While the social history of Europe and North America has been the subject of many scholarly publications, the social history of Asia, Africa, and Latin America has been more neglected. Furthermore, these societies are often studied in isolation from the global context. The series Studies in the Social History of the Global South offers a platform for the social history of these three continents with the specific intention of redressing the balance in terms of the perceived dominance of studies on the global north. This series welcomes publications of case studies at the local, regional and continental level. Studies in Social History of the Global South, as a sub-series of Studies in Global Social History, shares the aims and scope of the main series.
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Touraj Atabaki, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, The Netherlands & Leiden University, The Netherlands
Rossana Barragán, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Stefano Bellucci, Leiden University, The Netherlands & International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, The Netherlands