Volume 1.1 (2019)
Semiannual (Winter, Summer)
Capitalism and History
Capitalism and History is committed to the dissemination of cutting-edge research and scholarly debate on past and present capitalist societies. The journal brings together historians and social scientists interested in the material and intellectual aspects of modern economic life. It is concerned with both theory and empirics, welcomes qualitative and quantitative investigations, and encourages conceptual as well as methodological innovations. Capitalism and History is global in reach, diverse in outlook, and comprehensive in coverage, spanning a wide range of periods and world regions. It aims to achieve innovation by challenging the conventional boundaries between historical fields and putting history in conversation with economics, law, social theory, and the humanities at large.
Authors should adhere to the latest edition of The Chicago Manual of Style.
Notes should be used for citation purposes only; please incorporate all discussion and argumentation into the body of the article.
Please send manuscripts for consideration to editors-CandH@sas.upenn.edu