North West Labour History is published each autumn, and the current (2012-2013) edition is our thirty-seventh.
Examples of recent articles (click titles to open full pdf versions) include:
- Malcolm X in Manchester and Sheffield - Marika Sherwood (from edition no. 27).
- Ewan MacColl: the debate - Ben Harker and CP Lee (from edition no. 27).
- 'Not all gloom and doom': seafaring on the Cape Mail during apartheid - Mary Spreadbury (from edition no. 30).
- A curious commemoration - Bob Hayes (from edition no. 32).
- 'The power to get things changed!' - Ellen Tooley, Eccles' first woman councillor - Veronica Trick (from the current edition, no. 33).
- The politics of pauperism in Salford in the 1920s - John Henry (from edition no. 33).
- Seth Sagar's memoirs (from edition no. 34).
- Pacifism and Socialism in Hyde during the Great War - Christine Clayton (from edition no. 35).
- The Liverpool General Transport Strike 1911 - Eric Taplin (from the current edition, no. 36).
Many back issues are still available. Visit the publications page for more information.
Write for North West Labour History
We encourage the contribution of articles from all those interested in the history of the working class in north west England. Our contributors include labour movement activists, 'academic', 'amateur' and local historians, library and museum professionals and retired people.
We welcome contributions on the broad topic of labour history including all aspects of the life of the 'common people'. We are particularly keen to receive contributions from so-called 'amateur historians' and those whose research or recollections might not otherwise be published. Perhaps you are unearthing the life of an ancestor who was a women's suffrage campaigner or early trade unionist. Maybe you have personal recollections of work in an industry, or of life in a community, that no longer exists. The geographical range of the Journal is from the Scottish borders to Cheshire and from the Wirral to the Pennine uplands, and also includes articles relating to, or written by, emigrés from the region. The deadline for the submission of articles is the end of June each year. If you would like an informal discussion about your subject please contact the editor by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Style sheet and notes for contributors (Downloadable Word document).