Social Conflict

Book Chapters

S. Aveyard, S. McDaid (2017). Sunningdale and the limits of ‘rejectionist’ unionism. C. McGrattan, D. McCann. In: Sunningdale, the Ulster Workers’ Council Strike and the Struggle for Democracy in Northern Ireland. Manchester University Press, pp.100-113.

SC. Aveyard (2015). The Labour government and police primacy in Northern Ireland, 1974-79. L. Marley. In: The British Labour Party and Twentieth-Century Ireland: The Cause of Ireland, the Cause of Labour. Manchester University Press, pp.164-181.

CJ. Danks (2006). Committee of Soldiers’ Mothers: mothers challenging the Russian state. S. Buckingham, G. Lievesley. In: In the Hands of Women. Manchester University Press,

M.Morris, ‘Between workers and soldiers: understanding the relationship between the Labour Party
and ex-servicemen after the First World War’ in David Swift and Oliver Wilkinson (eds.), Veterans after the First World War (London: Routledge, forthcoming)  

M. Morris (2018). Peace, but not at any price: British socialists’ calls for peace on the eve of the First World War. In: Labour, British radicalism and the First World War. Manchester University Press, pp.17-34.

M. Morris (2016). Class, performance and socialist politics: The political campaigns of early labour leaders. In: Politics, performance and popular culture: Theatre and society in nineteenth-century Britain. Manchester University Press, pp.259-275.

Journal Articles

SC. Aveyard (2014). ‘We couldn’t do a Prague’: British government responses to loyalist strikes in Northern Ireland 1974–77. Irish Historical Studies. 39(153), pp.91-111. 

M. Fenemore (2015). Youth Opposition in the GDR, 1945-1965. Totalitarianism and Democracy. 12(2), pp.249-268.

M. Fenemore (2013). State and Minorities in Communist East Germany. LABOUR HISTORY REVIEW. 78, 231-233.

M. Fenemore (2010). Youth Politics in East Germany: The Free German Youth Movement 1946-1968. CENTRAL EUROPEAN HISTORY. 43, 206-208.

M. Morris (2018). The General Strike as a Weapon of Peace: British Socialists, the Labour Movement, and Debating the Means to Avoid War before 1914. Labour History Review. 83(1), pp.29-53. 

M. Morris (2015). Labour and the Caucus: Working-Class Radicalism and Organised Liberalism in England, 1868–1888. Journal of Victorian Culture. 20(2), pp.265-268.