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Publications which cite archives held at the MRC - 2014


Lars Amenda, Universität Osnabrück:

Between Southern China and the North Sea: Maritime Labour and Chinese Migration in Continental Europe, 1890–1950 - chapter in Asian Migrants in Europe: Transcultural Connections, eds. Sylvia Hahn, Stan Nadel (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht)

Graham Bannock:

Range Rover - The creators of an icon (Brooklands Books)

Tilly Blyth (ed.):

Information Age (Science Museum)

James Booth:

Philip Larkin: Life, Art and Love (Bloomsbury)

Georgina Brewis, Institute of Education, University of London:

A Social History of Student Volunteering: Britain and Beyond, 1880-1980 (Palgrave Macmillan)

Steve Coulter, London School of Economics:

New Labour Policy, Industrial Relations and the Trade Unions (Palgrave Pivot)

Howard Cox, University of Worcester, and Simon Mowatt, AUT University Business School, Auckland:

Revolutions from Grub Street: A History of Magazine Publishing in Britain (OUP Oxford)

Sally Dixon:

Great War Britain. Kidderminster: Remembering 1914-1918 (The History Press)

Paul Fantom, University of Birmingham:

Industry, Labour and Patriotism in the Black Country: Wednesbury at War, 1914-1918 - chapter in The Great War: Localities and Regional Identities (Cambridge Scholars Publishing), eds. Nick Mansfield and Craig Horner

Jed Fazakarley, University of Oxford:

British Multiculturalism: An Emerging Field for Historians - chapter in Assembling Identities (Cambridge Scholars Publishing), ed. Sam Wiseman

Joyce Goodman and Zoe Milsom, University of Winchester:

Performing Reforming and the Category of Age: Empire, Internationalism and Transnationalism in the Career of Reta Oldham, Headmistress - chapter in Women Educators, Leaders and Activists: Educational Lives and Networks 1900-1960 (Palgrave Macmillan), eds. Tanya Fitzgerald and Elizabeth M. Smyth

Pamela Horn:

Life Below Stairs: The Real Lives of Servants, 1939 to the Present (Amberley Publishing)

David Howell, University of York:

Mosley and British Politics 1918-32: Oswald's Odyssey (Palgrave Macmillan)

Cathy Hunt, Coventry University:

The National Federation of Women Workers, 1906-1921 (Palgrave Macmillan)

Louise A. Jackson, University of Edinburgh, and Angela Bartie, University of Strathclyde:

Policing Youth: Britain, 1945-70 (Manchester University Press)

Ann Jones, Australian National University:

No Truck with the Chilean Junta! Trade Union Internationalism, Australia and Britain, 1973–1980 (free online version available through the Australian National University Press website)

Seth Koven, Rutgers:

The Match Girl and the Heiress (Princeton University Press)

David Kynaston, Kingston University:

Modernity Britain: A shake of the dice, 1959-62 (Bloomsbury)

Vicky Long, Glasgow Caledonian University:

Destigmatising Mental Illness?: Professional Politics and Public Education in Britain, 1870-1970 (Manchester University Press)

Ann Oakley, Institute of Education, University of London:

Father and Daughter: Patriarchy, gender and social science (Policy Press)

Matt Perry, Newcastle University:

'Red Ellen' Wilkinson: Her ideas, movements and world (Manchester University Press)

Deirdre Raftery, University College Dublin:

Lives, Networks and Topographies of Time and Place: New Turns in the History of Women and Education - chapter in Women Educators, Leaders and Activists: Educational Lives and Networks 1900-1960 (Palgrave Macmillan), ed. Tanya Fitzgerald and Elizabeth M. Smyth

Mathew Richardson:

Leicester in the Great War (Pen & Sword Military)

Mike Savage, London School of Economics:

The History of British Sociology from the Perspective of its Archived Qualitative Sources: Ruminations and Reflections - chapter in The Palgrave Handbook of Sociology in Britain, ed. John Holmwood and John Scott (Palgrave Macmillan)

Michael Shattock, Institute of Education, University of London, former Registrar of the University of Warwick:

