Readership: Scholars and students of twentieth-century Britain; readers with a general interest in modern British politics or culture
Edited by Clare V. J. Griffiths, Senior Lecturer in Modern History, University of Sheffield, James J. Nott, Lecturer in Modern History, University of St. Andrews, and William Whyte, Fellow, Tutor, and University Lecturer in History, St John's College, Oxford
Clare V. J. Griffiths is the author of Labour and the Countryside: The Politics of Rural Britain 1918-1939 (2007).
James J. Nott is the author of Music for the People: Popular Music and Dance in Interwar Britain (2002). He is currently writing a book on the history of dancing and dance halls in Britain, 1920-1960.
William Whyte is the author of Oxford Jackson: Architecture, Education, Status and Style (2006) and co-editor of Redefining Christian Britain (2007). He is currently writing a book on the architecture of Britain's modern universities.
"A fitting tribute to a historian who has a keen eye for popular amusements and pastimes... fresh and surprising." - Susan Pedersen, London Review of Books
"Ross McKibbin has encouraged a rich and complex approach to British history. We are all in his debt." - Rohan McWilliam, Tribune Magazine
INTRODUCING ROSS McKIBBIN
1: Boyd Hilton: Ross McKibbin: a biographical introduction
2: Peter Ghosh: The Guv'nor: the place of Ross McKibbin in the writing of British history
3: Peter Ghosh: Ross McKibbin: a bibliography
4: Paul Johnson: In Pursuit of Prudence: speculation, risk, and class in Victorian Britain
5: Andrezj Olechnowicz: Britain's 'Quasi-Magical' Monarchy in the mid-twentieth century?
6: Janet Howarth: Classes and Cultures in England after 1951: the case of working-class women
7: John Davis: The London Cabbie and the Rise of Essex Man
8: Tony Mason: Middle-Class Wanderers and Working-Class Professionals: the British and the growth of world football, 1899-1954
9: William Whyte: Just William? Richmal Crompton and Conservative fiction
10: Robert Colls: The People's Orwell
11: Joseph McAleer: Love, Romance, and the National Health Service
12: Peter Mandler: Being His Own Rabbit: Geoffrey Gorer and English culture
13: Gregg McClymont: The Cultural Politics of Tory Socialism: The Clarion in the labour movement during the 1890s
14: James J. Nott: 'The Plague Spots of London': William Joynson-Hicks, the Conservative Party, and the campaign against London's nightclubs, 1924-29
15: Martin Ceadel: Arthur Henderson: an evolving liberal internationalist among Labour little Englanders
16: Ben Jackson: An Ideology of Class: neo-liberalism and the Trade Unions, c.1930-79
17: Clare V. J. Griffiths: History and the Labour Party
18: Emma Eadie: Communicating Interest
19: Rosemary Sweet: Despite His Choice of Jumpers
20: Eve Colpus: A Bicycle Tour of Memories
21: Mary-Kay Wilmers: A Chronicle