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Denis Delay: Docker, Trade Unionist and Writer

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Battling Impunity in the Indonesian Elections

Dr Vannessa Hearman on the democratic transition and human rights abuses in Indonesia...

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New Centre for Modern British Studies

In March 2014 a group of historians at the University of Birmingham launched a new Centre for Modern British Studies: MBS@Birmingham...

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Radical Objects: The London Policeman Songsheet

The London Policeman songsheet, the Miner's Strike and the Battle of Orgreave by Catherine Robins from the Working Class Movement Library...

Desert Island Histories: James Vernon

Desert Island Histories: James Vernon

Desert Island Histories from James Vernon...

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The story of archiving the papers of Trade Unionist Dennis Delay, by Sam Patterson


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Dr Vannessa Hearman on the democratic transition and human rights abuses in Indonesia


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In March 2014 a group of historians at the University of Birmingham launched a new Centre for Modern British Studies: MBS@Birmingham


Songsheet

The London Policeman songsheet, the Miner’s Strike and the Battle of Orgreave by Catherine Robins from the Working Class Movement Library


Desert Island Histories: James Vernon

Desert Island Histories from James Vernon


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The current Indian election has seen a re-invention of the country’s most politically iconic headwear. The old Gandhi cap, a symbol of India’s non-violent pursuit of self-reliance and independence, has been revived – not, as Andrew Whitehead explains, by the Congress party with which Gandhi was once associated but by a new, insurgent political party