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Social Science History Association

The Social Science History Association, formed in 1976, brings together scholars from numerous disciplines interested in social history.[1]

Statement of Purpose: To bring together members of various disciplines (including economics, sociology, demography, anthropology, and history) who work with historical materials.[2]

Social Science History is a quarterly, peer-reviewed academic journal. It is the official journal of the Social Science History Association. Its articles bring an analytic, theoretical, and often quantitative approach to historical evidence. The journal's founders intended to "improve the quality of historical explanation" with "theories and methods from the social science disciplines" and to make generalizations across historical cases.[3] The first issue came out in the fall of 1976.[3][4] The journal's articles that are most-accessed and cited through JSTOR are about social and political movements and associated narratives.[5][6]

Past Conferences

  • 2013 SSHA Conference Program
  • 2012 SSHA Conference Program
  • 2011 SSHA Conference Program
  • 2010 SSHA Conference Program
  • 2009 SSHA Conference Program
  • 2008 SSHA Conference Program
  • 2007 SSHA Conference Program

Networks

SSHA Networks are special interest groups that generate ideas and help coordinate sessions at conferences. These are the network topics for 2013:

References

  1. ^ See the SSHA website
  2. ^ American History Association entry for SSHA
  3. ^ a b Editors' Foreword, 1976. Social Science History, 1(1): i-ii
  4. ^ Library of Congress Catalog Record: Social Science History
  5. ^ : Most accessedSocial Science History at JSTOR
  6. ^ : Most citedSocial Science History at JSTOR


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