Biography of Sabine Price and description of her career as an artist for D C Thomson drawing comics for girls.
‘Once upon a time in Hollywood: The House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) Investigations and the Hollywood Blacklists, an American Nightmare’ Was the aim of the HUAC investigations and Hollywood blacklists to root out communist subversion? Or were they more about an establishment reaction to change in American society, institutional self-preservation, and a drive to ensure conformity?
Dissertation, twentieth century, USA, politics, film industry, blacklist, Communism
Bird, Madeleine I
The Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group
Dissertation, twentieth century, United Kingdom, England, London, LGBT history, homophobia, race, sexuality, feminism
Brown, Kathryn H.
The Tartan Fingerprint: Exploring the Potential for Slave Reparations from Scotland to Barbados and Jamaica
Dissertation, seventeenth century, eighteenth century, nineteenth century, twenty first century, slavery, empire, colonialism, slave trade, Jamaica, Barbados, education
Gerrard, David A. J.
An Exploration into the Historiography of Mary, Queen of Scots: Gender, Character, and Religion
Dissertation, sixteenth century, Scotland, Queen Mary, historiography, gender, religion, biography
‘Collar the lot!’: The Experience of Italian Nationals in Britain during the Second World War
Dissertation, twentieth century, United Kingdom, Scotland, World War Two, Italians, internment, foreign nationals, "enemy aliens", SS Arandora Star