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Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Recent years have seen an inceased interest in transnationalism across the disciplines of the social sciences and humanities. Replacing notions of 'the British world' or of 'the local and the global' such studies have now gained wide currency in the fields of social, imperial, and gender history. Little, however, has been written about the relevance of transnational perspectives for the field of labour history. Surveying a range of recent literature in this area, this review article addresses recent debates about transnationalism, locates them in context, and reappraised their significance for the broader field of labour studies.\ud Keywords: Transnationalism, labour history
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