People's history
A people's history, history from below, or folk history is a type of historical narrative which attempts to account for historical events from the perspective of common people rather than political an...
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Social history
Social history, often called the new social history, is a broad branch of history that studies the experiences of ordinary people in the past. In its "golden age" it was a major growth field in the 19...
Villein (feudal)
Villein, or villain, was a term used in the feudal era to denote a peasant (tenant farmer) who was legally tied to a lord of the manor – a villein in gross – or in the case of a villein reg...
Man and the natural world changing attitudes in England 1500-1800
Man and the natural world. Changing attitudes in England 1500–1800 by historian Keith Thomas was originally published in Great Britain by Allen Lane in 1983.
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Labor history (discipline)
Labor history (or labour history) is a broad field of study concerned with the development of the labor movement and the working class. The central concerns of labor historians include the development...
Peasant
A peasant is a member of a traditional class of farmers, either laborers or owners of small farms, especially in the Middle Ages under feudalism, or more generally, in any pre-industrial society. In ...
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Internal colonialism
Internal colonialism is a term used to describe the distinct separation of the dominant core, from the periphery in an empire (Howe, 2002). This term derives from Colonialism which is "the subjugation...
Utopian socialism
Utopian socialism is a label used to define the first currents of modern socialist thought as exemplified by the work of Henri de Saint-Simon, Charles Fourier, and Robert Owen. Utopian socialism is of...
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Le Chapelier Law 1791
The Le Chapelier Law (French: Loi Le Chapelier) was a piece of legislation passed by the National Assembly during the first phase of the French Revolution (June 14, 1791), banning guilds as the ea...
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Labadie Collection
The Labadie Collection at the University of Michigan, originating from the collection of radical ephemera built by Detroit Anarchist Jo Labadie, is recognized as one of the world’s most complete colle...
Appiko movement
The Appiko movement was a revolutionary movement based on environmental conservation in India.The Chipko movement (Hug the Trees Movement) in Uttarakhand in the Himalayas inspired the villagers of th...
Redstone (building)
The Redstone Building, also known as the Redstone Labor Temple (and formerly called "The San Francisco Labor Temple") was constructed and operated by the San Francisco Labor Council Hall Associates. I...
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Peace movement
A peace movement is a social movement that seeks to achieve ideals such as the ending of a particular war (or all wars), minimize inter-human violence in a particular place or type of situation, inclu...
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Local history
Local history is the study of history in a geographically local context and it often concentrates on the local community. It incorporates cultural and social aspects of history. Historic plaques are o...
Transhistoricity
Transhistoricity is the quality of holding throughout human history, not merely within the frame of reference of a particular form of society at a particular stage of historical development. An entit...
La Reforma
La Reforma (English: The Reform) was a period halfway through the 19th century in the history of Mexico that was characterized by liberal reforms designed to modernize Mexico and make it into a na...
All-Soviet Peace Conference
Soviet Peace Committee (SPC, also known as Soviet Committee for the Defense of Peace, SCDP, Russian: Советский Комитет Защиты Мира) was a state-sponsored organization responsible for coordinating ...
Whitney Cross
Whitney Rogers Cross (1913–1955), a mid-20th-century historian, is still well known in certain American academic circles as the author of The Burned-over District: The Social and Intellectual History ...
Red Power movement
The phrase "Red Power", attributed to the author Vine Deloria, Jr., commonly expressed a growing sense of pan-Indian identity in the late 1960s among American Indians in the United States.The Red Powe...
Red Guard Party (United States)
The Red Guard was a radical Chinese-American street youth organization formed in February 1969. The street youth party formed in the dusky pool halls in San Francisco's Chinatown aimed to attain adequ...
Indigenous rights
Indigenous rights are those rights that exist in recognition of the specific condition of the indigenous peoples. This includes not only the most basic human rights of physical survival and integrity,...
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Social History and Industrial Classification
Social History and Industrial Classification (SHIC) is a classification system used by many British museums for social history and industrial collections.It was first published in 1983.
SHIC was ...
Bielefeld School
The Bielefeld School is a group of German historians based originally at Bielefeld University who promote social history and political history using quantification and the methods of political science...
Autonomism
Autonomism or Autonomist Marxism is a set of anti-authoritarian left-wing political and social movements and theories. As a theoretical system, it first emerged in Italy in the 1960s from workerist (o...
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Bildungsbürgertum
Bildungsbürgertum is a social class that initially emerged in mid-18th century Germany as an educated class of the bourgeoisie with an educational ideal based on idealistic values and classical antiq...
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Joan Jacobs Brumberg
Joan Jacobs Brumberg (born April 29, 1944) is a social historian and academic. She is a Professor Emerita of Cornell University, and lectures and writes about the experiences of adolescents through h...
Clean Living Movements
In the history of the United States, a clean living movement is a period of time when a surge of health-reform crusades, many with moral overtones, erupts into the popular consciousness. This results ...
Ethnic history
Ethnic history is a branch of social history that studies ethnic groups and immigrants. Barman (2007) argues that the field allows historians to use alternate models of interpretation, unite qualitati...
Historical sociology
Historical sociology is a branch of sociology focusing on how societies develop through history. It looks at how social structures that many regard as natural are in fact shaped by complex social proc...
Charter of Amiens
The Charter of Amiens (French: Charte d'Amiens) was adopted at the 9th Congress of the Confédération générale du travail (CGT) French trade-union, which took place in Amiens in October 1906. Its m...