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Publications which cite archives held at the MRC - 2021


Matheus Cardoso da Silva, University of São Paulo:

The Left Book Club and its associates: The transnational circulation of socialist ideas in an Atlantic network, chapter in The Red and the Black: The Russian Revolution and the Black Atlantic, eds. David Featherstone and Christian Høgsbjerg.

Elinor Cleghorn:

Unwell Women: A Journey Through Medicine And Myth in a Man-Made World (W&N)

Richard Cohen:

Making History: The Storytellers Who Shaped the Past (Orion)

Ross Cranston, London School of Economics and Political Science:

Making Commercial Law through Practice 1830–1970: Law as Backcloth (Cambridge University Press)

Guillermo P. Curbera:

William Henry Young, an Unconventional President of the International Mathematical Union, chapter in Mathematical Communities in the Reconstruction After the Great War 1918–1928: Trajectories and Institutions, eds. Laurent Mazliak, Rossana Tazzioli (Birkhäuser)

Mary Davis, Royal Holloway, University of London, and John Foster, University of the West of Scotland:

UNITE History Volume 1 (1880-1931): The Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU): Representing a mass trade union movement (Liverpool University Press)

Andrew Dilley, University of Aberdeen:

The tale of two Commonwealths? The (British) Commonwealth of Nations, decolonisation and the break-up of Greater Britain, chapter in The break-up of Greater Britain, eds. Christian D. Pedersen and Stuart Ward

Jill Felicity Durey, Edith Cowan University:

John Galsworthy’s Compassion: All Beings Great and Small (Palgrave Macmillan)

James Gregory, Plymouth University:

Mercy and British Culture, 1760-1960 (Bloomsbury)

Tania Hershman, Ailsa Holland & Jo Bell:

On This Day She: Putting Women Back Into History, One Day At A Time (Metro Publishing)

Diarmaid Kelliher, University of Glasgow:

Making Cultures of Solidarity: London and the 1984–5 Miners’ Strike (Routledge)

Neville Kirk, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Yann Béliard, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3 (eds,):

Workers of the Empire, Unite: Radical and Popular Challenges to British Imperialism, 1910s-1960s (Liverpool University Press)

Julia Kölbl, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz:

The Babel of Tongues: Englischsprachige Freiwillige und ihr Beitrag zur Kommunikation im Spanischen Bürgerkrieg (Lit Verlag)

Elizabeth Krasemann:

Teaching the Holocaust by Inquiry (Lit Verlag)

David Kynaston:

On the Cusp: Days of '62 (Bloomsbury)

Gordon Lynch, University of Kent:

UK Child Migration to Australia, 1945-1970: A Study in Policy Failure (Palgrave Macmillan)

Linda Maynard:

Brothers in the Great War: Siblings, masculinity and emotions (Manchester University Press)

Seán McConville, Queen Mary University of London:

Irish Political Prisoners 1960-2000: Braiding Rage and Sorrow (Taylor & Francis)

Duncan Money, Leiden University:

White Mineworkers on Zambia's Copperbelt, 1926-1974 (Brill)

Stephen James Murray, Swansea University:

The Experiences of Basque and Spanish Iron Workers and their Descendants in Wales from 1900 (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)

Laura Newman, King's College London:

Germs in the English Workplace, c.1880–1945 (Routledge)

Matt Perry, Newcastle University:

The Global Challenge of Peace: 1919 as a Contested Threshold to a New World Order (Liverpool University Press)

John H. Pierson:

A New History of Social Work: Values and Practice in the Struggle for Social Justice (Routledge)

Vike Martina Plock, University of Exeter:

The BBC German Service during the Second World War: Broadcasting to the Enemy (Palgrave Macmillan)

Daniel Renshaw, University of Reading:

The Discourse of Repatriation in Britain, 1845-2016: A Political and Social History (Routledge)

Fern Riddell:

Sex: Lessons From History (Hodder & Stoughton)

Joanna Rzepa, University of Essex:

Modernism and Theology: Rainer Maria Rilke, T. S. Eliot, Czesław Miłosz (Palgrave Macmillan)

Mike Taber (ed.):

Under the Socialist Banner: Resolutions of the Second International, 1889-1912 (Haymarket Books)

Michael Tichelar, University of the West of England:

Why London is Labour: A History of Metropolitan Politics, 1900-2020 (Routledge)

Selina Todd, Oxford University:

Snakes and Ladders: The Great British Social Mobility Myth (Chatto & Windus)

James R. Vaughan:

The media, antisemitism, and political warfare in Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party, 2015‒2019, chapter in Research Handbook on Political Propaganda, eds. Gary D. Rawnsley, Yiben Ma and Kruakae Pothong (Edward Elgar Publishing)

Jonathan Whitehead:

Spanish Republicans and the Second World War: Republic Across the Mountains (Pen & Sword History)

John F. Wilson, Steven Toms, Ian Jones (eds.):

The Role of Governments in Markets: Interventions and Unexpected Consequences in Industrial History (Routledge)

Waqar H. Zaidi, Lahore University of Management Sciences:

