Moving the Social 57/2017

Journal of social history and the history of social movements. Transnational Humanitarian Action

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.

Enrico Dal Lago and Kevin O’Sullivan: Introduction: Towards a New History of Humanitarianism
Stacey M. Robertson: Marketing Social Justice: Lessons from our Abolitionist Predecessors
Kimberly A. Lowe: The League of Red Cross Societies and International Committee of the Red Cross: a Re-Evaluation of American Influence in Interwar Internationalism
Julia F. Irwin: Connected by Calamity: The United States, the League of Red Cross Societies, and Transnational Disaster Assistance after the First World War
Jo Laycock: Saving the Remnant or Building Socialism? Transnational Humanitarian Relief in Early Soviet Armenia
Rob Skinner: “Every Bite Buys a Bullet”: Sanctions, Boycotts and Solidarity in Transnational Anti-Apartheid Activism
Chris Moores: Solidarity for Chile, Transnational Activism and the Evolution of Human Rights
Jeffrey Flynn: Philosophers, Historians, and Suffering Strangers
Enrico Dal Lago and Kevin O’Sullivan: Review Article: Prosopographies, Transnational Lives, and Multiple Identities in Global Humanitarianism


Moving the Social. Journal of Social History and the History of Social , Band 57
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Veröffentlicht: 20.06.2017
Seitenzahl: 174
Produkt: Broschur
ISBN: 978-3-8375-1782-8
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Institute for Social Movements / Ruhr-Univ. Bochum


Institute for Social Movements / Ruhr-Univ. Bochum
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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.

Enrico Dal Lago and Kevin O’Sullivan: Introduction: Towards a New History of Humanitarianism
Stacey M. Robertson: Marketing Social Justice: Lessons from our Abolitionist Predecessors
Kimberly A. Lowe: The League of Red Cross Societies and International Committee of the Red Cross: a Re-Evaluation of American Influence in Interwar Internationalism
Julia F. Irwin: Connected by Calamity: The United States, the League of Red Cross Societies, and Transnational Disaster Assistance after the First World War
Jo Laycock: Saving the Remnant or Building Socialism? Transnational Humanitarian Relief in Early Soviet Armenia
Rob Skinner: “Every Bite Buys a Bullet”: Sanctions, Boycotts and Solidarity in Transnational Anti-Apartheid Activism
Chris Moores: Solidarity for Chile, Transnational Activism and the Evolution of Human Rights
Jeffrey Flynn: Philosophers, Historians, and Suffering Strangers
Enrico Dal Lago and Kevin O’Sullivan: Review Article: Prosopographies, Transnational Lives, and Multiple Identities in Global Humanitarianism


Moving the Social. Journal of Social History and the History of Social , Band 57
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