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Journal of Accounting and Finance in Emerging Economies     Open Access  
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International Review of Social History
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.315
Citation Impact (citeScore): 1
Number of Followers: 33  
 
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ISSN (Print) 0020-8590 - ISSN (Online) 1469-512X
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  • ISH volume 67 issue 3 Cover and Front matter

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      Pages: 1 - 4
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000827
       
  • ISH volume 67 issue 3 Cover and Back matter

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      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000839
       
  • The War at the Workplace: Calcutta's Dockworkers and Changing Labour
           Regime, 1939–1945

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      Authors: Agarwal; Prerna
      Pages: 407 - 434
      Abstract: The upheavals of World War II prepared a new labour regime in twentieth-century India, in employers’ chambers, government offices, and in the newly established Labour Department, but as crucially, at the workplace and on the shop floor. This article studies the case of Calcutta port, an important military port in Southeast Asia after the fall of Singapore and Rangoon, where the complex historical processes resulting from the war generated an unprecedented impetus for the transformation of the labour regime. It examines the powerful impact and dynamics of the war at two levels: at the level of long-run changes in the work organization, and, through a microhistory approach, at the level of workers’ everyday wartime experiences. Under wartime exigencies, the employers introduced ad hoc, piecemeal, but significant reforms – food rations, bonuses, higher wages, housing provisions, and regularization of employment – that were more extensive than originally conceived of and proved to be irreversible, and, ultimately, cracked open a labour regime based on casual labour. The focus on workers’ experiences shows us how the measures designed for stabilization and efficiency proved to be profoundly unsettling in the context of dramatic events that pervaded the workplace. In the shadows of the war, workers and employers experienced a balance of forces in flux. Labour relations were marked by anticipations, hostility, tensions, and, increasingly, sharpness of conflict. The article argues that, by the end of the 1940s, the employers and the state had overcome an industrial relations crisis through nothing less than a restructuring of port labour relations, creating a highly regulated “formal sector” with significant welfare provisions.
      PubDate: 2022-02-03
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000013
       
  • Colonial Knowledge Economy: Handloom Weavers in Early Twentieth-Century
           United Provinces, India

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      Authors: Rai; Santosh Kumar
      Pages: 435 - 465
      Abstract: In existing historiography, the modernity discourse presents modern knowledge as being more economically efficient and technologically advanced compared to traditional skills. This theoretical lens has introduced a hierarchy of production and restructured the meaning of work and division of labour within the profession of weaving. Historically, the contexts of both the modern textile industry and traditional handloom weaving were interrelated in terms of technology and skills, but they have become increasingly segregated over the last two centuries. This article suggests an apparent distinction between “modernization” as a historical process and “modernity” as a condition. Analysis of the policies and prejudices of the colonial state explains the dynamics between producers, products, and techniques in the handloom textile sector of the United Provinces during the early twentieth century, as well as the impact of government policies, nationalist ideas, and global processes on the sector. Studying these interactions allows us to explore localized nuances pertaining to knowledge and skill that have often been ignored in historiography due to preconceived cultural, political, and institutional compartmentalization of craft communities.
      PubDate: 2022-03-08
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000086
       
  • Being a Forestry Labourer in the Late Ottoman Empire: Debt Bondage,
           Migration, and Sedentarization

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      Authors: Akgül; Başak
      Pages: 467 - 486
      Abstract: This article examines the survival strategies of forestry workers and craftspeople in the late Ottoman Empire. Through the example of the Tahtacı, a semi-nomadic community specialized in lumbering in the forests along the western and southern coasts of Anatolia, it visualizes the adaptation strategies of forestry labourers in the changing economic and ecological environment of the Mediterranean Basin, which became warmer, less forested, and more integrated into regional and global markets after the mid-nineteenth century. Contrary to the generally accepted view that perceives the Tahtacı as a self-isolated, authentic clan with a static way of life, this article considers them a highly adaptive community that developed a wide range of strategies to earn their livelihood under intense commercialization in forestry and agriculture.
      PubDate: 2022-04-08
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000281
       
  • Xenophobic Mob Violence against Free Labour Migrants in the Age of the
           Nation State: How Can the Atlantic Experience Help to Find Global
           Patterns'

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      Authors: Lucassen; Leo
      Pages: 487 - 511
      Abstract: This article asks under what historical conditions people who consider themselves as belonging to the ingroup resort to collective violence against free labour migrants. Based on cases in the North Atlantic, and largely limited to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, it offers a starting point for a more global approach. By using the concept of boundary work, I conclude that once ethnic boundaries are in place they need maintenance, through discourse, legislation, and surveillance. Migrants defined as outsiders, who did not accept their inferior role and thus became direct competitors for such key resources as jobs and houses, were bound to evoke irritation, protest, and, in extreme cases, mob violence. The latter occurred a number of times in early modern England, but such incidents occurred especially in the period 1860–1880 (US and Australia), 1880–1900 (Western Europe), and on both sides of the Atlantic around World War I. In all these cases, boundary-making (through heightened nationalism, imperialism, and embedded racial hierarchies) was prominent, while, at the same time, the state was unable or unwilling to protect its citizens against competition on the labour market and to provide a welfare safety net. This lack of actual boundary maintenance could lead to mob violence, especially when authorities were unwilling or unable to intervene. Moreover, it is striking that violence was directed especially against outsiders who were considered racially or culturally inferior. These included the Chinese and African-American internal migrants in the United States and colonial migrants in the United Kingdom.
      PubDate: 2022-03-30
      DOI: 10.1017/S002085902200027X
       
