'Historical Studies in Industrial Relations' (HSIR) and Liverpool University Press are pleased to make available a series of recent articles published in the journal which explore the history of the National Union of Public Employees (NUPE), one of the fastest growing trade unions in UK history. These articles will be free to read for a limited time.
Solidarity and suspicion: Irish Catholic and Jewish radical politics in East London
This piece was originally posted on the Society for the Study of Labour History blog. Irish and Jewish migrants in East London proved to be fertile ground for the growth of the mass unionisation of unskilled labour, says Dr Daniel Renshaw, author of Socialism and the Diasporic ‘Other’: A comparative study of Irish Catholic and … Continue reading
The Global Challenge of Peace: introducing book 17 in the Studies in Labour History series
This piece was originally posted on the Society for the Study of Labour History‘s blog. Histories of the transition from war to peace at the end of the First World War tend to focus on the role of statesmen and imperial powers. A new book in the Studies in Labour History Series aims to re-examine the … Continue reading
Journal Archives – a comprehensive collection of leading academic research from 1934 – 2004
To celebrate the launch of the new journal archives from Liverpool University Press, we hear from several journal editors on what they like best about looking back and reflecting on past journal issues, and why it’s great news for readers seeking historical research in the fields of Modern Languages and Political History. Political History Archive … Continue reading