Clark, A. Fighting Deindustrialisation: Scottish Women’s Factory Occupations, 1981-1982. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2023

Government Report

Fraser A, Hamilton-Smith N, Clark A, Atkinson C, Graham W, McBride M. Community Experiences of Serious Organised Crime in Scotland – Research Findings. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2018.

Journal Articles

Clark A. ‘People just dae wit they can tae get by’: Exploring the half-life of deindustrialisation in a Scottish community’. The Sociological Review 2023, 71(2), 332–350.

Clark A. Workplace occupations in British labour history: Rise, fall, and historical legaciesLabour History Review 2021, 86(1), 1-6.

Clark A. ‘There is nothing there for us and nothing for the future’: Deindustrialization and workplace occupation, 1981-1982Labour History Review 2021, 86(1), 37-61.

Clark A, Fraser A, Hamilton-Smith N. Networked territorialism: the routes and roots of organised crimeTrends in Organized Crime 2021, 24, 246-262.

Fraser A, Clark A. Damaged hardmen: Organized crime and the half-life of deindustrializationBritish Journal of Sociology 2021, Epub ahead of print.

Clark A, Gibbs E. Voices of social dislocation, lost work and economic restructuring: Narratives from marginalised localities in the ‘New Scotland’Memory Studies 2020, 13(1), 39-59.

Robertson M, Clark A. ‘We Were the Ones Really Doing Something About It’: Gender and Mobilisation against Factory ClosureWork, Employment and Society 2019, 33(2), 336-344.

Clark A. Collaborating with schools: challenges and opportunities for oral historiansOral History 2015, 44, 107-115.

Clark A. And the next thing the chairs barricaded the door’: The Lee Jeans factory occupation, trade unionism and gender in Scotland in the 1980sScottish Labour History 2013, 48, 116-134.

Chapters in Edited Collections

Clark A. Stealing Our Identity and Taking It over to Ireland’: Deindustrialization, Resistance, and Gender in ScotlandIn: High, S., Perchard, A., and MacInnon, L, ed. The Deindustrialized World: Confronting Ruination in Postindustrial Places. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2017, pp.331-347.