum2018. 368 pp. Ill. € 29.00.
Dirk Kruijt
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 342 - 344

 

Bibliography

 

Bibliography
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 345 - 375

 

Other

 

Guide to the International Archives and Collections at the Iish: Supplement for 2018
International Review of Social History, Volume 64 / Issue 2, August 2019, pp 377 - 388

 

 

Posted: 
04/09/2019