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Publications which cite archives held at the MRC - 2018


Paul Aichroth:

  • A Brief History of Westminster Hospital: Tercentenery 1719-2019 (CW+)

Paddy Ashdown:

  • Nein!: Standing up to Hitler 1935–1944 (William Collins)

Emmanuelle Avril and Yann Béliard, eds.:

  • Labour United and Divided from the 1830s to the Present (Manchester University Press)

Jordanna Bailkin, University of Washington:

  • Unsettled: Refugee Camps and the Making of Multicultural Britain (OUP Oxford)

Sebastian Browne, Canterbury Christ Church University:

  • Medicine and Conflict: The Spanish Civil War and its Traumatic Legacy (Routledge)

Anthony Carew, University of Manchester:

  • American Labour's Cold War Abroad: From Deep Freeze to Détente, 1945-1970 (Athabasca University Press)

    Jenny Crane, University of Warwick:

    • Child Protection in England, 1960-2000: Expertise, Experience, and Emotion (Palgrave Macmillan)

    Tricia Dawson, Keele University:

    • Gender, Class and Power: An Analysis of Pay Inequalities in the Workplace (Palgrave Macmillan)

    Danny Evans, University of Leeds:

    • Revolution and the State: Anarchism in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939 (Routledge)

    Elizabeth F. Evans, University of Notre Dame, Indiana:

    • Threshold Modernism: New Public Women and the Literary Spaces of Imperial London (Cambridge University Press)

    Alistair Fair, University of Edinburgh:

    • Modern Playhouses: An Architectural History of Britain's New Theatres, 1945-1985 (OUP Oxford)

    Alison S. Fell, University of Leeds:

    • Women as Veterans in Britain and France after the First World War (Cambridge University Press)

    David M. Higgins, Newcastle University:

    • Brands, Geographical Origin, and the Global Economy: A History from the Nineteenth Century to the Present (Cambridge University Press)

    Rose Holmes:

    • “Make the Situation Real to Us without Stressing the Horrors”: Children, Photography and Humanitarianism in the Spanish Civil War, chapter in Humanitarianism and Media: 1900 to the Present, ed. Johannes Paulmann

    Arne Hordt:

    • Kumpel, Kohle Und Krawall: Miners' Strike Und Rheinhausen als Aufruhr in Der Montanregion (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht)

    Joan B. Huffman:

    • Lady Frances: Frances Balfour, Aristocrat Suffragist (Matador)

    Richard Jobson, University of Oxford:

    • Nostalgia and the post-war Labour Party: Prisoners of the past (Manchester University Press)

    Angela V. John, Swansea University:

    • Rocking the Boat: Welsh women who championed equality, 1840-1990 (Parthian Books)

    John Kelly, Birkbeck College, University of London:

    • Contemporary Trotskyism: Parties, Sects and Social Movements in Britain (Routledge)

    Andrew Brower Latz:

    • The Social Philosophy of Gillian Rose (Cascade Books)

    Thomas Linehan, Brunel University:

    • Scabs and Traitors: Taboo, Violence and Punishment in Labour Disputes in Britain, 1760-1871 (Routledge)

    A.Z. McKenna:

    • 100 Years of Government Communication (HM Government)

    Christopher Miller, University of Glasgow:

    • Planning and Profits: British Naval Armaments Manufacture and the Military Industrial Complex, 1918-1941 (Liverpool University Press)

    Julia Moses, University of Sheffield:

    • The First Modern Risk: Workplace Accidents and the Origins of European Social States (Cambridge University Press)

    Ann Oakley, University College London:

    • Women, peace and welfare: A suppressed history of social reform, 1880-1920 (Policy Press)

    Quentin Outram and‎ Keith Laybourn (eds.):

    • Secular Martyrdom in Britain and Ireland: From Peterloo to the Present (Palgrave Macmillan)

    Gianetta Rands (ed.):

