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Africa | Albania | Algeria | Argentina | Asia | Australia | Austria | Belgium | Brazil | Canada | Caribbean | Chile | China | Costa Rica | Croatia | Cuba | Czechia | Denmark | Eastern Europe | Egypt | Europe | Finland | France | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Iceland | India | Indonesia | Ireland | Israel | Italy | Japan | Korea, Republic of | Latin America | Lebanon | Mexico | Middle East | Morocco | Netherlands | New Zealand | Nicaragua | Norway | Philippines | Poland | Portugal | Romania | Russia | Scandinavia | Singapore | Slovakia | Slovenia | South Africa | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | Turkey | United Kingdom | United States | Uruguay | Viet Nam

Africa
  • Africabib.org Two online bibliographic databases covering Africana periodical literature and African Women's literature, and a comprehensive bibliography on women travelers and explorers to Africa. The site is hosted by The African Studies Centre (ASC) in Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • African Studies Gateway An index of African studies discussion networks on H-Net.
  • African Studies WWW Site of the African Studies Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Newsgroups, links etc.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • Africa Research Central A gateway to archives, libraries, and museums in Africa, Europe and North America with important collections of African primary sources.
    • Afrika Studiecentrum (Leiden) African Studies Centre - Centre d'Etudes Africaines: research institution and documentation centre for African studies in the Netherlands. Online catalogue and many other resources including working papers, 'Web Dossiers' containing topical information on Africa, 'African Studies Abstracts Online', and bibliographies.

    Research Institutions

    • Afrika Studiecentrum (Leiden) African Studies Centre - Centre d'Etudes Africaines: research institution and documentation centre for African studies in the Netherlands. Online catalogue and many other resources including working papers, 'Web Dossiers' containing topical information on Africa, 'African Studies Abstracts Online', and bibliographies.
    • CODESRIA, the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa Dakar, Senegal. It was established in 1973 as an independent Pan-African research organisation with a primary focus on the social sciences, broadly defined.

    Special Topics

    • Africa - Labor at Stanford University. Some links to labour-related and labour history sites.
    • Slavery and Manumission Manuscripts of Timbuktu These 206 manuscripts, in Arabic, include documentation on Africans in slavery and manumission in Muslim societies. They are from the Bibliothčque Commémorative Mama Haidara in Timbuktu, Mali, and were selected for conservation treatment and digitization in order to make them accessible via the Web.

    Discussion Lists


    Journals


    Reference

    • African Studies Internet Resources World-Wide Web Virtual Library Africa at Columbia University.
    • ILiSSAfrica A portal giving access to websites, bibliographic databases and other information resources on sub-Saharan Africa from the Frankfurt university library, the German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA) Hamburg, the African Studies Centre Leiden, and tables of contents from 170 serial publications on Africa.
Albania


    Special Topics

    • Southern Albanian Society Personal website of sociologist Beryl Nicholson. Some of her publications including a bibliography on Albanian society between the wars, and articles on women, the Albanian family, and migration are online.
Algeria


    Data Archives

    • Database on Return Migrants to the Maghreb (DReMM) Based on the MIREM survey carried out in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia the DReMM constitutes a rich source of information regarding the processes of reintegration of around one thousand return migrants and their post-return conditions in their countries of origin. From the European University Institute, Florence.

    Special Topics

    • Database on Return Migrants to the Maghreb (DReMM) Based on the MIREM survey carried out in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia the DReMM constitutes a rich source of information regarding the processes of reintegration of around one thousand return migrants and their post-return conditions in their countries of origin. From the European University Institute, Florence.
Argentina
Asia
  • Burma Archives Project at the International Institute of Social History. Online newsletter.
  • Heritage - Archives of Bangladesh History Introduction brochure from a new initiative in Bangladesh.
  • Middle East & Islamic Studies Collection at Cornell University. Extensive list of resources.
  • SARAI: South Asia Resource Access on the Internet World-Wide Web Virtual Library South Asia at Columbia University.


  • Data Archives

    • Human capital hub of the CLIO-INFRA initiative As part of the CLIO-INFRA, the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the University of Debrecen has taken the initiative to set up this website on human capital data. Our mid-term plan is to extend the activities of the hub into an online community of Scholars working in this field, providing them with a forum and hosting their data and research papers. Our long-run plan is to create a comprehensive dataset on human capital with annual and historical data and a global coverage. The site provides data, papers and links. The hub is maintained by Péter Földvári and Bas van Leeuwen.

