ToC: Labour History Review

Table of contents, Volume 85 (2020), Issue 3

This month’s issue includes 2019's Labour History Review Essay Prize Winner, Navigating Deindustrialization in 1970s Britain: The Closure of Bilston Steel Works and the Politics of Work, Place, and Belonging, by Matt Beebee. And Timo Luks examines Cadbury and Rowntree, two factories that have become experimental spaces in social engineering, redefining ‘factory citizenship’ by taking the metaphor of building a house to foster workers’ ‘responsibility;’ a concept with a strong gender bias.

MALCOLM CHASE: APPRECIATIONS

JAMIE BRONSTEIN | JOHN BELCHEM | KATRINA NAVICKAS | TOM SCRIVEN

RESEARCH ARTICLES

BUILDING THE ‘HOUSE OF INDUSTRY’: FACTORY CITIZENSHIP AND GENDERED SPACES AT CADBURY’S AND ROWNTREE’S1

TIMO LUKS

2019 LABOUR HISTORY REVIEW ESSAY PRIZE WINNER: NAVIGATING DEINDUSTRIALIZATION IN 1970S BRITAIN: THE CLOSURE OF BILSTON STEEL WORKS AND THE POLITICS OF WORK, PLACE, AND BELONGING1

MATT BEEBEE

A PLACE IN HISTORY? THE 2018 MARX BICENTENNIAL IN GERMANY

DETLEV MARES

BOOK REVIEWS

QUENTIN OUTRAM | JOE REDMAYNE | MATT PERRY | STEPHEN HOPKINS | MIGUEL MARTÍNEZ

LUCIO | LAURA RAMSAY

LABOUR HISTORY REVIEW ESSAY PRIZE

https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/issue/6041

Posted: 
09/12/2020