A Transnational Network of Social Reform in the Nineteenth Century: Visitors to Social Reform Congresses 1840-1880



Using international congresses as nodes, scientists and philanthropists expanded an expert network in social reform from the 1850s onward. The project explores both the impact of international expertise on the national and local level of governance and vice-versa. The database contains records on 3000+ visitors to International Social Reform Congresses between 1840 and 1880.
Date made available2009
PublisherMaasticht University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Date of data production1 Jan 2009

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