Labour History

Papers
(The TQCC of Labour History is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Managerial Capitalism and White-Collar Professions: Social Mobility in Australia’s Corporate Elite5
Guardians of Workers’ Bodies? Trade Unions and the History of Occupational Health and Safety4
Surviving School and “Survival Schools”: Resistance, Compulsion and Negotiation in Aboriginal Engagements with Schooling4
“If You Thought about Those Things, Your Life Would Be a Misery!” Mental Health and the Safety of Seafarers3
Assessing the Accord and Labour’s Role in Neoliberalism2
Australian Union Transformation and the Challenge for Labour Historians2
“Re-Emergence” of Silicosis and Coal Workers Pneumoconiosis in Australia1
Shopgirls as Consumers: Selling Popular Music in 1920s Australia1
Aboriginal Worlds and Australian Capitalism1
Knowledge Activists on Health and Safety: Workmen-Inspectors in Metalliferous Mining in Australia 1901–251
“Our Side of the Story”: The Political Memoirs of the Rudd–Gillard Labor Cabinet1
“Selling Their Jobs?” Thatcherism, Voluntary Redundancy and Worker Resocialisation1
How to Solve a Crisis? The 1977 Metal Unions Seminar on the Role of the Industries Assistance Commission1
Migrant Labour and Their “Capitalist Compatriots”: Towards a History of Ethnic Capitalism1
Labor, the External Affairs Power and the Rights of Aborigines1
Engineers and Social Engineering: Professional/Trade Unions and Social Mobility0
Activism, Struggle and Labour History: The 16th Biennial Conference of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 3–5 October 2019, Perth Trades Hall Building0
EDITORIAL0
Labour History: Volume 122, Issue 10
Stuart Macintyre (1947–2021)0
LABOUR HISTORY REFEREES0
My Mother, Ethel Rosenberg0
BOOK REVIEWS0
Co-operative Education: The Credit Union Foundation of Australia Development Education Program 1991–20130
EDITORIAL0
Movement, Academy, Struggle: The Transformations of Labour History, Past, Present, and Future0
RESEARCH NOTICE BOARD0
BOOK REVIEWS0
BOOK REVIEWS0
Disability as Labour History0
Introduction0
Australian Society for the Study of Labour History0
“Stopping the Mad Stampede”: The New South Wales Labor Party Opposes Sending More Men Overseas and Favours Home Defence, May–June 19180
Labour History and the “Neoliberal Era”: Context and Conceptualisation0
BOOK NOTES0
Putting Capitalism in Its Place: Economies of Worth and the Practice of Australian History0
Obstacle Course: Women’s Entry into Skilled Positions in the Newcastle Steel Industry, 1980–20000
“Railway Work, Life & Death”: Exploring British and Irish Railway Worker Accidents, c. 1890–19390
RESEARCH THESIS NOTICE BOARD0
The Proletarian and the Political Challenge of Communism on the Australian Left0
“At Work, in Hospital, or in Gaol”: Women in British Guiana’s Jails, 1838–19170
Thomas Carlyle and the Australasian Labour Movement0
Research Thesis Notice Board0
NOTICE BOARD0
Carceral Frontiers: Prison Labour and the Making of New Zealand’s Pacific0
RESEARCH THESIS NOTICE BOARD0
Anti-Communism in the Unions: The Case of the Federated Clerks’ Union in South Australia, 1944–600
Labour History: Volume 121, Issue 10
“Fix the Workplace, Not the Worker”: Labour Feminism and the Shifting Grounds of Equality in the US Workplace, 1960–910
Wide Combs: A Disillusioned Career0
The Radical Arm of the Welfare Lobby: A History of the Victorian Coalition Against Poverty and Unemployment, 1980–910
Barbara Ehrenreich (1941–2022)0
LABOUR HISTORY PRIZES 20210
Oral History and Intersectional Approaches to Labour History in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Personal Perspective0
The Novelist as Labour Force Manager: Nevil Shute0
EDITORIAL0
Deindustrialisation and the Origins of the Care Economy: Reworking Class Analysis with a US Case Study0
Tribune on Trove: A New Digital Resource0
The Legacies of British Slavery in Australia’s Labour History0
Book Reviews0
Australian Society for the Study of Labour History0
“Don’t Be Too Polite Girls”: Gender Hierarchies and Women’s Leadership in the Meatworkers’ Union in the 1970s0
Forced Labour, Indenture and Convict Transportation: A Case Study of the Western Australian Pastoral Industry, 1830–500
Tasman George Parsons (1942–2020)0
Australian Society for the Study of Labour History0
