Saothar 37


2012 issue


  • Editorial: Labour and the ‘decade of centenaries’;
  • Niall Whelehan – Labour and agrarian violence in the Irish midlands, 1850-1870;
  • John O’Donovan – Class, conflict and the United Irish League in Cork, 1900-1903;
  • Emmet O’Connor – Taking its natural place: Labour and the third Home Rule crisis, 1912-14;
  • Seán Byers – Seán Murray’s political apprenticeship: the making of an Irish Republican Bolshevik;
  • Margaret Ó hÓgartaigh – Irish Nurses, Emerging States, and Trade Unions, 1918-39;
  • Barry Whelan – Ireland’s Minister in Spain – L. H. Kerney’s diplomatic efforts to secure the release of Frank Ryan;
  • Giulia ní Dhulchaointigh – Irish women domestic servants in London, c. 1901 (Saothar student prize for labour history);
  • Brendan Byrne – Labour lives, no. 14: Thomas Kain, 1886-1948;
  • Donal Ó Drisceoil – Bernadette: notes on a poliiical journey (film review);
  • Tony Varley – Irish labour’s quest for greater power (essays in review);
  • Conor McCabe – The city on the edge of empire (essays in review);
  • Reviews;
  • Events;
  • Obituaries;
  • Irish Labour History Society, 2011;
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