July 2010 Newsletter

July 2010 Newsletter

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Labour History Project Newsletter 49 – July 2010

Contents

FORTHCOMING EVENTS
2 — New Historians Conference
2 — Forthcoming Biography of Ken Douglas
3 — Globalisation and Labour in the Pacific: Re-evaluating the 1890 Maritime Strike

FEATURE ARTICLES
4 — Working Women’s Seminar: The View From the Kitchen
Janine Clark

8 — New Blackball Memorial and Resource Centre Opened on Mayday
Paul Maunder

10 — Archives and Industry: Perspectives from Labour History and Archives Week Lecture: May 6, 2010
Mark Crookston

13 — Don’t Agonise – Organise: The Dan Long Union Library from 1978
Nicola Frean

18 — Archives New Zealand Under Threat
Peter Clayworth

UNION FAMILY
20 — Mining and Resistance Are My History
Catherine Delahunty

NEWS
21 — LHP Appears on Other Side of World
Mark Derby

REVIEWS
22 — Black Flame: The Revolutionary Class Politics of Anarchism and Syndicalism
Jared Davidson

24 — Tracing Your Labour Movement Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians
David Verran

25 — Prelude to Arbitration in Three Movements: Ulster, South Australia, New Zealand: 1890-1894
Brian Easton

WORK IN PROGRESS
28 — Passive Resisters’ Union
Ryan Bodman

29 — Dan Long: PSA General Secretary 1960-1976
Mark Derby

29 — Who Was Steve Yates?
David Verran

30 — Corrections and Amendments