The most recent and forthcoming publications by the members of Labour & Society are listed below. Additional publications can be viewed by visiting people.


Allen, Joan ‘The Nineteenth Century Denominational Press’, David Finkelstein (ed.), Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press, 1800-1900 (Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2019) in press

Baker, Bruce “Das Kapital on Tchoupitoulas Street: The Marketing of Stolen Goods and the Reserve Army of Labor in Reconstruction-Era New Orleans,” in Bruce E. Baker and Jeff Forret, eds., The Scoundrels, Shysters, and Confidence Men of Nineteenth-Century Southern Capitalism (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, forthcoming 2020)

Baker, Bruce with Elaine S. Frantz, “Against Synthesis: Diverse Approaches in the History of Reconstruction,” in Craig Thompson Friend and Lorri Glover, eds., Rewriting Southern History: Historiographical Essays (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, forthcoming 2020)

Carrer, Francesco, Walsh K. & Mocci F. (2019). Ecology, economy and upland landscapes: Transformations of human-environment interaction in the Alps during the transition to modernity. Human Ecology [forthcoming]

Cross, Máire In the Footsteps of Flora Tristan Liverpool University Press (forthcoming)

Cross, Máire ‘A Philosophy of Love: Flora Tristan to Charles Fillieu’, in Ada Bronowski (ed) ‘Dear Friend, You Must Change Your Life’: The Letters of Great Thinkers, Bloomsbury, (forthcoming)

Houston, Ben “‘Not as It Is Written’: Blending oral history and historic photographs in a civil rights exhibition,” The Public Historian (accepted for publication, slated for May 2020).


Atkinson-Phillips A, Capdepon U, Strauss J, Lopez Badell O. Mapping Historical Dialogue: Remembering for the Future. Kritika Kultura 2019, 33/34, 786-805.

Atkinson-Phillips A. Material Testimony: Memorials Bearing Witness to Experiences of Loss and Trauma. In: Santos, C; Spahr, A; Crowe Morey, T, ed. Testimony and Trauma: Engaging Common Ground. Leiden: Brill, 2019, pp.13-35.

Atkinson-Phillips A. Settled and Unsettled: The Spirit of Enterprise Project as (Post)Settler-Colonial Memory Activism. In: Darian-Smith, K; Hamilton, P, ed. Remembering Migration: Oral Histories and Heritage in Australia. Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp.271-283.

Atkinson-Phillips A. Survivor Memorials: Remembering Trauma and Loss in Contemporary Australia. Perth, Western Australia: University of Western Australia Publishing, 2019.

Baker, Bruce “The Loose Cotton Economy of the New Orleans Waterfront in the Late Nineteenth Century,” in Capitalism’s Hidden Worlds, ed. Kenneth Lipartito and Lisa Jacobson (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019), 67-80

Baker, Bruce with J. Laurence Hare and Jack Wells, Essential Skills for Historians (New York/London: Bloomsbury, 2019)

Carrer, Francesco, Shukurov A., Baggaley A., Sarson G. & Angelucci D.E. 2019. Ethnoarchaeology-based modelling to investigate pastoral practices in the Alpine uplands. In Saqualli M. & Vander Linden M. (eds.), Integrating qualitative and social science factors in archaeological modelling. Springer.

Clark, Andy and Monaghan, H.  ‘We were the ones really doing something about it: leadership and shopfloor mobilization against manufacturing closure’. Work, Employment and Society. (2019, online first)

Dale, Robert ‘“For what and for whom were we fighting?”: Red Army Soldiers, Combat Motivation and Survival Strategies on the Eastern Front in the Second World War’, in Catriona Pennell and Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses (eds), A World at War, 1911-1949: Explorations in the Cultural History of War (Leiden: Brill, 2019), pp. 133–58.

Loughlin, Christopher Labour and the Politics of Disloyalty in Belfast, 1921-39 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019)

Partridge, Ben ‘Visualizing Labour: Photographing the Factory Gates in May 1968’, Labour History Review, 84, 2, (2019), 175-201.

Quiroga, Alejandro,”Reino Unido. Brexit o el niño que quería jugar solo” in Álvaro Soto Carmona (ed.), La democracia herida. La tormenta perfecta (Madrid, Marcial Pons, 2019) 259-288.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Self-Portraits of the Past: Conflicting Narratives of the Spanish Transition in a Time of Crisis (2008–2016)” in Maria Elena Cavallaro and Kostis Kornetis (eds.), Rethinking Democratisation in Spain, Greece and Portugal (Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2019), 21-44 (co-authored with Carmina Gustrán).

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Así también se hace patria. Fútbol y franquismo en Cataluña y el País Vasco (1939-1977)”, Hispania Nova, (2019), n. 17, 270- 305.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Mixed feelings: Identities and nationalisations in Catalonia and the Basque country (1980–2015)”, National Identities, (2019), 21 (1), 93-111. (co-authored with Fernando Molina).

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Forging democratic citizens. Mass nationalization on a local level in the Spanish Second Republic (1931-36)”, European Review of History / Revue européenne d’histoire (2019), Vol 26, Issue 3, 505-532.


Atkinson-Phillips, Alison Commemorating a rape: Mary’s Place 1997 and 2010. Outskirts 2018, 38, 1-17.

