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Continues International Review for Social History (1936 - 1938), Bulletin of the International Review of Social History (1937 - 1955)
- ISSN: 0020-8590 (Print), 1469-512X (Online)
- Editor: Aad Blok Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, The Netherlands
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Published for Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis. International Review of Social History, is one of the leading journals in its field. Truly global in its scope, it focuses on research in social and labour history from a comparative and transnational perspective, both in the modern and in the early modern period, and across periods. 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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The motley crews of free and unfree laborers in Atlantic and Indian Ocean port cities (1700 – 1850)
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