  • For the Many: A Review Dossier

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      Authors: Boris; Eileen
      Pages: 513 - 518
      Abstract: This introduction to the review dossier on Dorothy Sue Cobble, For the Many: American Feminists and the Global Fight for Democratic Equality, introduces the major themes of the work in light of Cobble's earlier interventions in gendering labor history and focus on laborite activist women here called “full rights feminists”. It asks the contributors to expand on and decenter the transnational and global influence of Cobble's feminists and their views on capitalism and democracy in light of their own research. Among questions considered are: what do we gain from attention to the ideas and activism of low-income and immigrant women in our various histories' How do questions of race/white privilege, citizenship, empire, colonialism, and imperialism complicate understandings of equality and democracy' What is revealed by considering class in women's history'
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000323
       
  • Full-Rights Feminists and a History of the Care Crisis

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      Authors: Olcott; Jocelyn
      Pages: 519 - 523
      Abstract: In 2018, the International Labour Organization published a study about the critical role of paid and unpaid care work for the health of society, the economy, and the planet and about the ways that care work is sustained through the super-exploitation of women, particularly migrant women and racially and ethnically marginalized women. Dorothy Sue Cobble's sweeping, carefully researched, and beautifully written study of full-rights feminists gives us a much-needed history of how the ILO came to attend to questions of care work and social reproduction and how hard-fought this recognition has been.
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000335
       
  • Transatlantic Socialist Feminisms in the Cold War World

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      Authors: Donert; Celia
      Pages: 525 - 530
      Abstract: This review essay engages with Dorothy Sue Cobble's For The Many: American Feminists and the Global Fight for Democratic Equality from the perspective of European histories of socialist feminism during the Cold War. The essay suggests three themes that might lead to further discussion. These concern first of all the role of left-Catholic as well as Social Democratic women within the networks that Cobble describes in For the Many; second, the influence of nationalist or other exclusionary discourses on debates about the rights of immigrant workers, and third, the role of social democratic actors in shaping debates about working women's rights in other international organizations - particularly regional organizations such as the EEC/EU. The essay concludes that For the Many is a major contribution to our understanding of transatlantic socialist feminisms in the Cold War world.
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000372
       
  • Black Women Activists: Embracing the Struggle for Intertwined Freedoms on
           Multiple Fronts

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      Authors: Richards; Yevette
      Pages: 531 - 536
      Abstract: Dorothy Cobble's magnificent, sweeping saga of the 100 plus year struggle for “full rights feminism” introduces us to myriad activists who sought common ground in the expansion of civil, political, economic and social rights as the key for raising the standard for working women, and by extension for all of humanity. However, as Cobble notes, some full-rights activists did not measure up to the potential of this feminism. The juxtaposition of the activism of Black full-rights feminists helps expose this fault line of unexamined deep-seated racism, ethnocentrism, and stereotypical thinking that undermined the potential of full-rights feminism. Questions of economic and political democracy shaped the organizing efforts of Black full-rights feminists against disfranchisement, lynching, discrimination in housing, education and employment, and exclusion and segregation from public accommodations. In their transnational work, they supported policies and practices structured by Cold War imperatives, American racism and imperialism, and tensions between democracy and incipient autocracy in the emerging African nations. Cobble's book demonstrates the crucial ways that Black activists working together and with white allies pushed for the expansive promise of full-rights feminism, encompassing both political and economic rights and race and gender justice.
      PubDate: 2022-06-01
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000384
       
  • “Each of Us is an Other”

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      Authors: Rodríguez García; Magaly
      Pages: 537 - 541
      Abstract: Cobble's study of American social democratic feminism is a fascinating narrative of the lives of women who crossed the boundaries of class, race and nation-states to build a better world. Her chronological account of the careers and activism of these women is not only a major contribution to the history of feminism but also a significant addition to the study of social democracy worldwide.
      PubDate: 2022-05-31
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000359
       
  • “A Feminism For the Many”: Response to the Comments

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      Authors: Cobble; Dorothy Sue
      Pages: 543 - 550
      Abstract: For the Many: American Feminists and the Global Fight for Democratic Equality recasts American feminism as a global story and reclaims the fight for economic justice and social democracy as a majority tradition of women's politics. This rejoinder by the author of For the Many is the concluding essay in a review dossier on the book. Cobble discusses the book's origins and its contributions to global history, women's history, and political history. She engages with comments and queries from dossier reviewers, a diverse group of historians of Latin America, South Asia, Africa, and Europe. Topics include, among others, the unfinished struggle to revalue care and social reproduction, the influence of India on US feminism, Black internationalism and full-rights feminism, varieties of socialism, rethinking Cold War frameworks, and feminist perspectives on eugenics, race, and sexuality.
      PubDate: 2022-06-01
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000360
       
  • Lise Butler. Michael Young, Social Science, and the British Left,
           1945–1970. [Oxford Historical Monographs.] Oxford University Press,
           Oxford [etc.] 2020. ix, 264 pp. £60.00.

