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Citations of archives at the Modern Records Centre: 2015

Books:

Matthew Anderson, University of Portsmouth:

  • A History of Fair Trade in Contemporary Britain 2015: From Civil Society Campaigns to Corporate Compliance (Palgrave Macmillan)

Roberta Bivins, University of Warwick:

  • Contagious Communities: Medicine, Migration, and the NHS in Post War Britain (OUP Oxford)

Stefanie Börner, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena:

  • From National to European Solidarity? The Negotiation of Redistributive Spaces - chapter in European Integration, Processes of Change and the National Experience, eds. Stefanie Börner and Monika Eigmüller (Palgrave Macmillan)

Anne Borsay, Pamela Dale, Christine Hallett and Jane E. Schultz (eds.):

  • Mental Health Nursing: The Working Lives of Paid Carers in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Manchester University Press)

Eve Colpus, University of Southampton:

  • Fitting in by being yourself: Avenues Unlimited and youth work in the East End c. 1960s–2000s - chapter in Diasporas Reimagined: Spaces, Practices and Belonging, eds. Nando Sigona, Alan Gamblen, Giulia Liberatore and Hélène Neveu Kringelbach (Oxford Diasporas Programme)

Mustafah Dhada, California State University and Coimbra University:

  • The Portuguese Massacre of Wiriyamu in Colonial Mozambique (Bloomsbury)

Masuda Hajimu, National University of Singapore:

  • Cold War Crucible: The Korean Conflict and the Postwar World (Harvard University Press)

Mark Hampton, Lingnan University:

  • Hong Kong and British culture, 1945–97 (Manchester University Press)

David Howell, University of York:

  • Ramsay Macdonald - chapter in British Labour Leaders, eds. Charles Clarke and Toby James (Biteback Publishing)

Joseph Melling, University of Exeter:

  • Labouring stress: Scientific research, trade unions and perceptions of workplace stress in mid-twentieth century Britain - chapter in Stress in Post-War Britain, ed. Mark Jackson (Routledge)

Martin Minchom: 

  • Spain's Martyred Cities: From the Battle of Madrid to Picasso's Guernica (Sussex Academic Press)

Stephanie Olsen (ed.):

  • Childhood, Youth and Emotions in Modern History: National, Colonial and Global Perspectives (Palgrave Macmillan)

Linda Palfreeman, University of Cardenal Herrera, Elche:

  • Spain bleeds: The development of battlefield blood transfusion during the Civil War (Sussex Academic Press)

Chandrika Patel:

  • The Taste of British South Asian Theatres: Aesthetics and Production (Lulu Publishing Services)

Matthias Reiss, University of Exeter:

  • Blind Workers Against Charity: The National League of the Blind of Great Britain and Ireland, 1893-1970 (Palgrave Macmillan)

Richard Rhodes, Stanford University:

  • Hell and good company: The Spanish Civil War and the world it made (Simon & Schuster UK)

Matthew Richardson: 

  • The Hunger War: Food, Rations and Rationing 1914-1918 (Pen & Sword Military)

Linsey Robb, University of Strathclyde:

  • Men at Work: The Working Man in British Culture, 1939-1945 (Palgrave Macmillan)

Eugenia Russell and Quentin Russell:

  • Watford and South West Herts in the Great War (Pen & Sword Military)

Sarah L. Silkey, Lycoming College:

  • Black Woman Reformer: Ida B. Wells, Lynching, and Transatlantic Activism (The University of Georgia Press)

Paul Smethurst, University of Hong Kong:

  • The Bicycle - Towards a global history (Palgrave Macmillan)

Dan Stone, Royal Holloway, University of London:

  • The liberation of the camps: The end of the Holocaust and its aftermath (Yale University Press)

Peter Thorsheim, University of North Carolina, Charlotte:

  • Waste into Weapons: Recycling in Britain during the Second World War (Cambridge University Press)

Stephen Wade, University of Hull:

  • The Justice Women: The Female Presence in the Criminal Justice System 1800-1970 (Pen & Sword Military)

Noel Whiteside, University of Warwick:

  • Organising labour markets: the British experience - chapter in The History of Labour Intermediation: Institutions and Finding Employment in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries, eds. Sigrid Wadauer, Thomas Buchner, Alexander Mejstrik (Berghahn Books)

Richard Whiting, University of Leeds:

  • The Conservatives and radical reform: The 1971 Industrial Relations Act and North America - chapter in The Tory World: Deep History and the Tory Theme in British Foreign Policy, 1679-2014, ed. Jeremy Black (Ashgate)

William Whyte, St John's College, Oxford:

  • Redbrick: A social and architectural history of Britain's civic universities (OUP Oxford)

Adrian Williamson:

  • Conservative economic policymaking and the birth of Thatcherism, 1964-1979 (Palgrave Macmillan)