    Research Institutions


    Associations and Societies

    • Asian Association of World Historians (AAWH) An international organization for world history founded on May 4, 2008 at Nankai University, Tianjin, China. The purpose of the Association is to advance research, teaching, and public discussion on large-scale historical studies in or for the Asia-Pacific region. General information, conferences.
    • European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS) A professional, non-profit organisation of scholars engaged in research and teaching concerning South Asia with regard to all periods and fields of study. The objectives of EASAS are to support and promote South Asian Studies in all countries of Europe

    Special Topics


    Discussion Lists

    • ALSnet at the International Institute of Social History. The Asian Labour Studies network.

    Reference

    • Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library at Australian National University.
    • Central Eurasian Studies Worldwide at Harvard University. Humanities and social science resources.
    • Savifa Virtuelle Fachbibliothek Südasien An information gateway for South Asia Studies: a collection of internet resources in English and Indian languages, an electronic platform for publishing and archiving academic literature in the field of South Asian studies, access to the OLC-SSG South Asia bibliographical article database, and monthly lists of new acquisitions of the Library of the South Asia Institute, Heidelberg.
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Caribbean
  • CASBAH A pilot web site for research resources relating to Caribbean Studies and the history of Black and Asian peoples in the UK. CASBAH currently contains a demonstrator sample of c400 records relating to relevant resources.

Chile
China
  • Chinese Pamphlets Political communication and mass education in the early period of the People's Republic of China. Mass education materials published in Hong Kong and in Mainland China, particularly Shanghai, in the years 1947-1954. These cartoon books, pamphlets, postcards and magazines, on topics such as foreign threats to Chinese security, Chinese relations with the Soviet Union, industrial and agricultural production, and marriage reform, were produced by both Kuomintang (Nationalist) and Gongchantang (Communist) supporters. From the Center for Research Libraries.
  • Chinese Posters 1937 - Present: Propaganda, Politics, History This website is an initiative of Stefan R. Landsberger (Leiden University, University of Amsterdam) and the International Institute of Social History (IISH, Amsterdam). Its aim is to present the Landsberger and IISH collections of Chinese propaganda posters (over 4,000 pieces) through virtual exhibitions, theme presentations and a web-database.
  • Chinese Propaganda Poster Pages maintained by Stefan Landsberger (Amsterdam). A growing collection, with historical notes.
  • Fairbank Chinese History Library at China News Digest.
  • Li Zhensheng: Red-Color News Soldier Photographer Li ZhenSheng documented the Cultural Revolution in China through thousands of photographs he took from 1964 to 1976. This online exhibition, which accompanies a touring exhibition and a book, presents a few dozen with explanatory texts in English and French.
  • Picturing Power at Ohio State University: posters of the Chinese Cultural Revolution.
  • Political Advertising in China at Rice University. Part of the Transnational China Project showing a series of "outdoor political advertising and public service announcements in Shanghai".
  • Selected Works of Deng Xiaoping at the People's Daily. Articles, 1938-1992.
  • Tiananmen Square, 1989 The Declassified History. A National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book: At George Washington University. US intelligence and other government documents on the Chinese student movement.
  • Virtual Museum of the "Cultural Revolution" at China News Digest.


  • Special Topics

    • Early Chinese Canadians 1858-1947 A website devoted to Canada's early Chinese immigrants, covering the period 1858 to 1947; from the Library and Archives of Canada (LAC).

    Reference

Costa Rica
Croatia
Cuba
  • Cuba Poster Project (Berkeley, CA): 16 of the many postrevolutionary posters collected by the project.

Czechia
Denmark
Eastern Europe
  • REENIC: Russian and East European Network Information Center at the University of Texas at Austin.
  • Slavic, East European, and former USSR resources Links to Internet resources, from the University Libraries at Virginia Tech.
  • Slavic-Eurasian Studies Web Japanese site with links to Internet resources for Russian, Post-Soviet, and East European Studies.
  • TOL: 20 Years After - Life beyond Communism in Central and Eastern Europe Articles, essays, videos and other material related to the revolutions of 1989 in Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, and Romania, and to the state of democracy, culture and civil society in the region today.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • Osteuropa-Institut (Regensburg). The Institute for Eastern European Studies is focused on Eastern Europe and non-European states of the former Soviet Union. Its library is one of Europe's most comprehensive research libraries on Eastern European history, economy, politics, and society.

    Research Institutions

    • GESIS Servicestelle Osteuropa GESIS Service Agency Eastern Europe: an organization for the transfer of social science information and data between Eastern and Western Europe.
    • Osteuropa-Institut (Regensburg). The Institute for Eastern European Studies is focused on Eastern Europe and non-European states of the former Soviet Union. Its library is one of Europe's most comprehensive research libraries on Eastern European history, economy, politics, and society.

