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Citations of archives at the Modern Records Centre: 2016

Books:

Calum Aikman, University of Edinburgh:

  • Frank Chapple: A Thoughtful Trade Union Moderniser - chapter in Alternatives to State-Socialism in Britain: Other Worlds of Labour in the Twentieth Century, eds. Peter Ackers and Alastair J. Reid (Palgrave Macmillan)

Vivian Bickford-Smith, University of Cape Town:

  • The Emergence of the South African Metropolis: Cities and Identities in the Twentieth Century (Cambridge University Press)

Philip M. Coupland: 

  • Farming, Fascism and Ecology: A life of Jorian Jenks (Routledge)

Christophe Farquet, Université de Genève:

  • La défense du paradis fiscal suisse avant la Seconde Guerre mondiale : une histoire internationale (Editions Alphil)

Helen Glew, University of Westminster:

  • Gender, Rhetoric and Regulation: Women's Work in the Civil Service and the London County Council, 1900-55 (Manchester University Press)

Jameel Hampton, Liverpool Hope University:

  • Disability and the Welfare State in Britain: Changes in Perception and Policy 1948-1979 (Policy Press)

Matt Houlbrook, University of Birmingham:

  • Prince of Tricksters: The Incredible True Story of Netley Lucas, Gentleman Crook (University of Chicago Press)

Antony Lentin:

  • Mr Justice McCardie (1869-1933): Rebel, Reformer, and Rogue Judge (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)

Roger Lloyd-Jones and M.J. Lewis, Sheffield Hallam University:

  • Arming the Western Front: War, Business and the State in Britain 1900-1920 (Routledge)

Nick Mansfield, University of Central Lancashire:

  • Soldiers as Workers (Liverpool University Press)

Brian Marren:

  • We shall not be moved: How Liverpool's working class fought redundancies, closures and cuts in the age of Thatcher (Manchester University Press)

Terri Mullholland:

  • British Boarding Houses in Interwar Women's Literature: Alternative domestic spaces (Routledge)

Steven Parfitt, University of Nottingham:

  • Knights Across the Atlantic: The Knights of Labor in Britain and Ireland (Liverpool University Press)

Greg Patmore, University of Sydney:

Kimberley Reynolds, University of Newcastle:

  • Left Out: The forgotten tradition of radical publishing for children in Britain 1910-1949 (OUP Oxford)

Dave Rich, Birkbeck College, University of London:

  • The Left's Jewish Problem: Jeremy Corbyn, Israel and Anti-Semitism (Biteback Publishing)

Lynn Schler, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev:

  • Nation on Board: Becoming Nigerian at Sea (Ohio University Press)

Ian Shaw, Aalborg University:

  • Social Work Science (Columbia University Press)

Caroline Shenton:

  • Mr Barry's War: Rebuilding the Houses of Parliament after the Great Fire of 1834 (OUP)

Christopher Sirrs, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine:

  • Risk, Responsibility and Robens: The Transformation of the British System of Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, 1961–74 - chapter in Governing Risks in Modern Britain: Danger, Safety and Accidents, c. 1800–2000, eds. Tom Crook and Mike Esbester (Palgrave Macmillan)

Jo Stanley, University of Hull: 

  • Cabin 'Boys' to Captains: 250 Years of Women at Sea (The History Press)

Michael Tichelar, University of the West of England:

  • The History of Opposition to Blood Sports in Twentieth Century England: Hunting at Bay (Routledge)

Reiner Tosstorff, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz:

  • The Red International of Labour Unions (RILU) 1920 - 1937 (BRILL)

Roland Wales:

  • From Journey's End to the Dam Busters: The Life of R.C. Sherriff, Playwright of the Trenches (Pen & Sword Military)

Richard Whiting, University of Leeds:

  • Trade Unions: Voluntary Associations and Individual Rights - chapter in Alternatives to State-Socialism in Britain: Other Worlds of Labour in the Twentieth Century, eds. Peter Ackers and Alastair J. Reid (Palgrave Macmillan)

John Williamson and Martin Cloonan, University of Glasgow:

  • Players' Work Time: A History of the British Musicians' Union, 1893-2013 (Manchester University Press)

Nina Willner:

  • Forty Autumns: A family's story of courage and survival on both sides of the Berlin Wall (Little, Brown)

Susan Zimmermann, Central European University:

