Moving the Social

Moving the Social: Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements is an international and peer-reviewed journal rooted in the discipline of history but with an explicit interest in work produced on social affairs and social movements by other disciplines, in particular the social sciences, geography, anthropology and ethnology. It is particularly keen to promote transnational and comparative perspectives on the history of social movements set in a wider context of social history. It appears twice yearly, with one issue on a particular theme and one thematically mixed issue. Each issue includes a comprehensive review article, one of which each year is on recent publications in social movement studies.

All issues from 1977 have recently been digitised and can be found online, with the latest issues being only available to subscribers.

P-ISSN: 2197-0386; E-ISSN: 2197-0394

 


Foto: Manfred Vollmer

 


Vol 57 (2017): Transnational Humanitarian Action: Atlantic and Global Voluntary Activities from Abolitionism to the NGOs 1800-2000

Table of Contents

Content

 
4-4

Introduction

Enrico Dal Lago, Kevin O’Sullivan
5-20

Articles

Stacey M. Robertson
21-36
Kimberly A. Lowe
37-56
Julia F. Irwin
57-76
Jo Laycock
77-96
Rob Skinner
97-114
Chris Moores
115-136
Jeffrey Flynn
137-158

Reviews

Enrico Dal Lago, Kevin O’Sullivan
159-174