Dictionary of Labour Biography: Volume 8

Dictionary of Labour Biography: Volume 8

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This addition to the twelve-volume Dictionary of Labour Biography is organised on a self-contained basis. The time-span of the eighth volume spans two centuries of radicals, trade unionists and socialists. Entries are on the same pattern as those for the Dictionary of National Biography , but with many more bibliographical sources provided.show more

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  • Hardback | 326 pages
  • 160 x 236 x 26mm | 739.37g
  • Palgrave MacMillan
  • Basingstoke, United Kingdom
  • English
  • biography
  • 0333387821
  • 9780333387825

Table of contents

Acknowledgements Notes to Readers List of Contributors List of Abbreviations List of Bibliographies and Special Notes Biographies Consolidated List of Names in Vols I-VIII General Indexshow more

Review quote

Review of Volume VII 'The Dictionary is now well established as a central source for details of careers and bibliographical information...The composite index at the end of each volume means that this series can be continued indefinitely, and anyone working in nineteenth- and twentieth-century British history must hope that it will be.' - Dr H.C.G. Matthew, English Historical Reviewshow more

About Joyce M. Bellamy

JOHN L. BAXTER Adult Education Tutor, Sheffield City Council MARGARET BELL Cottingham, North Humberside MARJORIE BUCKE Theberton, Suffolk MAUREEN CALLCOTT Lecturer, Department of Humanities, Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic MALCOLM CHASE Lecturer, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, Leeds University DAVID CLARKE, MP London SIMON CORDERY Research Assistant, American Historical Association, Washington, DC, USA HELEN CORR Douglas Knoop Research Fellow, Department of Economic and Social History, Sheffield University F.K. DONNELLY Department of History, University of New Brunswick, Canada PETER DRAKE Social Sciences Department, Birmingham Reference Library TOM GALLAGHER Lecturer, School of Peace Studies, Bradford University IAN GOODFELLOW Senior Counsellor, the Open University, South Western Region, Plymouth ROBERT GRIFFITHS Cardiff JUNE HANNAM Lecturer in History, Bristol Polytechnic LAURENCE JACOBS Research Student, King's College, Cambridge GRAHAM JOHNSON Research Student, Department of Economic and Social History, Hull University FRAULEIN BEATE KASPAR Teacher, Schlossgymnasium, Kunzelsau, West Germany STEPHEN F. KELLY Journalist, Manchester JOHN E. KING Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Lancaster University RICHARD LEWIS Senior Lecturer in History, Teesside Polytechnic IAIN McCALMAN Research Fellow in History, Research School of Social Sciences, the Australian National University, Canberra DAVID E. MARTIN Lecturer, Department of Economic and Social History, Sheffield University BARBARA NIELD Formerley Research Assistant, Department of Economic and Social History, Hull University TREVOR PEACOCK Third Secretary, Australian Embassy, Athens ROBIN PEARSON Lecturer in Modern Economic History, Department of Economics and Social History, Hull University NAOMI REID Stockport T. DAVID W. REID Reference Librarian, Stockport Public Library JOHN J. ROWLEY Lecturer in General and Communication Studies, Dudley College of Technology JAMES A. SCHMIECHEN Department of History, Central Michigan University, USA JOHN S. SHEPHERD Principal Lecturer (Adviser for Staff Development), Cambridge College of Arts and Technology RICHARD STOREY Archivist, Modern Records Centre, Warwick University Library BOB TURNER Tutor Organiser, West of Scotland District (Renfrew Division) of the Workers' Educational Association KEN WELLER London ANDREW WHITEHEAD Journalist and broadcaster, London DIANA WYLIE History Department, Yale University, New Haven, USAshow more