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      Authors: Langstaff; Alex
      Pages: 551 - 554
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000682
       
  • The Cambridge World History of Violence Volume I. The Prehistoric and
           Ancient Worlds. Ed. by Garrett G. Fagan et al. Cambridge University Press,
           Cambridge 2020. xvii, 739 pp. Ill. Maps. £120.00. (E-book: $42.00.) - The
           Cambridge World History of Violence Volume II. 500–1500 CE. Ed. by
           Matthew S. Gordon, Richard W. Kaeuper, and Harriet Zurndorfer. Cambridge
           University Press, Cambridge 2020. xiv, 708 pp. Ill. Maps. £120.00.
           (E-book: $42.00.) - The Cambridge World History of Violence Volume III.
           1500–1800 CE. Ed. by Robert Antony, Stuart Carroll, and Caroline Dodds
           Pennock. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2020. xv, 716 pp. Ill.
           Maps. £120.00. (E-book: $42.00.) - The Cambridge World History of
           Violence Volume IV. 1800 to the Present. Ed. by Louise Edwards, Nigel
           Penn, and Jay Winter. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2020. xiv, 680
           pp. Ill. Maps. £120.00. (E-book: $42.00.)

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      Authors: Lak; Martijn
      Pages: 554 - 558
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000694
       
  • Alejandro García-Montón. Genoese Entrepreneurship and the Asiento Slave
           Trade, 1650–1700. [Early Modern Iberian History in Global Contexts:
           Connexions.] Routledge, New York [etc.] 2022. xvi, 294 pp. £120.00.
           (E-book: £33.29.)

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      Authors: Negrón; Ramona
      Pages: 558 - 561
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000700
       
  • Akinobu Kuroda. A Global History of Money. [Routledge Explorations in
           Economic History.] Routledge, London [etc.], 2020, xiv, 213 pp. £120.00.
           (Paper: £36.99; E-book: £33.29.)

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      Authors: Spang; Rebecca L.
      Pages: 561 - 564
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000712
       
  • Peer Vries and Annelieke Vries. Atlas of Material Life. Northwestern
           Europe and East Asia, 15th to 19th Century. Leiden University Press,
           Leiden 2020. 340 pp. Ill. Maps. € 49.50.

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      Authors: Osterhammel; Jürgen
      Pages: 564 - 566
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000724
       
  • Sven Van Melkebeke. Dissimilar Coffee Frontiers. Mobilizing Labor and Land
           in the Lake Kivu Region, Congo and Rwanda (1918–1960/62). [African
           History, Vol. 9.] Brill, Leiden [etc.] 2020. xiv, 335 pp. Ill. Maps. €
           75.00; $91.00. (E-book: € 75.00; $91.00.)

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      Authors: Vos; Jelmer
      Pages: 567 - 569
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000736
       
  • Magdalena Candioti. Una historia de la emancipación negra. Esclavitud y
           abolición en la Argentina. Siglo veintiuno editores, Buenos Aires 2021.
           272 pp. Arg. $2,630.

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      Authors: Azevedo e Souza; Felipe
      Pages: 569 - 572
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000748
       
  • Wage Earners in India, 1500–1900. Regional Approaches in an
           International Context. Ed. by Jan Lucassen and Radhika Seshan. [Politics
           and Society in India and the Global South.] Sage, New Delhi 2022. 332 pp.
           $41.68.

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      Authors: de Zwart; Pim
      Pages: 572 - 574
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S002085902200075X
       
  • Isabel Käser. The Kurdish Women's Freedom Movement. Gender, Body Politics
           and Militant Femininities. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [etc.]
           2021. xvi, 240 pp. Ill. Maps. £75.00. (E-book: $80.00.)

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      Authors: Jongerden; Joost
      Pages: 574 - 578
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000761
       
  • Murat Metinsoy. The Power of the People. Everyday Resistance and Dissent
           in the Making of Modern Turkey, 1923–38. Cambridge University Press,
           Cambridge [etc.] 2021. xi, 405 pp. Ill. Maps. £29.99. (E-book: $32.00.)

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      Authors: Kara; Alper
      Pages: 578 - 580
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000773
       
  • Francis O'Connor. Understanding Insurgency. Popular Support for The PKK in
           Turkey. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [etc.] 2021. xv, 280 pp.
           Maps. £75.00. (E-book: $80.00.)

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      Authors: van Bruinessen; Martin
      Pages: 581 - 584
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.1017/S0020859022000785
       
  • Jéremie Brucker. Avoir l’étoffe. Une histoire du vêtement
           professionnel en France des années 1880 à nos jours. Préf. d'Isabelle
           Lespinet-Moret. [Histoire des mondes du travail.] Arbre bleu, Nancy 2021.
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