RECENT RESEARCH IN LABOUR HISTORY
HANNAH FORSYTH & MICHAEL P.R. PEARSON: Engineers and Social Engineering: Professional/Trade Unions and Social Mobility
PHILIP MENDES: Campaigning for a fairer distribution of wealth, income and power: The story of the Victorian Coalition against Poverty and Unemployment (CAPU), 1980-1991
ALEXANDER JORDAN: Thomas Carlyle and the Australasian Labour Movement
MAX KAISER & LISA MILNER: ‘But Separate How Can we Live?’: David Martin’s The Shepherd and the Hunter
FIONA HURD & SUZETTE DYER: Erasing the Past, or a Future of Layered Memories?
FROM THE ARCHIVES
TERRY IRVING: ASIO and the Labour History Society: An Incident in 1964
AROUND THE COUNTRY
TED REITHMULLER: Comrade Jim
CAROLYN SMITH: Solidarity and union strength in the COVID era
FRANK BONGIORNO: Spies & Sparrows Book Launch
MARILYN ROLLS: A Brief History of WEL in South Australia
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