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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Holmes, H

Revealing an 'Underworld' and Fighting for its Cause: Patrick MacGill, Irish Novelist, and the Irish Migratory Potato Workers in Scotland
34/1999/93-113

Holt, P

Scottish Pawnshops 1792-1820: a Note on a Neglected Index of the Condition of the Working Class
8/1974/31-33

Howell, D

Beyond the Stereotypes: the Independent Labour Party 1922-1932
29/1994/17-49

Hughes, A

'A Clear Understanding of Our Duty': Labour Women in Rural Scotland 1919-1939
48/2013/136-157
Working Class Family Breakdown and the First World War in Scotland
50/2015/141-159
'The Politics of the Kitchen' and the dissenting domestics: the ILP, labour women and the female 'citizens' of inter-war Clydeside
34/1999/34-51

Jackson, M

Strike Activity in Scotland
33/1998/97-112

James, K J

Foreigners, Females and 'Wasters': Labour and the Causes of Sweating in Glasgow 1887-1909
41/2006/18-33

Johnston, R

Incubating Death: Working with Asbestos in Clydeside Shipbuilding and Engineering, 1945-1990
34/1999/74-92
Clydeside Employers 1870-1920: Class Conscious or Individualistic?
32/1997/61-79

Johnstone, C

Early Post-War Housing Struggles in Glasgow
28/1993/7-29

Kelly, P

The Contribution of Scots to Trade Unionism Abroad
48/2013/52-73
The Contribution of Scots to Working Class Movements Abroad
47/2012/68-90

Kenefick, W

Bread, Water and Hard Labour? New Perspectives on 1930s Labour Camps
34/1999/14-33
An Historiographical and Comparative Survey of Dock Labour c1889 to 1920 and the Neglect of the Port of Glasgow
31/1996/51-71

Kiernan, V G

Labour and the War in Spain
11/1977/4-16

Kirk, N

'A State of War in the Valley of Glencoe': The Ballachulish Quarries Disputes, 1902-1905
38/2003/14-36

Knox, W

'Down with Lloyd George': the Apprentices Strike of 1912
19/1984/22-36
Keir Hardie and the Trade Unions
50/2015/72-80
Shedding the Blinkers: German and Scottish Labour Historiography from c1960 to the Present
26/1991/21-44
'Pests to Management': Engineering Shop Stewards on Clydeside, 1939-45
30/1995/11-34

Lancaster, E

Shop Stewards in Scotland: the Amalgamated Engineering Union between the Wars
21/1986/28-33

Lane, T

The 'People's War at Sea': Class Bureaucracy, Work Discipline and British Merchant Seamen 1939-1945
30/1995/61-86

Leicester, L

The 1970 Leeds' clothing workers' strike: representations and refractions
44/2009/40-55

Leopold, J W

The Levellers Revolt in Galloway in 1724
14/1980/4-29

Lewenhak, S

Women in the Leadership of the Scottish Trades Union Congress 1897-1970
7/1973/3-23

Lewis, A

The emergence of the builders of Edinburgh's New Town: an initial study of tradesmen in Georgian Scotland's building industries
42/2007/13-28

Lewis, J A

Clearing Out the Men of Munich: Young Communist Reactions to the Hitler-Stalin Pact
45/2010/59-77

Logue, K

The Porteous Riot: a Study of the Breakdown of Law and Order in Edinburgh 1736-1737
10/1976/21-40

Long, P

Abe Moffat, the Fife Miners and the United Mineworkers of Scotland
17/1982/5-18

Lunn, K

Reactions and Responses: Lithuanian and Polish Immigrants in the Lanarkshire Coalfield 1880-1914
13/1979/23-38

Macdonald, C L

Scotland's Affluent Workers? Pay, Stability and the Struggle for Parity at the Bathgate Motor Plant c1961-1986
48/2013/95-115

MacDonald, C M M

Weak Roots and Branches: Class, Gender and the Geography of Industrial Protest
33/1998/6-30

Macwhirter, J

Internationalism and the British Labour Movement 1917-27
6/1972ii/26-54

Maitles, H

Fascism in the 1930s: the West of Scotland in the British Context
27/1992/7-22

Manson, H

Voices of Piper Alpha: Enduring Injury in Private Memory, Oral Representation and Labour History
46/2011/71-85

Manson, J

James Barke's Major Operations – including an international metaphor
36/2001/49-52
Communists and Workers in Grey Granite
34/1999/114-118

Martin, C

Competition and co-operation: the ILP and the SDF, 1888-1914
52/2017/54-67

Marwick, W H

Aristocrats Turned Proletarian: a Centenary Study of Ponsonby, Trevelyan and Pethick Lawrence
5/1972i/3-16
Workers' Education in Early Twentieth-Century Scotland
8/1974/34-38

McCalman, S B

Chartism in Aberdeen
2/1970i/5-24

McDiarmid, A

Youth and School Student Discontent 1911-12: Dundee in Context
49/2014/61-73

McDougall, W

Fighting for Life: Alice, Nancy and the Society for the Prevention of Asbestosis and Industrial Diseases
47/2012/50-67

McGregor, J

Labour Relations on the West Highland Railway 1894-1924
43/2008/30-46

McHugh, J

John Maclean: the Scottish Workers' Republican Party and Scottish Nationalism
18/1983/43-47
The Clyde Rent Strike 1915
12/1978/56-62
Peter Petroff: The View from the Home Office File
35/2000/25-32

McIlroy, J

Reflections on the Communist Party's Third Period in Scotland: the case of Willie Allan
35/2000/33-54
The Scots at the Lenin School: an Essay in Collective Biography
37/2002/50-71