University governance in the UK: Bending the traditional model - chapter in International Trends in University Governance: Autonomy, self-government and the distribution of authority, ed. Michael Shattock (Routledge)

Nico Slate, Carnegie Mellon University:

The Prism of Race: W.E.B. Du Bois, Langston Hughes, Paul Robeson, and the Colored World of Cedric Dover (Palgrave Macmillan)

Jerome Teelucksingh, University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago:

Labour and the Decolonization Struggle in Trinidad and Tobago (Palgrave Macmillan)

Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds:

Nye: The Political Life of Aneurin Bevan (I.B.Tauris)

Daniel Tilles, Pedagogical University of Cracow:

British Fascist Antisemitism and Jewish Responses, 1932-40 (Bloomsbury)

Selina Todd, University of Oxford:

The People: The Rise and Fall of the Working Class, 1910-2010 (John Murray)

Jim Tomlinson, University of Glasgow:

Dundee and the Empire: 'Juteopolis' 1850-1939 (Edinburgh University Press)

John Tully, Victoria University, Melbourne:

Silvertown - the lost story of a strike that shook London and helped launch the modern labor movement (Monthly Review Press, New York)

Simon Vaukins:

The Isle of Man TT Races: Motorcycling, Society and Identity (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)

Cal Winslow (ed.), University of California, Berkeley:

E.P. Thompson and the Making of the New Left: Essays and Polemics (Monthly Review Press)

Katsuhiko Yokoi, Meiji University:

The Colombo Plan and industrialization in India: Technical cooperation for the Indian Institutes of Technology - chapter in The Transformation of the International Order of Asia: Decolonization, the Cold War, and the Colombo Plan, eds. Shigeru Akita, Gerold Krozewski and Shoichi Watanabe (Routledge)

Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, University of Illinois at Chicago:

Prince Philip: Sportsman and youth leader - chapter in The Man behind the Queen: Male Consorts in History, eds. Charles Beem and Miles Taylor (Palgrave Macmillan)


Anthony J. Arnold, University of Leicester:

‘A paradise for profiteers’? The importance and treatment of profits during the First World War (Accounting History Review)

G. Balachandran, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva:

Subaltern cosmopolitanism, racial governance and multiculturalism: Britain, c. 1900–45 (Social History, vol. 39, issue 4)

Caitríona Beaumont, London South Bank University:

Fighting for the ‘Privileges of Citizenship’: the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), feminism and the women's movement, 1928–1945 (Women's History Review)

Jonathan Browne, University of Kent:

History of anaesthesia: anaesthetics and the Spanish Civil War: The start of specialisation (European Journal of Anaesthesiology, vol.31, issue 2)

Jodi Burkett, University of Portsmouth:

The National Union of Students and transnational solidarity, 1958–1968 (European Review of History, vol.21, issue 4)

Jae Hee Choi:

Reciprocal relation between 'History from Below' and archives: with reference to the History Workshop Movement in England (Journal of the Korean Biblia Society For Library And Information Science, vol.25 no.3)

Paul Corthorn, Queen’s University, Belfast:

Cold War Politics in Britain and the Contested Legacy of the Spanish Civil War (European History Quarterly, vol.44, no.4)

Steven Crewe, De Montford University:

What about the Workers? Works-based Sport and Recreation in England c.1918–c.1970 (Sport in History)

Mark Dennis, Coventry University:

The ascent from the maelstrom: Art Students Observed and its descriptive resonance 40 years on (Journal of Visual Art Practice)

Christos Efstathiou:

E. P. Thompson's Concept of Class Formation and its Political Implications: Echoes of Popular Front Radicalism in The Making of the English Working Class (Contemporary British History)

Sylvia A. Ellis, Northumbria University:

Promoting solidarity at home and abroad: the goals and tactics of the anti-Vietnam War movement in Britain (European Review of History, vol.21, issue 4)

Antonina Gentile, University of Milan:

Labour repertoires, neoliberal regimes and US hegemony; what 'deviant' Italy tells us of OECD unions' paths to power (European Political Science Review)

Katie Graham, King’s College London:

