More past BA/MA bursary recipients
Tom Millea reports on a visit to the National Library of Ireland, in order to conduct research into the labour solidarity between Britain and Ireland during the Dublin Lockout of 1913.
Kerrie McGiveron provides a report on a number of research trips providing material for her MA dissertation. This includes the Working Class Movement Library (Salford), Liverpool Records Office and Kirkby Archive Centre for Research.
Aidan Gibbons reports on a recent visit to the Bishopsgate Institute in London and the People’s History Museum in Manchester, where he compiled material for a dissertation focussing on left-wing swings in the Labour Party during the twentieth century.
Colm Murphy visited the Labour History Archive at the People’s History Museum in Manchester, to conduct research on the Labour Party in the 1980s.
Lewis Hayes visited the Cooperative Archive in Manchester, for research on his project on the transnational networks of the British cooperative movement between 1870 and 1920.
Support from SSLH enabled Joe Hopkinson to travel to conduct oral history interviews, for his project on immigrant children’s experiences of dispersal school bussing in Huddersfield in the 1960s and 70s.