    • Women's Voices in Psychiatry: A Collection of Essays (Oxford University Press)

    Aditya Sarkar, University of Warwick:

    • Trouble at the Mill: Factory Law and the Emergence of the Labour Question in Late Nineteenth-Century Bombay (OUP India)

    Robert Saunders, Queen Mary University of London:

    • Yes to Europe!: The 1975 Referendum and Seventies Britain (Cambridge University Press)

    David Thackeray, Andrew Thompson and Richard Toye (eds.):

    • Imagining Britain's Economic Future, c.1800-1975: Trade, Consumerism, and Global Markets (Palgrave Macmillan)

    Michael Tichelar, University of the West of England:

    • The Failure of Land Reform in Twentieth-Century England: The Triumph of Private Property (Routledge)

    Antonio E. Weiss:

    • Management Consultancy and the British State: A Historical Analysis Since 1960 (Palgrave Macmillan)


    Edward Anderson, University of Cambridge, and Patrick Clibbens, University of Oxford:

    • ‘Smugglers of Truth’: The Indian diaspora, Hindu nationalism, and the Emergency (1975–77) (Modern Asian Studies)

    Gordon Barrett, University of Oxford:

    • China's “People's Diplomacy” and the Pugwash Conferences, 1957–1964 (Journal of Cold War Studies)

    Angela Bartie, Linda Fleming, Mark Freeman, Tom Hulme, Alexander Hutton and Paul Readman:

    • ‘History taught in the pageant way’: education and historical performance in twentieth-century Britain (History of Education)

    Matthew Broad:

    • Ignoring Europe? Reassessing the British Labour Party’s Policy towards European Integration, 1951-60 (Journal of European Integration History)

    Phoebe Brown:

    • ‘Othering’ and the Persistence of Imperial Attitudes: Media Representations of Ethnicity, Gender and Class in the Grunwick Dispute (Midlands Historical Review)

    Katherine Bruce-Lockhart, University of Cambridge:

    • The Archival Afterlives of Prison Officers in Idi Amin’s Uganda: Writing Social Histories of the Postcolonial State (History in Africa)

    Stefanie Börner, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, and Monika Eigmüller, Europa-Universitaet Flensburg:

    • Social security in Europe. Towards a diachronic perspective for analysing social policy rescaling (Culture, Practice & Europeanization, vol. 3, no. 1)

    Andrew Burchell, University of Warwick:

    • In Loco Parentis, Corporal Punishment and the Moral Economy of Discipline in English Schools, 1945–1986 (The Journal of the Social History Society)

    Mike Burt:

    • The ‘Younghusband Report’ Recommendation of Two-Year Training Courses and the Development of Social Work (Practice)

    Eve Colpus, University of Southampton:

    • Women, Service and Self-actualization in Inter-War Britain (Past and Present, vol.238, issue 1)

      Jennifer Crane, University of Warwick:

      • Why the History of Public Consultation Matters for Contemporary Health Policy (Endeavour)
      • ‘Save our NHS’: activism, information-based expertise and the ‘new times’ of the 1980s (Contemporary British History)

      Lucy Delap, University of Cambridge:

      • “Disgusting Details Which Are Best Forgotten”: Disclosures of Child Sexual Abuse in Twentieth-Century Britain (Journal of British Studies, vol.57, no.1)
      • Feminism, Masculinities and Emotional Politics in Late Twentieth Century Britain (Cultural and Social History)

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

      • El papel de las mujeres socialistas en los organismos internacionales durante los años treinta (Hispania, vol. LXXVIII, no.259)

      Tom Ellis, University of Portsmouth, and Akira Kyo, Kwansei Gakuin University:

      • Youth Justice in England & Wales: Past, Present & Future (Ryukoku Corrections and Rehabilitation Center Journal, no.8 2018)

      David Featherstone, University of Glasgow:

      • Politicizing In/Security, Transnational Resistance, and the 1919 Riots in Cardiff and Liverpool (Small Axe, vol.22, no.3 (57))

