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Citations of archives at the Modern Records Centre: 2012

Books:

Sally Alexander and Barbara Taylor (eds.):

  • History and Psyche: Culture, Psychoanalysis, and the Past (Palgrave Macmillan)

Anthony Arnove and Colin Firth (eds.):

  • The People Speak: Voices that changed Britain (Canongate)

Martin Belam:

  • Keeping the Torch Burning: Terror, Protest and the Games (Guardian Books)

Anne Borsay, University of Wales, Swansea:

  • Disabled Children: Contested Caring, 1850-1979 (Routledge)

Trevor Boyns and Richard Edwards, Cardiff University:

  • A History of Management Accounting: The British Experience (Routledge)

Tom Buchanan, University of Oxford:

  • East Wind: China and the British Left, 1925-1976 (Oxford University Press)

Martin Conway, University of Oxford:

  • The Sorrows of Belgium: Liberation and Political Reconstruction, 1944-1947 (Oxford University Press)

Anthony Cox, University of Dundee:

  • Empire, Industry and Class: The Imperial Nexus of Jute, 1840-1940 (Routledge)

David Boyd Haycock:

  • I Am Spain: The Spanish Civil War and the Men and Women Who Went to Fight Fascism (Old Street Publishing)

Caroline Hoefferle, Wingate University:

  • British Student Activism in the Long Sixties (Routledge)

Steve Koerner:

  • The Strange Death of the British Motorcycle Industry (Cambridge University Press) - Winner of the 2012 British Archives Council Wadsworth Prize for British Business History

Vincent Lloyd, Syracuse University:

  • 'Gillian Rose: Making Kierkegaard Difficult Again' (chapter in Volume 11, Tome III: Kierkegaard's Influence on Philosophy - Anglophone Philosophy (Kierkegaard Research: Sources Reception and Resources), ed. Jon Stewart, published by Ashgate)

Cathie Jo Martin, Boston University, and Duane Swank, Marquette University, Wisconsin:

  • The Political Construction of Business Interests: Coordination, Growth, and Equality (Cambridge University Press)

Spencer Mawby, University of Nottingham:

  • Ordering Independence: The End of Empire in the Anglophone Caribbean, 1947-69 (Palgrave Macmillan)

R.W.H. Miller:

  • One Firm Anchor: The Church and the Merchant Seafarer (Lutterworth Press)

Christopher Moran, University of Warwick:

  • Classified: Secrecy and the State in Modern Britain (Cambridge University Press) - Winner of the 2014 St Ermin’s Hotel Intelligence Book of the Year Award

Glen O'Hara, Oxford Brookes University:

  • Governing Post-War Britain: The Paradoxes of Progress, 1951-1973 (Palgrave Macmillan)

Chris Rogers, University of York:

  • The IMF and European Economies: Crisis and Conditionality (Palgrave Macmillan)

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

  • Making Policy In British Higher Education 1945-2011 (Open University Press)

Penny Summerfield, University of Manchester:

  • Women Workers in the Second World War: Production and Patriarchy in Conflict (Routledge)

Lydia Syson:

  • A World Between Us (illustrations for enhanced ebook version, Hotkey Books)

Hakeem Ibikunle Tijani, Adeleke University:

  • Union Education in Nigeria: Labor, Empire, and Decolonization since 1945 (Palgrave Macmillan)

Neville Twitchell:

  • The Politics of the Rope: The Campaign to Abolish Capital Punishment in Britain, 1955-1969 (Arena Books Ltd)



Articles:

    Gopalan Balachandran, Graduate Institute Geneva:

    • Les marins indiens et leurs univers, 1870-1949 (Le Mouvement Social, no.241)

    G. Burrows, University of Melbourne, and R.H. Chenhall, Monash University:

    • Target costing: first and second comings (Accounting History Review, vol.22, issue 2)

    Mark James Crowley, Wuhan University:

    • Women Post Office Workers in Britain: The long struggle for gender equality and the positive impact of World War II (Essays in Economic & Business History, vol.30)

    Catherine Ellis, Ryerson University, Toronto:

    • Letting it Slip: The Labour Party and the ‘Mystical Halo’ of Nationalization, 1951–1964 (Contemporary British History, vol.26, issue 1)

