Zapruder World‘s third volume is now online! See below for details.
Stefano Agnoletto, Brian J Griffith, Cristina Palmieri, eds.
“The Origins of the Welfare State: Global and Comparative Approaches”
Zapruder World: An International Journal for the History of Social Conflict 3 (2016)
Table of Contents
Stefano Agnoletto, Brian J Griffith, and Cristina Palmieri, eds.
- Overcoming Barriers to Voluntary Servitude: Positive Thinking and Self-Help, the (Post-Political) Ideology of Workfare
- South Korea as a Semi-Peripheral Workfare State
- Pre-Histories of Revolutionary Nationalism and the Welfare State: Corocoro, Bolivia 1918-1930
- Between State-Led Unions and Self-Organization: Chinese Workers in the Global Crisis
- Apartheid as the Genesis of Welfarism: Contrasting Perspectives on Education Policies for Advancing European Interests in South Africa and Zimbabwe
- The Welfare State Decline and the Rise of Neoliberalism since the 1980s: Some Approaches between Latin America’s Core and Peripheral Countries
Fabiane Santana Previtali, Cílson César Fagiani, and Carlos Lucena
- The U.S. Welfare State: Rise, Fall, and Beyond
- Human Rights and the Welfare State: An Exploratory History of Social Rights in the Postwar Netherlands
Paul van Trigt
- By and Beyond “Organised Motherhood”: Feminist Politics and the Emerging German Welfare State
- Capturing the Welfare State Moment
- Yesterday (Digital scholarly resources, archival links, images, and more related to the global history of the welfare state.)
- Today (Global and local organizations, movements, trade unions, research centers, digital scholarly resources, networks, and more related to the present and the future of the welfare state.)