Saothar 45


2020 issue


  • Irish Labour History Society Report 2019;
  • Conor McCabe – A Situation of Great Novelty and difficulty: The 1920 Irish Railway Munitions Strike;
  • Pádraig Yeates – The men ‘going into the Convention.., did not own their own souls’: the Labour Movement and the Irish Convention;
  • Tish Gibbons – “Ye’ll be out ’till March” – UCG Secretarial/Admin staff strike – January 1977;
  • Fearghal Mac Bhloscaidh – Militant trade unionism and the hidden social revolution in Tyrone, 1917-19;
  • Triona Waters – ‘They opened up to us because they trusted us’: Working life at St. Brigid’s Psychiatric Hospital, Balllnasloe 1940-2000;
  • Kerron O Luain – ‘Syndacalistic madness’: The AOH and the great Dublin Lockout of 1913;
  • Pádraig Lane – Longford Farm Labourers, 1850-1900: A Chronicle of Struggle;
  • Kieran McNulty – War and the Working-Class in Kerry 1919 – 1921;
  • Mark Phelan – An Echo of Fascism? Mooted State Paramiltarism in 1920s Ireland;
  • Francis Devine – A Circular Journey: The Staff Officers’ Association, 1941-1975;
  • Helga Woggon – Document Study “What disciples you hath to continue your noble work” Winifred Carney on labour leaders in 1930;
  • Correspondence;
  • Brian Quinn – Sources Studies SHIP (Shared History Interpretive Project) & the ITGWU Belfast Branch Ledgers;
  • Francis Devine – Local History and Labour History;
  • Obituaries;
  • Fintan Lane – Review Essay: Riot, Violence and Popular Protest;
  • Book Reviews;
  • Conference Reports;
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