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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SLHR Editorial Collective,

Scottish Labour History Review No 9
30/1995/
Scottish Labour History Review No 10
31/1996/
Scottish Labour History Review No 11
32/1997/

Stewart, David

'A Tragic Fiasco'? The 1984/85 Miners' Strike in Scotland
41/2006/34-50

Strangleman, Tim

Writing Workers: Re-reading Workplace Autobiography
46/2011/26-37

Stride, Rory

Women, work and deindustrialisation: The case of James Templeton & Company, Glasgow, c1960-1981
54/2019/154-180

Sweeney, Irene

Local Party Politics and the Temperance Crusade, Glasgow 1890-1902
27/1992/44-63

Tait, William

BSISLP Documents on the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Formation of the CPGB
24/1989/86-92

Thompson, Willie

The End of the Communist Party in Scotland
36/2001/39-48

Thomson, Alistair

Out of the People: J B Priestley as Wartime Populist
21/1986/4-13

Treble, James H

The Navvies
5/1972i/23-33
The National Leadership of the Charity Organisation Society, Old-Age Poverty and Old Age Pensions in Britain 1878-1908
18/1983/18-42
Unemployment in Glasgow 1903-1910: Anatomy of a Crisis
25/1990/8-39

Various,

Volume 51 [2016]
//1-191

Waites, Bernard

The Effects of the First World War on the Economic and Social Structure of the English Working Class
12/1978/3-33

Walker, David

'Working in it, through it, and among it all day': Chrome Dust at J and J White of Rutherglen 1893-1967
40/2005/50-69
'Danger Was a Thing that Ye Were Brought up wi': Workers' Narratives on Occupational Health and Safety in the Workplace
46/2011/54-70

Wall, Christine

'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

Walsh, Lorraine

Bread, Water and Hard Labour? New Perspectives on 1930s Labour Camps
34/1999/14-33

Ward, J T

Tory Socialist: Michael Maltman Barry 1842-1909
2/1970i/25-37

Watson, Don

Poles Apart: the Campaign Against Polish Settlement in Scotland after the Second World War
49/2014/107-123
Self-Help and Aid for Spain: The Hawick Workers' Mill 1936-39
34/1999/119-123

Whatley, Christopher A

Women, Girls and Vitriolic Song: A Note on the Glasgow Cotton Strike of 1825
28/1993/71-76
A Caste Apart? Scottish Colliers, Work, Community and Culture in the Era of Serfdom c1606-1799
26/1991/3-20

White, Stephen

Ideological Hegemony and Political Control: the Sociology of Anti-Bolshevism in Britain 1918-20
9/1975/3-20

Wilkie, Ben

Scottish Workers and Radicals in Early Twentieth-Century Australia
48/2013/74-94

Wilson, Alexander

The Scottish Chartist Press
4/1971/3-17

Winter, J M

A Note on the Reconstruction of the Labour Party in 1918
12/1978/63-69

Wood, Ian S

Drink, Temperance and the Labour Movement
5/1972i/34-54
Military Service and the Working Class 1850-1914: a Guide to Some of the Literature
21/1986/34-42
Irish Nationalism and Radical Politics in Scotland 1880-1906
9/1975/21-38

Wright, Valerie

‘Tinkering at a local level’: Unemployment, state intervention and community agency in Ferguslie Park, Paisley c. 1972-1977
53/2018/185-203

Young, James D

The Highland Clearings, Karl Marx and Stalinist "Modernization"
37/2002/26-49