Articles:

Imogen Clarke and James Mussell, University of Leeds:

  • Conservative attitudes to old-established organs: Oliver Lodge and Philosophical Magazine (Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science)

Andrew Cohen, University of the Free State, South Africa:

  • Britain and the breakdown of the colonial environment: The struggle over the Tanzam oil pipeline in Zambia (Business History Review, vol.88, issue 4)

Stephen Constantine, Lancaster University:

  • Cledwyn Hughes, MP for Anglesey – And St Helena (The Welsh History Review, vol. 27, no. 3, June 2015)

Jennifer Crane, University of Warwick:

  • Painful Times: The Emergence and Campaigning of Parents Against Injustice in 1980s Britain (Twentieth Century British History)

Mark J. Crowley, Wuhan University:

  • Preparing for a Future War: Pre-War Planning in the British Post Office, 1918–1939 (History, vol.100, issue 343)

Mike French, University of Glasgow:

  • “Slowly Becoming Sales Promotion Men?”: Negotiating the Career of the Sales Representative in Britain, 1920s–1970s (Enterprise & Society)

Paul Griffin, University of Glasgow:

  • Labour struggles and the formation of demands: The spatial politics of Red Clydeside (Geoforum, volume 62, June 2015)

Christopher R. Hill, Birmingham City University:

  • Nations of Peace: Nuclear Disarmament and the Making of National Identity in Scotland and Wales (Contemporary British History)

Diarmaid Kelliher, University of Glasgow:

  • The 1984-5 miners' strike and the spirit of solidarity (Soundings, no.60, Summer 2015)

Frank Land, London School of Economics and Political Science:

  • Early history of the information systems discipline in the UK: An account based on living through the period (Communications of the Association for Information Systems, vol.35, article 6)

Dennie Oude Nijhuis, Leiden University:

  • Incomes policies, welfare state development and the notion of the social wage (Socio-Economic Review)

Ann Oakley, Institute of Education, University of London:

  • The history of gendered social science: a personal narrative and some reflections on method (Women's History Review, vol.24, issue 2)

Amy Palmer, University of Roehampton:

  • Nursery schools or nursery classes? Choosing and failing to choose between policy alternatives in nursery education in England, 1918–1972 (History of Education)

Christopher Phillips, University of Leeds:

  • Early Experiments in Civil–Military Cooperation: The South-Eastern and Chatham Railway and the Port of Boulogne, 1914–15 (War & Society, vol.34, issue 2, May 2015)

Vincent Porter:

  • The slow death of a labour aristocracy: Rugby’s carpenters, 1898–1914 (Midland History, vol.40, issue 1)

John Privilege, Ulster University:

  • The Northern Ireland government and the welfare state, 1942–8: the case of health provision (Irish Historical Studies, vol.39, issue 155, May 2015)

Bjørn Tore Rosendahl, Stiftelsen Arkivet, Kristiansand / University of Agder:

  • Patriotism, money and control: Mobilization of Norwegian merchant seamen during the Second World War (Scandinavian Journal of History)

Christopher Sirrs, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine:

  • Accidents and Apathy: The Construction of the ‘Robens Philosophy’ of Occupational Safety and Health Regulation in Britain, 1961–1974 (Social History of Medicine, May 2015)

Peter Sloman, Churchill College, Cambridge:

  • Beveridge’s rival: Juliet Rhys-Williams and the campaign for basic income, 1942–55 (Contemporary British History)

James R. Vaughan, Aberystwyth University:

  • ‘Mayhew's outcasts’: anti-Zionism and the Arab lobby in Harold Wilson's Labour Party (Israel Affairs, volume 21, issue 1)

James T. Walker, University of Reading:

  • Voluntary export restraints between Britain and Japan: The case of the UK car market (1971–2002) (Business History)

John K. Walton:

  • Revisiting the Rochdale Pioneers (Labour History Review, vol.80, issue 3)

Roseanna Webster, Manchester University:

    • ‘A Spanish Housewife is Your Next Door Neighbour’: British Women and the Spanish Civil War (Gender & History, volume 27, issue 2, August 2015)

    Noel Whiteside, University of Warwick:

    • Who were the unemployed? Conventions, classifications and social security law in Britain (1911-1934) (Historical Social Research, Vol. 40 (2015) 1)

    Kevin Whitston, Universities of Bristol and the West of England:

    • The ideologies of practical men: Trade unions and the politics of public ownership (Contemporary British History, volume 29, issue 1

    Adrian Williamson: 

    • The Bullock Report on Industrial Democracy and the Post-War Consensus (Contemporary British History)

    Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, University of Illinois, Chicago:

    • Royal death and living memorials: the funerals and commemoration of George V and George VI, 1936–52 (Historical Research)