Luxury and the Australian Labour Press, 1890–19180
NOTICE BOARD0
Labour, History and Labour History: Writing from a Business School0
BOOK REVIEWS0
Labour History: Volume 119, Issue 10
“We Just Thought We Were Superhuman”: An Oral History of Noise and Piecework in Paisley’s Thread Mills0
Book Notes0
The Fragility of Governmentality and Domination: The State, Carceral Labour and “(In)docile Resistance” in the Late Ottoman Empire0
“Ain’t I a Bastard, Well I Received My Training in Aussie”: The Life of Frank Maybank, an Australian Trade Unionist in Central Africa0
“An Active and Conscious Agent”? Ric Throssell and Soviet Espionage0
BOOK NOTE0
Introduction: Political Implications for the New History of Capitalism0
Sweated Labour among Clothing Outworkers at the Start of the Twenty-First Century0
An Archivist’s Experience of Processing the Bernie Taft Collection at the University of Melbourne Archives0
BOOK REVIEWS0
Pictorial: An Editorial History0
Paying Aboriginal Rural Workers: Racism, the Labour Market and Worker Agency0
Australian Society for the Study of Labour History0
A Beaut of a Cut Near Cairns: The Butty Gang System in the Cane Fields in John Naish’s The Cruel Field0
NOTICE BOARD0
Sickness and Slavery: Reflecting upon Aboriginal Domestic Workers and Disease in Australian History0
Australian Society for the Study of Labour History0
Working-Class Women’s Writing of Activism and Imprisonment: Political Violence and Emotions in Cold War Italy0
EDITORIAL0
Peter John Love (1947–2023)0
“No Place for Tourists”: Deaths on Western Australian Construction Sites0
The Precarious Working Life of Muriel Heagney, Labour Activist0
“Part of What We Thought and Felt”: Antifascism, Antisemitism and Jewish Connections with the New Theatre0
The Palimpsest of Welfarism: Enduring Layers of Paternalism in a New Zealand Industry Town0
Philanthropy and the “Management” of Working-Class Women: The West Gate Bridge Disaster0
Dangerous Workplaces0
Who Are the True Believers? The Manning Clark Labor History Memorial Lecture0
“Temper Discipline with Kindness”: Female Officers at the Old Melbourne Gaol and City Watch House, 1845–19350
Remembering Moss Cass, 1927–2022: Whitlam Minister and Champion of Progressive Causes0
RESEARCH NOTICE BOARD0
Labour History: Volume 120, Issue 10
Raymond Arthur Markey (1949–2022)0
FILM REVIEW0
OSH Research Should Properly Take into Account Gender Differences0
EDITORIAL0
The Unreliable Witness: Clarence Dakin, ASIO, and Espionage0
EDITORIAL0
Nature, Labour and Agriculture: Towards Common Ground in New Histories of Capitalism0
British Colonialism and Prison Labour in Inter-War Palestine0
LABOUR HISTORY REFEREES0
“Pony Up!” Managing Destitution among Grooms from Australia in British India0
BOOK REVIEWS0
Fighting for Life: Class, Community and Care in Labour History: The 17th Biennial Conference of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, Bendigo, 22–24 April 20220
Union Industrial Responses to Escalation in Live Cattle Export in Brisbane, 19780
“Aussies and Stinking Reds”: The Anti-Fascism of the Communist Party of Australia0
Labour History: Volume 118, Issue 10
Labour in the Technocratic Frame: Macroeconomic Policy and Wages in 1950s Australia0
Historical Developments in the Gender Pay Gap in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Longitudinal Employment Relations Critique0
Cultivating the “Proletarian Outlook”: Towards a History of the Left in Central Australia, 1920–750
Australian Society for the Study of Labour History0
BOOK REVIEWS0
The Colonial Ambiguities of Military Labour on the Penal Frontier: The Newcastle Penal Station 1804–240
RESEARCH NOTICE BOARD0
“The Best Way to Help Vietnam is to Make Revolution in Your Own Country”: Student Radicalism at Flinders University in the Long 1960s0
Notice Board0
The New Zealand Northern Drivers’ Union: Trade Union Anti-Racism Work, 1937–800
Cheryl Buchanan: Activist, Mentor, Publisher0
Australian Society for the Study of Labour History0
Australian Society for the Study of Labour History0
An Editorial View0
New Histories and the Return of Crisis: Labour History at 600
Thinking Capitalism from the Bedroom: The Politics of Location and the Uses of (Feminist, Queer, Crip) Theory0
EDITORIAL0
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