The WISEArchive Cohen interviews: conversations with social work pioneers (Bulletin of the Social Work History Network, vol.1, issue 1)

Erika Hanna, University of Edinburgh:

Seeing like a cyclist: visibility and mobility in modern Dublin, c. 1930–1980 (Urban History)

Matthew Kavanagh, University of Salford:

‘Against fascism, war and economies’: the Communist Party of Great Britain’s schoolteachers during the Popular Front, 1935–1939 (History of Education, vol.43, issue 2)

Matthew Kidd, University of Nottingham:

The Evolution of the Northampton Labour Party, 1888-1918 (Ex Historia, vol.6)

Vicky Long, Glasgow Caledonian University:

Situating the factory canteen in discourses of health and industrial work in Britain (1914-1939) (Le Mouvement social, 2014, 2(247))

Wade Matthews:

Escolas de experiência: 1956, a New Left e A formação da classe operária inglesa (História e Perspectivas)

Linda McDowell, University of Oxford, Sundari Anitha, University of Lincoln, and Ruth Pearson, University of Leeds:

Striking Narratives: class, gender and ethnicity in the ‘Great Grunwick Strike’, London, UK, 1976–1978 (Women's History Review)

Stuart Middleton, University of Cambridge:

‘Affluence’ and the Left in Britain, c.1958–1974 (The English Historical Review, vol.129, issue 536)

Gareth Millward, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine:

Social Security Policy and the Early Disability Movement—Expertise, Disability, and the Government, 1965–77 (Twentieth Century British History)

Stephen Mustchin, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester:

Dismissal of strikers and industrial disputes: the 1985 – 1987 strike and mass sackings at Silentnight (Labor History)

Daisy Payling, University of Birmingham:

‘Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire’: Grassroots Activism and Left-Wing Solidarity in 1980s Sheffield (Twentieth Century British History)

Neil Rollings, University of Glasgow:

The twilight world of British business politics: the Spring Sunningdale conferences since the 1960s (Business History, vol.56, issue 6)

Jack Saunders, University College, London:

The Untraditional Worker: Class Re-Formation in Britain 1945–65 (Twentieth Century British History)

Lynn Schler, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev:

Seamen and the Nigerianization of Shipping in the Postcolonial Era (International Labor and Working-Class History, vol.86, Fall 2014)

Laura Schwartz, University of Warwick:

‘What we think is needed is a union of domestics such as the miners have’: The Domestic Workers’ Union of Great Britain and Ireland 1908–14 (Twentieth Century British History, vol.25, issue 2)

Michael Shattock, Institute of Education, University of London, former Registrar of the University of Warwick:

Can we still speak of there being an academic profession? (History of Education, vol.43, issue 6)

Matthew Taylor, De Montfort University, Leicester:

The Transatlantic Migration of Sporting Labour, 1920–39 (Labour History Review, vol. 79, no. 2)

Trade unionism in British sport, 1920–1964 (Labor History)

Andrew Thorpe, Exeter University:

Locking out the Communists: The Labour party and the Communist party, 1939–46 (Twentieth Century British History, vol.25, issue 2)

Jim Tomlinson, University of Glasgow:

The Political Economy of Globalization: The Genesis of Dundee's Two 'United Fronts' in the 1930s (The Historical Journal, vol.57, no.1)

Keith Vernon, University of Central Lancashire:

‘We alone are passive’: the Committee of Vice-chancellors and Principals and the organisation of British universities, c.1918–1939 (History of Education, vol.43, issue 2)

Horen Voskeritsian, University of the West of England:

The genesis of a scientific community: the British Universities Industrial Relations Association and the field of industrial relations in Britain, c.1950–1983 (Labor History)

Robbie Guerriero Wilson, University of Stirling:

The Loss of Balance Between the Art and Science of Management: Observations on the British Experience of Education for Management in the 20th Century (Journal of Management Education)

Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, University of Illinois at Chicago:

Keep Fit and Play the Game: George VI, Outdoor Recreation and Social Cohesion in Interwar Britain (Cultural and Social History, vol.11, no.1)


Night Will Fall (Spring Films)