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Saothar 43
including
Mary Jones The 1841 Children's Employment Commission Ireland: the employment of children in mines and manufactories;
Leah Dowdall 'A tantrum in a teacup': Women in the Irish working-class movement, 1890-1916;
Mike Mecham William Walker: social activist and Belfast labourist;
Padraig Yeates 'Have you all gone mad' - the 1918 General Strike against Conscription;
Helga Woggon Winifred Carney in the 1918 Elections: Her Stand for Women, James Connolly & the Workers' Republic;
Denis Murphy Ardmore Studios, film workers and the Irish State: creative labour in the 'Decade of Upheaval';
John Newsinger 'To fling defiance into the teeth of the Master Class': The International Socialist Review, 'Larkinism' and the Dublin Lockout;
Ray McLoughlin Children working on Lamb Bros. Fruit Farms in the 1960s and 1970s;
Francis Devine 'If that is not murder, then what is murder?' A Note on Irish Labour and the Titanic ;
Tony Brown Labour Lives: Brendan Corish (1918-1990) Ambition to Serve;
Francis Devine Sources Study: William Norton and the Civil Service Reference Book and Post office Reference Book;
James Curry Labour Classic Revisited: R.M. Fox, Rebel Irishwomen (1935, 1967);
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Saothar 42
including
Peter Murray John McAteer and Marshall Plan technical assistance;
Fionnuala Walsh 'We work with shells all day and night': Irish female munitions workers during the First World War;
Luke Dineen The Cork Harbour Soviet of 1921;
Kieran McNulty Working-Class Radicalism in Co Kerry 1914-22;
Ruairí Gallagher 'Smash every Cross-Channel union': Inter-trade union rivalry in Watt's Distilleries Derry, 1920-21;
Elaine Sugrue Women and Irish trade unionism - a case study: the Irish Drapers' Assistants' Association, 1901-20;
Andy Cook'Nature's Own Moderate': Vivian Simpson and the Northern Ireland Labour Party 1958-72;
Brian Hanley 'We mourn our brothers ...': Workers respond to Bloody Sunday and the conflict in Northern Ireland 1969-72;
Andrew Newby Labour Lives, no. 19: Edward McHugh (1853-19 15);
Peter Rigney Document Analysis - The Dock Strike 1923;
Emmet O'Connor Essay: "Hail Russia!" Labour and the Bolshevik Revolution;
Martin Maguire Sources in the ILHS Archives: The Labour Gazette;
Conor McCabe Labour Classic Revisited: Dunsmore Clarkson, Labour and Nationalism (1925);
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Saothar 41
including
Michael D. Higgins A Celebration of James Connolly & the Irish Citizens Army;
Róisín Higgins The 'Incorruptible Inheritors of 1916': The Battle for Ownership of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Easter Rising;
Seán Byers Belfast Trades Council, the Easter Rising & the Trade Union Politics of Commemoration, 1916-1966;
Eve Morrison Class, Gender & Occupation Among the Bureau of Military History Witnesses & Ernie O'Malley Interviewees Who Were 'Out' in 1916;
Mary McAuliffe From Inghinidhe na héireann to the Irish Citizen Army: Women, Radical Politics & the 1916 Rising;
Kate O'Malley 'Thrilled by the Irish Rising ... and the Irish Story Ever Since': Indian Nationalist Reactions to the Easter Rising;
Bruce Nelson 'The Greatest Epic of Modern History': Caribbean Radicals and the Irish Revolution;
Dónal Fallon Joseph Connolly (1893-1956): Firefighter & ICA Fighter;
John Dorney The Rabble & the Republic;
Pádraig Yeates Who Were Dublin's looters in 1916?' Crime & Society in Dublin During the Great War;
Stefan Berger & Stefan Braun International Socialist Responses to the Easter Rising in Ireland in 1916 (Essay);
Adrian Grant C.D. Greaves, The Life & Times of James Connolly (Labour Classic);
Conor McNamara An Introduction to Manuscript Sources on the Irish Citizen Army (sources);
Edmund Penrose Objects in the ILHS Archives & Museum: Records & Uniforms of the Irish Citizen Army (sources);
Cécile Gordon The Military Service (1916-1923) Pensions Collection: Evidence of a Revolution Through Ordinary Voices (sources);
Francis Devine 'A Great & Trusted Custodian of Confidences' Betrayed? Winifred Carney's Military Service Pension Application (sources);
Peter Rigney The Rising & Railway Workers (sources);
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Saothar 37



Saothar 37, 2012 €20


Contents

Editorial: Labour and the 'decade of centenaries';
Niall Whelehan Labour and agrarian violence in the Irish midlands, 1850-1870;
John O'Donovan Class, conflict and the United Irish League in Cork, 1900-1903;
Emmet O'Connor Taking its natural place: Labour and the third Home Rule crisis, 1912-14;
Seán Byers Seán Murray's political apprenticeship: the making of an Irish Republican Bolshevik;
Margaret Ó hÓgartaigh Irish Nurses, Emerging States, and Trade Unions, 1918-39;
Barry Whelan Ireland's Minister in Spain - L. H. Kerney's diplomatic efforts to secure the release of Frank Ryan;
Giulia ní Dhulchaointigh Irish women domestic servants in London, c. 1901 (Saothar student prize for labour history);
Brendan Byrne Labour lives, no. 14: Thomas Kain, 1886-1948;
Donal Ó Drisceoil Bernadette: notes on a poliiical journey (film review);
Tony Varley Irish labour's quest for greater power (essays in review);
Conor McCabe The city on the edge of empire (essays in review);
Reviews;
Events;
Obituaries;
Irish Labour History Society, 2011;


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Saothar: Journal of Irish Labour History is a refereed journal, dedicated to the study of Irish working-class history in its broadest sense, including Irish workers abroad and comparative history. It contains articles, essays, essays in review, reviews, notices, reports, source studies, thesis abstracts, bibliographies, document studies, reminiscences, correspondence and an annual overview of ILHS activities. Saothar has been published since 1975 and has developed a reputation for combining high standards of scholarship with accessibility. It is circulated to all members of the Society. Back to Saothar main page



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