Historical information

Published semi-annually, contains refereed, scholarly articles about social and labour history in Australasia, - labour politics, trade unions, management labour practices, co-operatives, gender and ethnicity. This edition includes these articles: -Labourism: a Political Genealogy -Class, Populism and Labour Politics in Victoria, 1890-1914 -Keynesianism, Socialism and Labourism and the Role of Ideas in Labour Ideology -A Century of Laborism and the State, 1891-1993: An Historical Interpretation -We are of Age: Class, Locality and Region at Port Kembla, 1900-1940 -Researching Industrial Relations History: The Development of a Databas on Australian Trade Unions 1825-1900 -Loyalty and Communists: an interview with Bill Gollan -International Women's Day in Newcastle in the Fifties and Sixties: A Personal Account -Forthcoming: A Bibliography of Australian Communism -Postcard from California: the Hoover Institute -The ACTU Congress of 1993 -Australian Canadian Labour History Conference -The Australian Society for the Study of Labour History -The Classing Gaze: Sexuality, Class and Surveillance -Book reviews -Newcastle's Special Day; Australians in Spain Memorial Unveiling

Significance

Labour and class politics; direct relevance to industrial relations; social issues in general that fall within the purview of the union movement.

Physical description

Book; paper.

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