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Moving the Social – Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements is a multi-disciplinary, international and peer-reviewed journal. It focuses on transnational and comparative perspectives on the history of social movements set in a wider context of social history. It appears twice yearly. During the last evaluation of the ESF Standing Committee for the Humanities (2011), the Journal was ranked INT2 (international with significant visibility).
Moving the Social publishes research at the cutting edge of social history, broadly defined. This involves in particular the analysis of the diversity of economic, social, political and mental structures of social movements, from historical and social science perspectives, and the introduction of new research that is relevant to the field of social movement studies.
Special Issue: Introduction
Peter-Paul Bänziger, Jan Kellershohn, Anna Strommenger: Conceptualizing the Relationship between the Freedom of Labour and Capitalism
Jan De Graaf: The Meaning of Free Labour after the
Second World War: Worker Protest Against Arbeitsverpflichtung
and mobilisation civile in Postwar Germany and Belgium
Anna Elisabeth Keim: Between “Slave Labour” and “More Freedom”
in Working Life: Debating Leiharbeit in Germany from the Weimar Era to the End of the Boom
Sibylle Marti: The Shadow Economy and Ideas of Freedom: Debates and Policies on Informal Work in 1970s and 1980s West Germany and Beyond
Sibylle Röth: Unconditioned Freedom: The Abolition of Serfdom as Discursive Context of the Ideal of Free Labour
David Mayer: Changing Degrees of ‘Openness’: Some Considerations on the Development of the Notion of ‘Work’ in Argentinean Labour Historiography
Marco Tomaszewski: Beyond Wage Labour: Livelihood Activities and Lebenslage as Complementary Tools for a Cross-Epochal and Global History of Work
Moving the Social. Journal of Social History and the History of Social , Band 69