  • The International Labour Organization, transnational women's networks, and the question of unpaid work in the interwar world - chapter in Women in Transnational History: Connecting the Local and the Global, eds. Clare Midgley, Alison Twells and Julie Carlier (Routledge)

Articles:

Peter Anderson, University of Leeds:

  • The Struggle over the Evacuation to the United Kingdom and Repatriation of Basque Refugee Children in the Spanish Civil War: Symbols and Souls (Journal of Contemporary History)

Jörg Arnold, University of Nottingham:

  • Vom Verlierer zum Gewinner – und zurück Der Coal Miner als Schlüsselfigur der britischen Zeitgeschichte (Geschichte und Gesellschaft, vol.42, issue 2)

Bryan John Ayres:

  • ‘“Navvy” import alions [sic]’: the schooling of navvy children in the Midlands in the 1890s (History of Education)

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

  • Indefinite transits: mobility and confinement in the age of steam (Journal of Global History, vol.11, issue 2)

Tom Buchanan, University of Oxford:

  • ‘Loyal Believers and Disloyal Sceptics’: Propaganda and Dissent in Britain during the Korean War, 1950–1953 (History, vol.101, issue 348)

Nick Butler, Lund University, and David Collins, Hull University:

  • The failure of consulting professionalism? A longitudinal analysis of the Institute of Management Consultants (Management & Organizational History, vol 11, issue 1)

Matheus Cardoso da Silva, Universidade de São Paulo:

  • Victor Gollancz: um editor socialista nos anos do Popular Front britânico (Revista Mundos do Trabalho, vol.8, no.15)

Stephen Constantine, Lancaster University:

  • Governor Sir John Field in St Helena: Democratic Reform in a Small British Colony, 1962–68 (The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History)

Steve Coulter, London School of Economics and Political Science:

  • Signalling Moderation: UK Trade Unions, ‘New Labour’ and the Single Currency (LSE ‘Europe in Question’ Discussion Paper Series No. 121/2016)

Mark J. Crowley, Wuhan University:

  • 'Inequality' and 'value' reconsidered? The employment of post office women, 1910-1922 (Business History)
  • Technological change and Post Office communications in Britain, 1918–1945 (History and Technology)

Gareth Curless, University of Exeter:

  • ‘The people need civil liberties’: trade unions and contested decolonisation in Singapore (Labor History, vol.57, issue 1)

Pilar Domìnguez Prats, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria:

  • The Presence and Absence of Spanish Socialist Women in the International Trade Unions during the Interwar Period (Ventunesimo Secolo 38/2016)

Christos Efstathiou, University of Warwick:

  • E.P. Thompson, the Early New Left and the Fife Socialist League (Labour History Review, vol.81, issue 1)

Jed Fazakarley, University of Oxford:

  • Race as a separate sphere in British government: From the Colonial Office to municipal anti-racism (Callaloo, vol.39, no.1)

David Featherstone, University of Glasgow:

  • Harry O’Connell, maritime labour and the racialised politics of place (Race & Class, vol. 57, no. 3)

Maria Framke, Universität Rostock:

  • Political humanitarianism in the 1930s: Indian aid for Republican Spain (European Review of History, vol.23, issue 1-2)

Antonina Gentile, University of Milan:

  • World-system hegemony and how the mechanism of certification skews intra-European labor solidarity (Mobilization: An International Quarterly 21(1))

Noemi De Haro Garcia, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid:

  • Voces de seda. Las pinturas clandestinas de Agustín Ibarrola (1962-1965) (Archivo Español de Arte, vol.89, no.355)

Rhodri Hayward, Queen Mary University of London:

  • Busman’s stomach and the embodiment of modernity (Contemporary British History)

Claire Hilton:

  • Whistle-blowing and duty of candour in the National Health Service: a ‘history and policy’ case study of the 1960s and 2010s (Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, vol.109, no.9)

V.C. Hollman, Universidad de Buenos Aires:

  • Glass lantern slides and visual instruction for school teachers in early twentieth-century Argentina (Early Popular Visual Culture, vol.14, issue 1)

Grace Huxford, University of Bristol:

  • The Korean War never happened: Forgetting a conflict in British culture and society (Twentieth Century British History)

Diarmaid Kelliher, University of Glasgow:

  • Constructing a culture of solidarity: London and the British coalfields in the long 1970s (Antipode)

John Kelly, Birkbeck College, University of London:

