Trade Unionism

Baillie, M

A New View of Dilution: Women Munitions Workers and Red Clydeside
39/2004/32-49

Bain, P

'Is you is or is you ain't my baby?' Women's Pay and the Clydeside Strikes of 1943
30/1995/35-60

Ballantyne, N

Lanarkshire's Steel Smelters 1873-1900
43/2008/10-29

Bolin-Hort, P

A Decided Failure? The Enforcement of the Early Factory Acts in the Glasgow District 1834-1870
26/1991/45-63
Managerial Strategies and Worker Responses: a New Perspective on the Decline of the Scottish Cotton Industry
29/1994/63-83

Buchanan, R T

The Shop Steward Movement 1935-47
12/1978/34-55

Campbell, A

From Independent Collier to Militant Miner: Tradition and Change in the Trade Union Consciousness of the Scottish Miners 1874-1929
24/1989/8-23

Clark, A

'And the Next Thing, the Chairs Barricaded the Door': the Lee Jeans Factory Occupation, Trade Unionism and Gender in Scotland in the 1980s
48/2013/116-135

Clarke, L

'A woman's place is where she wants to work': barriers to the entry and retention of women into the skilled building trades
44/2009/16-39

Collins, P S

Brothers under the Sun: British Trade Unions and the Indian Labour Movement in the Inter-War Period
28/1993/30-46

Cranstoun, J G M

Farm Servants and Collective Bargaining in War and Peace: the experience of the Scottish Farm Servants Union in East Lothian 1912-1932
35/2000/8-24

Davidson, R

War-time Labour Policy 1914-1916: a Re-appraisal
8/1974/3-20

Dey, M

Aberdeen Granite Polishers: Strike and Lock-Out 1892
47/2012/31-49

Discin, L O

Philip Murray: Scotland and the formation of an American union leader
51/2016/95-112

Duncan, R

The Scottish Labour History Society: A Retrospect
46/2011/14-25

Findlay, P

'Restless Factories': Shop Steward Organisation on Clydeside c1945-70
39/2004/50-69

Fox, R A

History of the Edinburgh Branch of the National Amalgamated Union of Shop Assistants, Warehousemen and Clerks and the Edinburgh St Cuthberts Branch of the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers
17/1982/27-29

Fraser, W H

A Note on the Scottish Weavers' Association 1808-1813
20/1985/33-42
Alexander Campbell 1796-1870
31/1996/35-38
Alexander Campbell and some 'lost' unstamped newspapers
31/1996/39-50

Gall, Gregor

Trade Unionism and Industrial Relations in Scotland since UCS
38/2003/51-74
Union Organising in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry: Retrospection on Possibilities and Probabilities
41/2006/51-69
Still brothers and sisters in arms? A note on trends in union membership and strikes
53/2018/72-81
Worker Occupations and Worker Cooperatives: Examining Lessons from the 1970s and 1980s
45/2010/78-96

Gasse, Ian

The 1889 Scottish bakers’ strike in Dumfries
53/2018/101-125

Glasgow Labour History Workshop,

Working at Singer, Clydebank, 1911-1914: Oral Testimony of David Burnett
25/1990/76-87

Gordon, E

The Scottish Trade Union Movement, Class and Gender 1850-1914
23/1988/30-44

Hay, J R

The UCS Work-In: an Interim Catalogue
8/1974/21-29

Higgison, A

Asbestos and British Trade Unions, 1960s and 1970s
40/2005/70-86

Kenefick, W

An Historiographical and Comparative Survey of Dock Labour c1889 to 1920 and the Neglect of the Port of Glasgow
31/1996/51-71

Knox, W

'Down with Lloyd George': the Apprentices Strike of 1912
19/1984/22-36
Keir Hardie and the Trade Unions
50/2015/72-80

Lancaster, E

Shop Stewards in Scotland: the Amalgamated Engineering Union between the Wars
21/1986/28-33

Long, P

Abe Moffat, the Fife Miners and the United Mineworkers of Scotland
17/1982/5-18

McGregor, J

Labour Relations on the West Highland Railway 1894-1924
43/2008/30-46

McKinlay, A

'Restless Factories': Shop Steward Organisation on Clydeside c1945-70
39/2004/50-69
The 1937 Apprentices' Strike: Challenge 'from an Unexpected Quarter'
20/1985/14-32
Jimmy Reid: Fragments from a Political Life
46/2011/38-53
Depression and Rank-and-File Activity: the Amalgamated Engineering Union 1919-1939
22/1987/22-29

McLauchlan, J

The UCS Work-In: an Interim Catalogue
8/1974/21-29

Melling, J

The Glasgow Rent Strike and Clydeside Labour: some Problems of Interpretation
13/1979/39-44
The Servile State Revisited: Industrial Capitalism in the Early 20th Century
24/1989/68-85

Morgan, K

Cutting the feet from under organised labour? Lord Weir, mass production and the building trades in the 1920s
43/2008/47-68

Philippou, Paul S

Mutually Hostile Parties? The co-operative movement in Perth and its relationship with the labour movement, 1871-1918
51/2016/60-78

Phillips, Jim

Collieries and Communities: the Miners' Strike in Scotland 1984-1985
45/2010/18-36

Quinn, E

Women-only Courses in the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers: the Meeting of Shopworkers and Feminists
50/2015/160-170

Rafeek, N

Agnes McLean 1918-1994
30/1995/121-130
Mabel Skinner 1912-1996: Communist Politics amongst a Highlands Community
33/1998/78-96

Routledge, Paul

Of the once mighty corps of labour correspondents, Scottish union leaders in London, the Communist Party and more – recollections and reflections by a labour correspondent
53/2018/36-40

Stewart, D

'A Tragic Fiasco'? The 1984/85 Miners' Strike in Scotland
41/2006/34-50

Treble, J H

Unemployment in Glasgow 1903-1910: Anatomy of a Crisis
25/1990/8-39

Wall, C

'A woman's place is where she wants to work': barriers to the entry and retention of women into the skilled building trades
44/2009/16-39

Watson, D

Poles Apart: the Campaign Against Polish Settlement in Scotland after the Second World War
49/2014/107-123

Winter, J M

A Note on the Reconstruction of the Labour Party in 1918
12/1978/63-69