    David Erdos, University of Oxford:

    • Constructing the Labyrinth: The impact of data protection on the development of ‘ethical’ regulation in social science (Information, Communication & Society, vol.15, issue 1)

    Christophe Farquet, Université de Lausanne:

    • The rise of the Swiss tax haven in the interwar period: An international comparison (European Historical Economics Society: EHES Working Papers in Economic History no.27)

    John Field, University of Stirling:

    • Service learning in Britain between the wars: university students and unemployed camps (History of Education, vol.41, issue 2)

    John R. Gold, Oxford Brookes University:

    • A SPUR to action?: The Society for the Promotion of Urban Renewal, ‘anti-scatter’ and the crisis of city reconstruction, 1957–1963 (Planning Perspectives, vol.27, issue 2)

    David Howell, University of York:

    • The Contribution of Direct Action to Gradualism: The Railway Strike of 1911 (Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, no.33)

    Cathy Hunt, Coventry University:

    • Sex Versus Class in Two British Trade Unions in the Early Twentieth Century (Journal of Women's History, vol.24, no.1)

    Cath Lambert, University of Warwick:

    • Redistributing the sensory: the critical pedagogy of Jacques Rancière (Critical Studies in Education, vol.53, issue 2)

    Gary McCulloch, Institute of Education, University of London:

    • Introduction: Disciplinarity, Interdisciplinarity and Educational Studies – Past, Present and Future (British Journal of Educational Studies, vol.60, issue 4)

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

    • Striking similarities: representing South Asian women's industrial action in Britain (Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, vol.19, issue 2)

    John McIlroy, Middlesex University:

    • Strikes and class consciousness in the early work of Richard Hyman (Capital & Class)

    Arthur McIvor, University of Strathclyde:

    • Germs at Work: Establishing Tuberculosis as an Occupational Disease in Britain, c.1900–1951 (Social History of Medicine, vol.27, issue 1)

    Alex Mold, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine:

    • Patients´ Rights and the National Health Service in Britain, 1960s–1980s (American Journal of Public Health, vol.102, no.11)

    Christopher Moores, University of Birmingham:

    • From Civil Liberties to Human Rights? British Civil Liberties Activism and Universal Human Rights (Contemporary European History, vol.21, issue 2)

    Hugh Pemberton, University of Bristol:

    • The failure of ‘nationalization by attraction’: Britain's cross-class alliance against earnings-related pensions in the 1950s (The Economic History Review, vol.65, no.4)

    Michel Pigenet, Université Paris 1:

    • Le VIH-sida, nouveau terrain d'intervention syndicale dans les transports internationaux (Le Mouvement Social, no.241)

    Barbara Schmucki, University of York:

    • Against “the Eviction of the Pedestrian”: The Pedestrians' Association and Walking Practices in Urban Britain after World War II (Radical History Review, issue 114)
    • “If I Walked on my Own at Night I Stuck to Well Lit Areas.” Gendered spaces and urban transport in 20th century Britain (Research in Transportation Economics, vol.34, issue 1)

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

    • Parallel Worlds: The California Master Plan and the Development of British Higher Education (Higher Education Dynamics, vol.38)
    • University governance: An issue for our time (Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education, vol.16, issue 2)

    Geraint Thomas, University of Oxford:

    • Conservatives, the Constitution and the Quest for a ‘Representative’ House of Lords, 1911–35 (Parliamentary History, vol.31, issue 3)

    Lisa Tickner:

    • ‘Export Britain’: Pop Art, Mass Culture and the Export Drive (Art History, vol.35, issue 2)

    Selina Todd, St Hilda's College, Oxford, and Hilary Young, Museum of London:

    • Baby-boomers to 'Beanstalkers': Making the Modern Teenager in Post-War Britain (Cultural and Social History, vol.9, no.3)

    Robbie Guerriero Wilson, University of Stirling:

    • The ‘layering’ of management in post-war Britain: The case of the Office Management Association (Business History, vol.54, issue 4)

    Matthew Worley, University of Reading:

    • Shot By Both Sides: Punk, Politics and the End of ‘Consensus’ (Contemporary British History, vol.26, issue 3)



    Television:

      Servants: The True Story of Life Below Stairs (BBC)