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Citations of archives at the Modern Records Centre: 2018

Books:

Tricia Dawson, Keele University:

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

David M. Higgins, Newcastle University:

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

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)

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)

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)

Articles:

Gordon Barrett, University of Oxford:

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

Phoebe Brown:

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

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)

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)

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)

David Paulson, University of Cambridge:

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

Gary McCulloch, UCL:

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