Cumulative Index

This Cumulative Index lists contributors with articles published, each with number, year and pagination of publication respectively (e.g.: 14/1980/30-39).  Where two issues were published in the same year (see The Journal) the sequence of issue is indicated after the year by lower case roman numeral (e.g.: 1972ii).

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Alexander, C R

James Connolly: the Emergence of a Socialist 1868-1896
49/2014/74-85

Allen, D

'Culture' and the Scottish Labour Movement
14/1980/30-39

Armstrong, A

Class, Nation and the Politics of James Connolly: a Research Note
50/2015/136-140

Armstrong, M

Thomas Muir and the Radical Movement of the 1790s
50/2015/49-71

Baillie, M

A New View of Dilution: Women Munitions Workers and Red Clydeside
39/2004/32-49

Bain, P

'Is you is or is you ain't my baby?' Women's Pay and the Clydeside Strikes of 1943
30/1995/35-60

Ballantyne, N

Lanarkshire's Steel Smelters 1873-1900
43/2008/10-29
The Lanarkshire Puddlers: a case study of work and wages in the malleable iron industry, 1870-1900
36/2001/6-19

Bell, A R

Recent Labour History Accessions to Scottish Repositories
38/2003/94-100
Sources for Scottish Labour History in the Manuscripts Division of the National Library of Scotland
37/2002/72-84

Black, M

'Never at Rest': the Diary of John S Taylor, 1885-1916
29/1994/50-62

Bloomfield, T

Interview with International Brigader
11/1977/28-34

Bolin-Hort, P

A Decided Failure? The Enforcement of the Early Factory Acts in the Glasgow District 1834-1870
26/1991/45-63
Managerial Strategies and Worker Responses: a New Perspective on the Decline of the Scottish Cotton Industry
29/1994/63-83

Bradley, D

Oral History, Occupational Health and Safety, and Scottish Steel c1930-1988
46/2011/86-101

Breitenbach, E

For workers' rights and self-determination? The Scottish labour movement and the British empire from the 1920s to the 1960s
51/2016/113-133

Brewer, R C

The Independent Labour Party in Angus 1908-18
22/1987/11-21

Brotherstone, T

John Maclean and the Russian Revolution: a Discussion Article
23/1988/15-29
The Suppression of the 'Forward'
1/1969/5-23
Voices of Piper Alpha: Enduring Injury in Private Memory, Oral Representation and Labour History
46/2011/71-85
A Peculiar Obscurity? William Gallacher's Missing Biography and the Role of Stalinism in Scottish Labour History: a contribution to an overdue discussion
51/2016/154-174

Brown, C G

A Brief Defence of Postmodernism
36/2001/3-5

Bruce, F

'There were bands, bands everywhere': Working in the leisure industry 1916-1950
32/1997/40-60

Buchanan, R T

The Shop Steward Movement 1935-47
12/1978/34-55

Burgess, K

William Newton and the Operative 1851-52: a 'Moment' in Discursive Formation
25/1990/58-75

Burness, C

Remember Mary Barbour
50/2015/81-96

Calder, A

Workers' Culture/Popular Culture: Defining Our Terms
26/1991/64-77

Caldwell, J T

The Battle for Glasgow Green
16/1981ii/19-27

Campbell, A

From Independent Collier to Militant Miner: Tradition and Change in the Trade Union Consciousness of the Scottish Miners 1874-1929
24/1989/8-23
The Scots at the Lenin School: an Essay in Collective Biography
37/2002/50-71
Reflections on the Communist Party's Third Period in Scotland: the case of Willie Allan
35/2000/33-54

Canning, A

Working with the William Gallacher Memorial Library
50/2015/127-135

Carrigan, D

Patrick Dollan and the Glasgow labour movement: a reappraisal
51/2016/134-153

Carter, P

New Lanark Facelift
8/1974/39-40

Clark, A

'And the Next Thing, the Chairs Barricaded the Door': the Lee Jeans Factory Occupation, Trade Unionism and Gender in Scotland in the 1980s
48/2013/116-135

Clarke, L

'A woman's place is where she wants to work': barriers to the entry and retention of women into the skilled building trades
44/2009/16-39

Collins, P S

Brothers under the Sun: British Trade Unions and the Indian Labour Movement in the Inter-War Period
28/1993/30-46

Cowper, H

Some Aspects of Working Class Education and Imperialism 1920-1940
16/1981ii/12-18

Cranstoun, J G M

Farm Servants and Collective Bargaining in War and Peace: the experience of the Scottish Farm Servants Union in East Lothian 1912-1932
35/2000/8-24

Cunningham, H

Michael Maltman Barry
5/1972i/17-22

Davidson, N

Popular Insurgency during the Glorious Revolution in Scotland
39/2004/14-31
Gramsci's Reception in Scotland
45/2010/37-58

Davidson, R

War-time Labour Policy 1914-1916: a Re-appraisal
8/1974/3-20

Davies, E

Sanny Sloan - the miners' MP
52/2017/78-91

Davis, J

A New Socialist Influence: British Labour and Revolutionary Russia 1917-1918
48/2013/158-179

De Fresnes, J

'After That Strike We Was Never Keeped Doon ...': The Scots Herring Girls Strikes 1900-1950
46/2011/102-119

Dean, R

'Trading Owenism': Co-operation, Socialism and Capitalism 1827-34
31/1996/8-34
Proto-socialists and the Community of Property vs Private Property Question, 1817-1835
33/1998/51-77

Denny, N

Self-Help, Abstinence and the Voluntary Principle: the Independent Order of Rechabites 1835-1912
24/1989/34-46

Devine, F

Andrew Wilson and Malcolm MacColl: Two Scots in revolutionary Ireland
51/2016/43-56