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International Review of Social History



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Basic Information

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Founded in: 1936
URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-review-of-social-history
Twitter: @irsh_iisg
Rank:
• 35/89 in History (Web of Science 2017)
Category: History

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1.0
     Median: 1
References per paper:
     Average: 25
     Median: 12

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Latest papers

The Household Workers of the East India Company Ports of Pre-Colonial Bengal
International Review of Social History 2019-04-04

Labour History and the Case against Colonialism
International Review of Social History 2019-03-28

Translocal Activism and the Implementation of Equal Remuneration for Men and Women: The Case of the South African Textile Industry, 1980–1987
International Review of Social History 2019-03-28

Street Food, Urban Space, and Gender: Working on the Streets of Nineteenth-Century Rio de Janeiro (1830–1870)
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

Liberated Africans, Slaves, and Convict Labor in the Construction of Rio de Janeiro's Casa de Correção: Atlantic Labor Regimes and Confinement in Brazil's Port City
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

Afterword: Reflections on the Motley Crew as Port City Proletariat
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

Free and Unfree Labor in Atlantic and Indian Ocean Port Cities (Seventeenth–Nineteenth Centuries)
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

Securing Trade: The Military Labor of the British Occupation of Manila, 1762–1764
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

Between the Plantation and the Port: Racialization and Social Control in Eighteenth-Century Paramaribo
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

Convicts, Commodities, and Connections in British Asia and the Indian Ocean, 1789–1866
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

The Path to Sweet Success: Free and Unfree Labor in the Building of Roads and Rails in Havana, Cuba, 1790–1835
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

History Below the Waterline: Enslaved Salvage Divers Harvesting Seaports’ Hinter-Seas in the Early Modern Atlantic
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

Labouring Transformations of Amphibious Monsters: Exploring Early Modern Globalization, Diversity, and Shifting Clusters of Labour Relations in the Context of the Dutch East India Company (1600–1800)
International Review of Social History 2019-03-27

Indigeneity, Dissent, and Solidarity: Māori and Strikes in the Meat Industry in Aotearoa New Zealand During the Long 1970s
International Review of Social History 2019-03-21

An Old Practitioner Still in Search of the métier d'historien Response to Peer Vries, “The Prospects of Global History: Personal Reflections of an Old Believer”
International Review of Social History 2019-03-19

Cited Half-Life

Cited publication years:

Cited median publication year:
2006