British Labour History Publications: 2005

Adeeb, Yasmin; Boud, Fathi
December 2006
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Dec2006, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p269
Academic Journal
This article presents the Annual Bibliography of British labor history publications for 2005. "The Albion" and the "Working Class Movement Library Bulletin" are no longer on the list. But the "Bulletin of the History of Medicine," the "European Journal of Cultural Studies," and the "History of the Family" are all new additions.


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