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SH 44: Anti-Communism on the Left
Ian Bullock on The Original British 'Ultra-Left', 1917-1924; Adrià Llacuna on The Labour Party Galaxy and the Communist Solar System; Sarah Cohen on the Labour Party's Anti-Communism and its Limits; Saarjte Vandan Borre on Singing, Drinking, Snitching; Victor Capart - A socialist in the French-Belgian border region at the turn of the century; and more...

SH 43: Religion, History and Politics
Féilim Ó hAdhmaill on The Catholic Church and Revolution in Ireland; Mark R Correll on A Political Gospel for the Working Poor: The Use of a Christian Utopia as a Political Tool in Wilhelmine Germany; Charles R Gallacher on The Roman Catholic Church and Modern Terrorism: Ideology, Human Rights, and the Hermeneutic of Discontinuity; and more...

SH 42: Reform Communism
Hans Asenbaum on A History of Ideas in Russia's Perestroika; Vasil Paraskevov on Mikhail Gorbachev, Todor Zhivkov and Soviet Perestroika, 1985-89; Hugo Radice on Marxism in Eastern Europe: From Socialist Dissidence to Capitalist Restoration; Mike Waite on Was 'Reform Communism' Possible; and more...

SH 41: Fascism
Thomas Linehan on Spatialising British Fascism; Stephen Cullen on 'Jewish Communists' or 'Communists Jews'?; Steven Woodbridge on Arnold Leese and British Fascism in Small-Town Politics; Craig Morgan on the British Union of Fascists in the Midlands, 1932-34; and more...

SH 40: The Ex-Colonial World Historical Legacies and Changing Times
Leo Zeilig, Miles Larmer and Peter Dwyer on Social Movements in Post-Colonial Africa, 1945-98; John T. McCartney on The Rise and Decline of Socialism in the English-Speaking Carribean from the 1960s-80; Amalendu Misra on Debating Religion and Inter-Group Conflict in India; and more...

SH 39: Wretched of the Earth
Rabah Aissaoui on From Colonial Dispossession to Exile: Algerian Migration to France from the Early Twentieth Century to the Eve of the Second World War; Rose Appel on Extermination Through Labour: Life and Death in a German Slave Labour Camp; Allison Drew interviews Henri Alleg; David Macey on Fanon and the Algerian Revolution; and more...

SH 38: Biography and Identity
David Howell on D. H. Lawrence and Coalfield Society; Peter Ackers on 'More Marxism than Methodism': Hugh Clegg at Kingswood School, Bath (1932-39); Andrew Pearmain on 'Twenty Years On': Whatever Happened to the Communist Party of Great Britain?; and Andrew Thorpe on Nina Fishman's Arthur Horner and Labour and Political Biography

SH 37: Syndicalism and Radical Unionism
Alex Gordon on Charles Watkins: Syndicalist Railwayman; Paul Buhle on Syndicalism in the United States; Wayne Thorpe on Internationalist Syndicalists in Europe 1914-18; Reiner Tosstorff on The Syndicalists and the Bolshevik Revolution; Gregor Gall on Radical Unionism in Britain; Andy Croft on Randall Swingler and MI5...

SH 36: Gender and Sexuality
Lesley A. Hall on 'No Sex, Please, We're Socialists'; Jeff Hearn on (Un)writing Men's (Auto)biography, (Un)writing Men's History; Justin Bengry on Mainstreaming queer styles in post-war Britain, 1945-1967; Sharif Gemie on Memory and gender in the music of Fuxan os Ventos, Luar Na Lubre and Mercedes Peón...

SH 35: Class, Nation and Resistance
David Renton on Class Language or Populism; Ran Greenstein on Socialist Anti-Zionism; Maria Kyriakidou and Sotiris Themistokleous on the recognition of national resistance in contemporary Greece; Evan Smith on the British Communist Party, the SWP and anti-fascism in the 1970s...

SH 34: Biography and the Political Uses of Memory
Reiner Tosstorff on Alexander Lozovsky; Francis King on Vladimir Bazarov; Emmer O'Connor on Self-representation in Irish communism; Stephen Hopkins on Irish Republican self-representation; Guiseppe Vatalaro on Berlinguer's Democratic Alternative...