Technological Internationalism and World Order: Aviation, Atomic Energy, and the Search for International Peace, 1920–1950 (Cambridge University Press)

Steven E. Zipperstein, University of California, Los Angeles:

Zionism, Palestinian Nationalism and the Law: 1939-1948 (Routledge)



Wendy Andrews and James W. P. Campbell, University of Cambridge:

How wallpaper archives contribute to our understanding of historic building interiors (Journal of Architectural Conservation)

Zaib un Nisa Aziz, Yale University:

Songs of Sisterhood: Feminist Political Practice between Empire and Internationalism 1910–20 (Gender & History)

Emanuel Nicolas Bourges Espinosa, University of Birmingham:

Managing industrial discontent in Britain, 1927-1930: the industrial cooperation talks and the segregation of the national unemployed workers’ movement (Labor History)

Kate Bowan, Australian National University:

Some British Musical Responses to the Spanish Civil War (Journal of War and Culture Studies, vol.14, issue 4)

Mike Burt:

Introducing Social Workers: Their Roles and Training (The British Journal of Social Work)

Thomas Da Costa Vieira and Emma A. Foster, University of Birmingham:

The elimination of political demands: Ordoliberalism, the big society and the depoliticization of co-operatives (Competition & Change)

David Clayton, University of York:

Conflict and conciliation: industrial relations in an industrialising Hong Kong, ca. 1946-1960 (Labor History)

Matthew Cooper, University of York:

‘Blind alley’ to ‘steppingstone’? Insecure transitions and policy responses in the downturns of the 1930s and post 2008 in the UK (Journal of Youth Studies)

Rodrigo Fracalossi de Moraes, Institute for Applied Economic Research, Rio de Janeiro:

Arming a few dictators but not others: The politics of UK arms sales to Chile (1973–1989) and Argentina (1976–1983) (The British Journal of Politics and International Relations)

David Featherstone, University of Glasgow:

Maritime Labour, Circulations of Struggle, and Constructions of Transnational Subaltern Agency: The Spatial Politics of the 1939 Indian Seafarers’ Strikes (Antipode)

Sam Harrison:

The 'protest' Olympics that never came to be (Smithsonian Magazine)

Alex Heslop, University of Reading:

Open Shop: Technological Change in London’s Printing Industry, 1980–1992 (Perspectives on Design and Digital Communication II)

Dan Hodgkinson, Oxford University:

Politics on liberation's frontiers: Student activist refugees, international solidarity, and the struggle for Zimbabwe, 1965-79 (The Journal of African History, vol.62, issue 1)

Edgar Jones, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, London:

Covid-19 and the Blitz compared: mental health outcomes (The Lancet)

Doug Munro, University of Queensland:

George Rudé: The Contours of a Career (French History and Civilization)

Mark Neuendorf, University of Adelaide:

Keeping the Light Shining: The National Asylum Workers' Union Magazine and the Print Culture of British Trade Unionism, ca. 1912–14 (Victorian Periodicals Review, vol.54, no.1)

Dennie Oude Nijhuis, Leiden University:

Middle-class interests, redistribution and the postwar success and failure of the solidaristic welfare state (Journal of European Social Policy)

Jose Parra-Martinez, Nicolás Stutzin-Donoso, Juan Manuel López Carreño:

Playgrounds y espacio común. A propósito del juego en la ciudad suspendida (Revista Proyecto Progreso Arquitectura)

Eleanor Peters, University of Aberdeen:

‘On the fringe of the Technical World’: female electrical appliance demonstrators in interwar Scotland (Women's History Review)

Martin Powell, University of Birmingham, and Claire Hilton, Royal College of Psychiatrists:

How the Sans Everything and Ely inquiries put reform of psychiatric hospitals onto the United Kingdom government agenda (International Journal of Health Governance)

Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, University of Warwick:

Recovering Refugee Stories: Chilean Refugees and World University Service (Journal of Refugee Studies)

Boram Shin, Hanyang University:

The Origins of Soviet Russia’s Public Diplomacy: The Russian Famine (1921-1922) and the Creation of VOKS (The Journal of Slavic Studies, vol.36, no.3)

Jeannette Strickland, University of Liverpool:

European sources for advertising and marketing history (Journal of Historical Research in Marketing)

Sandra Trudgen Dawson:

Refugee Children and the Emotional Cost of Internationalism in Interwar Britain (Journal of British Studies)

James Vernon, University of California, Berkeley:

Heathrow and the Making of Neoliberal Britain (Past & Present)

E. James West, Northumbria University:

Hunt the Wizard! Race, Immigration, and British Tabloid Coverage of David Duke’s 1978 Tour (Contemporary British History, vol.35, issue 1)

Kathryn Woods, Pierre Botcherby, Joshua Patel, Lauren Sleight and Rebecca Stone, University of Warwick:

Then & Now - Arts at Warwick (Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal, vol.8, no.4)

Ryosuke Yokoe, University of Tokyo:

Brewers, Booze and Medicine: Industrial Funding of Alcoholic Liver Disease Research in 1980s Britain (Social History of Medicine)