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.

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Vol 59 (2018): Sex Workers’ Fights — Prostitutes’ Rights Movements in European and American Countries

Table of Contents

Content

 
3-3

Editor's Introduction

Mareen Heying
5-12

Interview

Giovanna Gilges
13-24

Articles

Mareen Heying
25-45
Joana Lilli Hofstetter
47-70
Sarah Beer
71-96
Kate Hardy, Megan Rivers-Moore
97-113

Reviews

Stefan Berger
115-127

Further Article

Darcy Ingram, Sarah Smart
129-154