SH 33: Origins of the French Revolution
Gwynne Lewis on The Rise of the Bourgeoisie and the Failure to Reform the Bourbon State, 1763-92; Stephen Miller on The Absolutist State of Eighteenth-Century France - Modern Bureaucracy or Feudal Bricolage?; Peter McPhee on Revolution or Jacquerie? - Rethinking Peasant Insurrection in 1789...

SH 32: Activism
Gidon Cohen, Andrew Flinn and Lewis Mates on Political Culture and the Post-War Labour Party; Nicole Robertson on Member activity within co-operative societies, 1914-60; Thomas Linehan on Communist Activism in Interwar Britain...

SH 31: Imperialism
Marilyn Young on 'The Empire at War'; Holger Nehring on The British and West German protests against nuclear weapons and anti-colonialism, 1956-64; Vassilis K Fouskas on the Origins of Neo-Imperial Governance...

SH 30: 1956 and the New Left
Lesley Hardy on E. P. Thomson and F. R. Leavis; Grant Pooke on Francis Klingender; Sebastian Berg on New Left Review and Dissent; David Renton on socialist biography...

SH 29: Collaboration, Resistance and the Unions
Emmet O Connor on British based unions in Ireland; Jonathan Jeffries on the politics of colonialism in Gibraltar; Steve Cushion on the 1941 miners' strike in northern France...

SH 28: The Abyssinia Crisis - Seventy Years On
Willie Thompson on the facist regime and the Abyssinia Crisis, Christian Hogsbjerg on C.L.R. James and Italy's conquest of Abyssinia; Andrew Flinn and Gidon Cohen on the British left and the fracturing of the anti-war movement...

SH 27: Rethinking Social Democracy
Stefan Berger on communism and social democracy; Andrew Thorpe on Labour and Liberal politics 1918-1945; Aad Blok on Jan Tinbergen's economic theories; New Labour under scrutiny…

SH 26: Youth Cultures and Politics
Rich Palser on the children of 1968 and the Woodcraft Folk; Richard Cross on Crass and the anarcho-punk movement; Michelle Webb on the history of the Labour League of Youth; Jonathan Grossman on youth activism during apartheid's endgame…

SH 25: Old Social Movements?
Meg Allen on the use of humour in the narratives of Women Against Pit Closures; Paul Burnham on the squatters' movement of 1946; David Young on agency and ethnicity in the London Social Democratic Federation…

SH 24: Interesting Times?
David Howell interviews Eric Hobsbawm; John Callaghan on reviews of Interesting Times; Ann Hughes on Christopher Hill's work; Cambridge communists reminisce…

SH 23: Migrants and Minorities
Shivdeep Singh Grewal on the racial politics of the National Front; Keith Copley on the British Irish in Chartist times; Stephen Hipkin on rural conflict in early modern Britain…

SH 22: Revolutions and Revolutionaries
John Newsinger on Irish Labour; Allison Drew on experiences of the gulag; Edward Acton, Monty Johnstone, Boris Kagarlitsky, Francis King and Hillel Ticktin on 1917…

SH 21: Red Lives
Till Kössler on West German communists; Margreet Schrevel on a Dutch communist children's club; Tauno Saarela on characters in Finnish communist magazines…

SH 20: Contested Legacies
Mark Bevir on socialism and the state; Matt Perry on the Hunger Marches; David Renton and Martin Durham debate women, gender and fascism…

SH 19: Life Histories
Richard Pankhurst on Sylvia Pankhurst and anti-fascism; Andy Croft on Randall Swingler; Malcolm Chase interviews John Saville on the DLB…

SH 18: Cultures and Politics
Matthew Worley on the Third Period; Andrew Whitehead on Red London; Martin Wasserman on Kafka as industrial reformer…

SH 17: International and Comparative Labour History
Sheila Rowbotham on working class women's narratives; Karen Hunt on internationalism and socialist women; Paul Kelemen on Labour's Africa…

SH 16: America and the Left
David Howell on syndicalism; Neville Kirk on American exceptionalism; Kevin Morgan on the British left and America…

SH 15: Visions of the Future
David Purdy on utopian thought; Philip Coupland on utopia in British political culture; Maureen Speller on the future in science fiction…

SH 14: The Future of History
Roundtable discussion with Jim Sharpe, Peter Jones, Mike Savage, Eileen Yeo, Kevin Morgan and Richard Evans…

SH 13: Imperialism and Internationalism
Victor Kiernan on empires; Anna Davin on immigration in Britain; Ralph Russell on Indian nationalism…

   
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