Moving the Social 51 /2014

Lives on the Left

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.

Norman LaPorte: Introduction: Isaac Deutscher and the Biographer’s Dilemma
Ronald Suny: “A Tempest in a Glass of Water”: Stalin the Underground Revolutionary and the Conflicts within Bolshevism
Tauno Saarela: Yrjö Mäkelin’s Choice
Geoffrey Roberts: An Autobiographical Pact: The Memoirs of Marshal Georgy Zhukov
Reiner Tosstorff: Robert Dißmann: Zwischen Metallarbeitergewerkschaft und linker Sozialdemokratie
Norman LaPorte: Ernst Thälmann: The Making of a German Communist, 1886–1921
Mario Kessler: Joseph Berger: Communist Activist in Palestine and Victim of Stalinism (1904–1978)
Dieter Nelles/Hartmut Rübner: Avantgarde einer egalitären Bewegung: Anarchosyndikalisten in Deutschland in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts
Kevin Morgan: “Colourless, Dry and Dull”: Why British Trade Unionists Lack Biographers and What (if Anything) Should be Done About it
John Callaghan: Bertrand Russell: The Committed Sceptic in Public Life
Sharif Gemie: A Loser: Octave Mirbeau’s Evolution from Populist Right to Libertarian Left
David Berry: From Son of the Bourgeoisie to Servant of the Revolution: The Roots of Daniel Guérin’s Revolutionary Socialism
Stefan Berger: Review Article: What‘s New in the History of Social Movements?


Moving the Social. Journal of Social History and the History of Social , Band 51

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Veröffentlicht: 27.11.2014
Seitenzahl: 336
Produkt: Broschur
ISBN: 978-3-8375-1321-9
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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.

Norman LaPorte: Introduction: Isaac Deutscher and the Biographer’s Dilemma
Ronald Suny: “A Tempest in a Glass of Water”: Stalin the Underground Revolutionary and the Conflicts within Bolshevism
Tauno Saarela: Yrjö Mäkelin’s Choice
Geoffrey Roberts: An Autobiographical Pact: The Memoirs of Marshal Georgy Zhukov
Reiner Tosstorff: Robert Dißmann: Zwischen Metallarbeitergewerkschaft und linker Sozialdemokratie
Norman LaPorte: Ernst Thälmann: The Making of a German Communist, 1886–1921
Mario Kessler: Joseph Berger: Communist Activist in Palestine and Victim of Stalinism (1904–1978)
Dieter Nelles/Hartmut Rübner: Avantgarde einer egalitären Bewegung: Anarchosyndikalisten in Deutschland in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts
Kevin Morgan: “Colourless, Dry and Dull”: Why British Trade Unionists Lack Biographers and What (if Anything) Should be Done About it
John Callaghan: Bertrand Russell: The Committed Sceptic in Public Life
Sharif Gemie: A Loser: Octave Mirbeau’s Evolution from Populist Right to Libertarian Left
David Berry: From Son of the Bourgeoisie to Servant of the Revolution: The Roots of Daniel Guérin’s Revolutionary Socialism
Stefan Berger: Review Article: What‘s New in the History of Social Movements?


Moving the Social. Journal of Social History and the History of Social , Band 51

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