Annual bibliography: 2007

Adeeb, Yasmin; Boud, Fathi
December 2008
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Dec2008, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p287
Academic Journal
A bibliography of articles relating to the labour history of Great Britain that were published in 2007 is presented. Articles listed include "Projecting the visual: British newsreels, soccer and popular culture, 1918—39" written by Mike Huggins for the "International Journal of the History of Sport" volume 24 issue One, "Pigeon racing and working-class culture in Britain, c. 1870-1950" written by Martin Johnes for "Cultural and Social History" volume four, issue three, and "Heirs of Richard Baxter? The Society of Free Catholics, 1914—1928" written by Elaine Kaye for the "Journal of Ecclesiastical History" volume 58 issue 2.


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