Atkinson-Phillips, Alison Commemoration as Witnessing: 20 years of remembering the stolen generations at Colebrook Reconciliation Park. De Arte 2018, 53(2-3), 103-121.

Atkinson-Phillips, Alison On being moved: art, affect and activation in public commemorations of trauma. Continuum 2018, 32(3), 381-392.

Atkinson-Phillips, Alison Re-remembering Australia: Public memorials sharing difficult knowledge. Coolabah 2018, 24&25, 76-93.

Carrer, Francesco & Angelucci D.E. 2018. Continuity and discontinuity in the history of alpine landscapes: the upland pastoral landscapes of Val Molinac and Val Poré (Val di Sole, Trentino, Eastern Italian Alps). Landscape Research, 43(6): 862-877.

Clark, Andy and Gibbs, E. ‘Voices of social dislocation, lost work and economic restructuring: Narratives from marginalised localities in the ‘New Scotland’’. Memory Studies. (2018, online first)

Houston, Ben “Rhythm, Colour, and Movements: Narratives of Art and Life in Black Pittsburgh,” under review at Slavery & Abolition (for the special issue: Strike for Freedom: Acts and Arts of Liberation in the African Atlantic Imaginary (1818-2018)

Houston, Ben “Before the Bridge: Grassroots Activism in Selma Before 1965,” in Joe Street and Henry Knight Lozano, eds., The Shadow of Selma: The Selma Campaign and the Voting Rights Act, 1965-2010 (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2018.)

Quiroga, Alejandro, Ondear la nación. Nacionalismo banal en España (edited book with Ferran Archilés) (Granada: Comares, 2018).

Quiroga, Alejandro, “2010. El Mundial de fútbol: la Roja y la identidad nacional”, in Xosé Manoel Núñez Seixas (ed.), Historia Mundial de España (Barcelona: Destino, 2018), 927-932.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “La nación nuestra de cada día: el impacto de Banal Nationalism en España”, in Alejandro Quiroga and Ferran Archilés (eds.) Ondear la nación. Nacionalismo banal en España (Granada: Comares, 2018), 1-18.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Ondear la nación como problema”, in Alejandro Quiroga and Ferran Archilés (eds.) Ondear la nación. Nacionalismo banal en España (Granada: Comares, 2018) (co-authored with Ferran Archilés), ix-xiii.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Vírgenes, jotas y estampitas. Religión y nación en la II República”, De la historia eclesiástica a la historia religiosa. Estudios en homenaje al profesor Feliciano Montero Madrid, Universidad de Alcalá, 2018, 347-364.


Atkinson-Phillips, Alison Beyond the ANZAC spirit: Commemorating civilian experience of war. Studies in Western Australian History 2017, (32), 135-147.

Allen, Joan ‘A question of neutrality? The politicisation of the north-east Co-operative Movement, 1892-1926’, in Keith Laybourn and John Shepherd (eds) Labour: The British Labour Movement and Working People’s Lives: Essays to Celebrate the Life and Work of Chris Wrigley (Manchester, University Press, 2017)

Clark, Andy ‘‘They were almost stealing our identity and taking it to Ireland’: Deindustrialization, Gender, and Resistance in Scotland’, pp.331-347 in High, S., Perchard, A., and MacInnon, L. (Eds), The Deindustrialized World: Confronting Ruination in Postindustrial Places. (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2017)

Cross, Máire ‘In the face of disappearance: a tribute to the work of Robin Adamson’ Hidden words, Hidden worlds: everyday life and narrative sources (France 1939-1945), (special issue) Essays in French Literature and Culture 54, 2017

Dale, Robert ‘Being a Real Man’: Masculinities in Soviet Russia during and after the Great Patriotic War. In: Peniston-Bird C; Vickers E, ed. Gender and the Second World War: The Lessons of War. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, pp.116-134.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Narratives of success and portraits of misery: Football, national identities, and economic crisis in Spain (2008–2012)”, Romance Quarterly, 2017, 64:3, 126-134.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Sports and the Spanish Nation”, in Javier Moreno-Luzón and Xosé M. Núñez Seixas (eds.), Metaphors of Spain. Representations of Spanish National Identity in the Twentieth Century, Oxford/ New York, Berghahn, 2017, 198-218.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “¿Una fábrica de independentistas? Procesos de nacionalización en Cataluña (1980-2015)”, in Steven Forti, Enric Ucelay and Arnau González (eds.), El proceso separatista en Cataluña, Granada, Comares, 2017, (co-authored with Fernando Molina), 51-70.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Procesos de nacionalización en el ámbito local. Alagón, 1923-1936”, Carlos Forcadell and Carmen Frías (ed.), Veinte años de congresos de Historia Contemporánea (1997-2016), Zaragoza, Institución Fernando el Católico, 2017, 69-89.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Football and Identities in Catalonia”, Enric Bou and Jaume Subirana (ed.) The Barcelona Reader. Cultural Readings of a City, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2017, 163-184.

Quiroga, Alejandro, “Introducción”, (with Steven Forti), La Historia, lost in Translation? Actas del XIII Congreso de la Asociación de Historia Contemporánea, Albacete, UCLM, 2017, 1137-1138.