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Berghahn Series

International Studies in Social History

General Editor:
Marcel van der Linden, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam

Published in Association with the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam

Published under the auspices of the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, this series offers transnational perspectives on labor and working-class history. For a long time, labor historians have been working within national interpretive frameworks. But interest in studies contrasting different national and regional experiences and studying cross-border interactions has been increasing in recent years. This series is designed to act as a forum for these new approaches.

"The series has the laudable and useful aim of offering transnational perspectives on labour and working-class history in order to facilitate the burgeoning interest in comparing national and regional experiences and contexts as well as cross-border interactions. The International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam is to be congratulated in sponsoring the production of these excellent volumes ... long may this particular endeavour continue."   ·  Social History

Submissions
For more information on Berghahn's manuscript submission procedure, please look at the Info for Authors section on this web site. The New Book Outline and any other proposal materials should be sent to Angèle Janse at the ISG.

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