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A list of key readings about Social history.
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  • Adas, Michael. "Social History and the Revolution in African and Asian Historiography," Journal of Social History 19 (1985): 335-378.
  • Cabrera, Miguel A. Postsocial History: An Introduction. (2004). 163 pp.
  • Cayton, Mary Kupiec, Elliott J. Gorn, and Peter W. Williams, eds. Encyclopedia of American Social History (3 vol 1993) 2653pp; long articles pages by leading scholars; see v I: Part II, Methods and Contexts, pp 235-434
  • Cross, Michael S. "Social History," Canadian Encyclopedia (2008) online
  • Cross, Michael S. and Kealey, Gregory S., eds. Readings in Canadian Social History (5 vol 1984). 243 pp.
  • Dewald, Jonathan. Lost Worlds: The Emergence of French Social History, 1815-1970. (2006). 241 pp.
  • Eley, Geoff. A Crooked Line: From Cultural History to the History of Society. (2005). 301 pp.
  • Fairburn, Miles. Social History: Problems, Strategies and Methods. (1999). 325 pp.
  • Fass, Paula, ed. Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood: In History and Society, (3 vols. 2003).
  • Fletcher, Roger. "Recent Developments in West German Historiography: the Bielefeld School and its Critics." German Studies Review 1984 7(3): 451-480. Issn: 0149-7952 Fulltext: in Jstor]
  • Henretta, James. "Social History as Lived and Written," American Historical Review 84 (1979): 1293-1323 in JSTOR
  • Kanner, Barbara. Women in English Social History, 1800-1914: A Guide to Research (2 vol 1988-1990). 871 pp.
  • Lloyd, Christopher. Explanation in Social History. (1986). 375 pp.
  • Lorenz, Chris. "'Won't You Tell Me, Where Have All the Good Times Gone'? On the Advantages and Disadvantages of Modernization Theory for History." Rethinking History 2006 10(2): 171-200. Issn: 1364-2529 Fulltext: Ebsco
  • Mintz, Steven. Huck's Raft: A History of American Childhood (2006). excerpt and text search
  • Mintz, Steven and Susan Kellogg. Domestic Revolutions: A Social History Of American Family Life (1989) excerpt and text search
  • Palmer, Bryan D., and Todd McCallum, "Working-Class History" Canadian Encyclopedia (2008)
  • Pomeranz, Kenneth. "Social History and World History: from Daily Life to Patterns of Change." Journal of World History 2007 18(1): 69-98. Issn: 1045-6007 Fulltext: in History Cooperative and Project Muse
  • Stearns, Peter N. "Social History Today ... And Tomorrow," Journal of Social History 10 (1976): 129-155.
  • Stearns, Peter N. "Social History Present and Future." Journal of Social History. Volume: 37. Issue: 1. (2003). Page Number: 9+. online edition
  • Stearns, Peter, ed. Encyclopedia of Social History (1993) 856 pp.
  • Stearns, Peter, ed. Encyclopedia of European Social History from 1350 to 2000 (5 vol 2000), 209 essays by leading scholars in 3000 pp.
  • Sutherland, Neil. "Childhood, History of," Canadian Encyclopedia (2008)
  • Thompson, E. P. The Essential E. P. Thompson. (2001). 512 pp. highly influential British historian of the working class
  • Thompson, F. M. L., ed. The Cambridge Social History of Britain, 1750-1950." Vol. 1: Regions and Communities. Vol. 2: People and Their Environment; Vol. 3: Social Agencies and Institutions. (1990). 492 pp.
  • Tilly, Charles. "The Old New Social History and the New Old Social History," Journal of Social History 7 (1984): 363-406;
  • Timmins, Geoffrey. "The Future of Learning and Teaching in Social History: the Research Approach and Employability." Journal of Social History 2006 39(3): 829-842. Issn: 0022-4529 Fulltext: History Cooperative and Project Muse
  • Wilson, Adrian, ed. Rethinking Social History: English Society, 1570-1920 and Its Interpretation. (1993). 342 pp.
  • Zunz, Olivier, ed. Reliving the Past: The Worlds of Social History, (1985) online edition

Primary sources

  • Binder, Frederick M. and David M. Reimers, eds. The Way We Lived: Essays and Documents in American Social History. (2000). 313 pp.