  • The discursive reconstruction of poor electoral performance: the British Trotskyist left and the 2010 General Election (Journal of Political Ideologies, volume 21, issue 1)

Diane Kirkby and Dmytro Ostapenko, La Trobe University:

  • Pursuing Trade Union Internationalism: Australia's Waterside Workers and the International Transport Workers Federation, c. 1950–70 (Labour History, no.110)

Jake Lagnado:

  • Contribution to the history of Latin American Workers Association in London (Pacarina del Sur)

Michael Lambert, Lancaster University:

  • In pursuit of “the welfare trait”: recycling deprivation and reproducing depravation in historical context (People, Place and Policy, vol.10, issue 3)

Marc Lenormand, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3:

  • "Crisis ? What crisis ?" Discours de crise et critique du consensus en Grande-Bretagne (1964-1979) (Revue Française de Civilisation Britannique, XXI-1)

John McIlroy, Middlesex University:

  • The revival and decline of rank and file movements in Britain during the 1930s (Labor History, vol.57, issue 3)

Spencer Mawby, University of Nottingham:

  • The Limits of Anticolonialism: The British Labour Movement and the End of Empire in Guiana (History, vol.101, issue 344)

Jessica Medhurst, Newcastle University:

  • Representing and Repetition: Victor Gollancz's In Darkest Germany and the Metonymy of Shoes (German Life and Letters, vol.69, issue 4)

Dennie Oude Nijhuis, Leiden University:

  • Labour divisions and the emergence of dual welfare systems (Journal of European Social Policy)

Bobbie Oliver, Curtin University:

  • The Impact of Union Amalgamation on Membership: An Australian Case Study (SAGE Open)

Tommaso Pardi, ENS Cachan:

  • Industrial policy and the British automotive industry under Margaret Thatcher (Business History)

Renaud Payre, Sciences Po Lyon:

  • Une République mondiale de l’administration ? Circulations internationales, sciences de gouvernement et réforme administrative (1910-1945) (Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée 2016/1)

Jacopo Perazzoli, Università degli Studi di Milano:

  • Psi e Labour inglese alla ricerca del dialogo. Il rapporto Nenni-Bevan 1953-1957 (Italia Contemporanea)

Christopher Phillips, Leeds Trinity University:

  • Logistics and the BEF: The development of waterborne transport on the Western Front, 1914-1916 (British Journal for Military History, vol.2, issue 2)

Daniel Renshaw, Brunel University:

  • Prejudice and paranoia: a comparative study of antisemitism and Sinophobia in turn-of-the-century Britain (Patterns of Prejudice, vol.50, issue 1)

Andrew Sackville, Edge Hill University:

  • Edith Emily Mudd (1863-1941) – pioneer almoner (Bulletin of the Social Work History Network, vol. 3, issue 1)

Charles Sharpe:

  • From the individual, to the relational and communal: the Kirk’s influence on three Scottish thinkers: Ronald Fairbairn, John Macmurray and Ian Suttie (Ethics and Social Welfare)

Carolyn Steedman, University of Warwick:

  • Threatening Letters: E. E. Dodd, E. P. Thompson, and the Making of ‘The Crime of Anonymity’ (History Workshop Journal)

Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite, University College London:

  • The decline of deference and the left: An egalitarian moment for localism (Juncture, vol.23, issue 2)

Alex Sutton, University of St Andrews:

  • British Imperialism and the Political Economy of Malayan Independence (The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History)

Matthew Taylor, De Montfort University:

  • Les joueurs de football sont-ils des esclaves ? Conditions d’emploi dans le milieu du football professionnel en Angleterre et au Pays de Galles (1945-1961) (Le Mouvement Social, 2016/1, n° 254)

Tony Topham:

  • A Difficult Childhood: The Formative Years of the Transport and General Workers’ Union (Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, no.37)

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

  • The politics of production in the engineering industry (Labour History Review, vol.81, issue 1)

Adrian Williamson, University of Cambridge:

  • The Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Act 1927 Reconsidered (Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, no.37)

Matthew Worley, University of Reading:

  • Marx–Lenin–Rotten–Strummer: British Marxism and youth culture in the 1970s (Contemporary British History)

Valéria Zanier, London School of Economics and Political Science:

  • Redéfinir la relation de l’Europe et de la Chine après 1945 : les organisations économiques britanniques à la recherche d’échanges commerciaux « politiquement corrects » (1952-1963) (Relations internationales 2016/3)