'Labour History'

TOC, November issue

Please find below the content list for the latest issue of Labour History Australia. If anyone has any enquiries concerning the issue or subscriptions they can contact me.

Greg Patmore,
Labour History,

A Journal of Labour and Social History
Number 79 * November 2000

  • Editorial
    • Grant Michelson
      Labour History and Culture – An Overview
    • Lucy Taksa
      ‘Pumping the Life-Blood into Politics and Place’: Labour Culture and the Eveleigh Railway Workshops
    • Janis Bailey
      Blue Singlets and Broccoli : Culture in the Service of Union Struggle
    • Andrew Moore
      Opera of the Proletariat : Rugby League, the Labour Movement and Working-Class Culture in New South Wales and Queensland
    • Mark Morrisson
      Performance Poetry and Counter-Public Spheres : Geoff Goodfellow and Working-Class Voices
    • Kathie Muir
      Feminism and Representations of Union Identity in Australian Union Banners of the 1980s and early 1990s
    • Bernard Carney
      Left Singing
    • Lockie McDonald
      ‘It Shall Not Look Like A Funeral’
    • Eileen Yeo
      Labour History and Culture – A Postscript
    • Barbara (Chambers) Dawson
      Striking Out for Independence : Moves Towards Self- Determination and Self-Sufficiency on the Southern Monaro Property of Bibbenluke, 1861-84
    • W.M. Robbins
      The Lumber Yards : a Case Study in the Management of Convict Labour 1788-1832
    • Justin Harding
      Ideology or Expediency? The Abolition of the Queensland Legislative Council 1915-22
    • ‘The Rise of the Modern Labour Technocrat’: Response
      Tom Bramble
    • Terry Irving and Sean Scalmer: Reply to Tom Bramble
    • Kevin Healey (1909-2000): ‘Dear Mum and Dad’
      Rowan Cahill
    • George Petersen (1921-2000) Jim Staples
    • Working Life & Federation, 1890-1914
      Frank Bongiorno
    • The ACTU Congress of 2000
      Ross Martin
    • A.W. Martin’s Incomplete Menzies: No Aboriginals, No Women: (Jenny Hocking)
    • Bill Bunbury, Unfinished Business: Reconciliation, the Republic and the Constitution; Humphrey McQueen, Temper Democratic: How Exceptional is Australia? (Bruce Scates)
    • Raymond Evans, Fighting Words: Writing About Race; Henry Reynolds, Why Weren’t We Told? A Personal Search for the Truth About Our History (Bill Thorpe)
    • Michael O'Rourke, The Kamilaroi Lands: North-Central New South Wales in the Early 19th Century (Jill Slack)
    • Katherine Betts, The Great Divide: Immigration Politics in Australia; Glenn Patmore and Dennis Glover (eds), New Voices for Social Democracy: Labor Essays 1999-2000; Michael Thompson, Labor Without Class: The Gentrification of the ALP (Damien Cahill)
    • Howard Kimeldorf, Battling for American Labor: Wobblies, Craft Workers, and the Making of the Union Movement (Eric Fry)
    • Michael Hess (ed.), Labour Organisation and Development: Case Studies (Clive Moore)
    • Wendy Lowenstein, Weevils at Work: What's Happening To Work In Australia –An Oral Record (Nadia Wheatley)
    • Paul Adams, The Stranger from Melbourne: The Writing of Frank Hardy: A Literary Biography 1944 to 1975 (Allan Gardiner)
    • Margaret Penson, Breaking the Chains: Communist Party Women and the Women's Liberation Movement, 1965-1975 (Lynette Finch)
    • Kay Daniels, Convict Women (Tamsin O’Connor)
    • John Merritt, That Voluminous Squatter: W.E. Abbott, Wingen (Duncan Waterson)
    • K.T. Livingston, The Wired Nation Continent: The Communication Revolution and Federating Australia (Graeme Osborne)
    • Bobbie Oliver, Peacemongers: Conscientious Objectors to Military Service in Australia, 1911-1945 (Val Noone)
    • Frank Cain (ed.), Arming the Nation: A History of Defence Science and Technology in Australia (Greg Patmore)
    • Marcus Breen, Rock Dogs: Politics and the Australian Music Industry (Richard Waterhouse)
    • Deborah Stevenson, Art and Organisation: Making Australian Cultural Policy (Elaine Lindsay)
    • Michael Roe (with a specialist chapter by Richard Wood- Baker), Life Over Death: Tasmanians and Tuberculosis (Susan Hardy)

Posted: 22 November 2000