About this book series

This series brings together historical research on consumption and consumerism in the modern era, especially the twentieth century, and with a particular focus on comparative and transnational studies. It aims to make research available in English from an increasingly internationalized and interdisciplinary field. The history of consumption offers a vital link among diverse fields of history and other social sciences, because modern societies are consumer societies whose political, cultural, social, and economic structures and practices are bound up with the history of consumption. Worlds of Consumption highlights and explores these linkages, which deserve wide attention, since they shape who we are as individuals and societies.
Electronic ISSN
2945-6029
Print ISSN
2945-6010
Series Editor
  • Hartmut Berghoff,
  • Jan Logemann

Book titles in this series

  1. Feeling Lucky

    The Production of Gambling Experiences in Monte Carlo and Las Vegas

    Authors:
    • Paul Franke
    • Copyright: 2023

    Available Renditions

    • Hard cover
    • Soft cover
    • eBook
  2. Consumer Engineering, 1920s–1970s

    Marketing between Expert Planning and Consumer Responsiveness

    Editors:
    • Jan Logemann
    • Gary Cross
    • Ingo Köhler
    • Copyright: 2019

    Available Renditions

    • Hard cover
    • Soft cover
    • eBook
  3. Bright Modernity

    Color, Commerce, and Consumer Culture

    Editors:
    • Regina Lee Blaszczyk
    • Uwe Spiekermann
    • Copyright: 2017

    Available Renditions

    • Hard cover
    • Soft cover
    • eBook