      A. Fedorov:

      • NKVD in the Spanish Civil War (Latin American Historical Almanac, no. 20)

      Mark D. Harmon, University of Tennessee, Knoxville:

      • A war of words: the British Gazette and British Worker during the 1926 General Strike (Labor History)

      Louise Hide, Birkbeck, University of London:

      • In Plain Sight: Open Doors, Mixed-sex Wards and Sexual Abuse in English Psychiatric Hospitals, 1950s—Early 1990s (Social History of Medicine)

      Jonathan Hyslop, Colgate University and the University of Pretoria:

      • German seafarers, anti‐fascism and the anti‐Stalinist left: the ‘Antwerp Group’ and Edo Fimmen's International Transport Workers' Federation, 1933–40 (Global Networks)

      M. Gómez León and H. J. de Jong, University of Groningen:

      • Inequality in turbulent times: income distribution in Germany and Britain, 1900–50 (The Economic History Review)

      Vicky Long and Victoria Brown:

      • Conceptualizing work-related mental distress in the British coalfields (c.1900–1950) (Palgrave Communications volume 4)

      Gary McCulloch, UCL:

      • Educational research: Which way now? (British Educational Research Journal, vol.44, no.2)

      Elisabetta Mori, Middlesex University:

      • LEO, Olivetti e i primi computer commerciali in Europa: un'occasione perduta? (Mondo Digitale, Oct. 2018)

      Anna Muggeridge, University of Worcester:

      • The Missing Two Million: The Exclusion of Working-class Women from the 1918 Representation of the People Act (Revue Française de Civilisation Britannique, XXIII-1)

      Grant Olwage, Wits University:

      • Paul Robeson's Microphone Voice and the Technologies of Easy Singing (Technology and Culture, vol.59, no.4)

      Richard Overy, University of Exeter:

      • The bombing of British cities in the Second World War (Storia Urbana, no.158)

      Linda Palfreeman, University of Cardenal Herrera, Elche:

      • Fernanda Jacobsen and the Scottish Ambulance Unit during the Spanish Civil War (1936–39) (International Journal of Iberian Studies, vol.31, no.3)

      David Paulson, University of Cambridge:

      • The professionalisation of selling and the transformation of a family business: Kenrick & Jefferson, 1878–1940 (Business History)

      Jonathan Roscoe, Oxford Brookes University:

      • ‘The age of shouting had arrived’: Victor Gollancz, Stanley Morison, and the reimagining of marketing at Victor Gollancz, Ltd and the Left Book Club (Oxford Brookes University)

      David S. Rowbottom:

      • A Contribution to the History of the National Union of Public Employees: A View from Cumbria, 1969–1979 (Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, vol.39)

      Dan Alexandru Savoaia:

      • Human Rights and Independent Trade Unionism in Late 1970's Romania: The Case of SLOMR (Anuarul Institutului de Istorie »A.D. Xenopol«)

      Peter Sloman, Churchill College, Cambridge:

      • Redistribution in an Age of Neoliberalism: Market Economics, ‘Poverty Knowledge’, and the Growth of Working-Age Benefits in Britain, c. 1979–2010 (Political Studies)

      Pere Soler Paricio:

      • L’État irlandais et les aides humanitaires destinées au peuple espagnol durant la guerre civile espagnole (Études Irlandaises)

      Jo Stanley, Liverpool John Moores University:

      • Black Salt: Britain’s black sailors (International Journal of Maritime History)

      Stephanie Ward, Cardiff University:

      • Labour Activism and the Political Self in Inter-War Working-Class Women’s Politics (Twentieth Century British History)

      Andrew Waterman, University of Portsmouth:

      • The Limits of Embedded Liberalism: TUC Strategies to Influence the Multi-Fibre Arrangement and the GATT Social Clause, 1973–1994 (Labour History Review, vol.83, issue 2)