    Associations and Societies

    • SocialEast Forum on the Art and Visual Culture of Eastern Europe The goal of SocialEast is to encourage comparative research into the art history of the countries of Eastern and Central Europe, as well as consider wider issues in socialist visual culture. The website contains general information and announcements, and promises a database.

    Special Topics

    • Making the History of 1989 Primary sources (in English translation) and scholar interviews focusing on the history and events of 1989 in Eastern Europe. An educational resource from The Center for History and New Media at George Mason University.
    • SocialEast Forum on the Art and Visual Culture of Eastern Europe The goal of SocialEast is to encourage comparative research into the art history of the countries of Eastern and Central Europe, as well as consider wider issues in socialist visual culture. The website contains general information and announcements, and promises a database.

    Journals


    Reference

    • European Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (EBSEES) This database contains the data of two former EBSEES databases, one for 1991-2000, the other for 2001-2006. The new unified database with about 85.500 titles has been developed by the Berlin State Library in cooperation with the Maison des Sciences de l´Homme, Paris. For the years 1975-1990 EBSEES is available in printed form only. Work on adding records to EBSEES ended in 2007, and no further editing will take place after December 2007. The end date for each country’s contribution varies.
    • REESWeb: Russian and East European Studies Virtual Library at the University of Pittsburgh.
    • Virtual Library Eastern Europe Academic portal for the countries of Eastern, Central Eastern and Southeastern Europe which provides information in German, Russian and English on the history, culture, politics and society of the countries and regions of Eastern Europe; maintained at the Osteuropa-Institut München, Germany.
Egypt
Europe
  • TOL: 20 Years After - Life beyond Communism in Central and Eastern Europe Articles, essays, videos and other material related to the revolutions of 1989 in Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, and Romania, and to the state of democracy, culture and civil society in the region today.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • European Library The European Library is a portal which offers access to the combined resources (books, magazines, journals, both digital and non-digital) of the 45 national libraries of Europe. It offers free searching and delivers digital objects - some free, some priced.
    • Filmarchives online Filmarchives online provides access to moving image collections of five European film archives. Partner archives and institutions of filmarchives online include the Deutsche Filminstitut, the British Film Institute (BFI), the Cineteca di Bologna, the DEFA-Foundation and Národní Filmový Archiv Prague (NFA). Currently, more than 4.000 film works are searchable in four different languages.
    • Labourline Labourline is the on-line catalogue of the ETUI-REHS Documentation Centre. The ETUI-REHS - European Trade Union Institute for Research, Education and Health and Safety - is a specialised institute of the ETUC.

    Associations and Societies

    • European Network in Universal and Global History ENIUGH Organizes a European Congress on themes of World and Global History; publishes 'Comparativ' and 'history.transnational'; offers administrative help for bi- and multilateral cooperation in the fields of Masters and PhD programmes.

    Special Topics

    • 1968 in Europe: Online Teaching and Research Guide This website provides a range of written and audio-visual resources as well as articles, bibliographies, chronologies and links related to the experience of the sixties in Europe. It accompanies 1968 in Europe - A History of Protest and Activism, 1956-77, a book edited by Martin Klimke and Joachim Scharloth.
    • Migrant Workers across European Labour Markets 16th-18th centuries Besides project information, the website of a Marie Curie Intra European Fellowship FP7 project contains a list of published articles and a selected bibliography on migrant workers in early modern Europe.

    Reference

    • European Network in Universal and Global History ENIUGH Organizes a European Congress on themes of World and Global History; publishes 'Comparativ' and 'history.transnational'; offers administrative help for bi- and multilateral cooperation in the fields of Masters and PhD programmes.
Finland
France
Germany
Greece


    Archives and Libraries

    • Archeia Synchronis Koinonikis Istorias (Athens). General information in Greek about this major labour history institution in Greece, collections information, tables of contents of Archeiotaxio, its periodical publication.
Hungary
Iceland
India
  • Association of Indian Labour Historians AILH (Delhi) Founded in 1996, the Association of Indian Labour Historians is a professional body of historians, social scientists and scholars interested in furthering the historical understanding of the conditions of labour and labouring people.
  • Centre for Studies in Social Sciences (Calcutta). General information, guide to the Hitesranjan Sanyal Memorial Collection containing microfilms of old and rare printed materials as well as photographs.
  • Centre for the Study of Culture and Society (Bangalore, India). CSCS aims to function as a site for interdisciplinary teaching and research spanning the humanities and social sciences.
  • Labour File: A Bi-monthly Journal of Labour and Economic Affairs The site contains articles on the current situation of labour in India. It is closely associated with the Centre for Education and Communication, a labour resource centre based in New Delhi, India.
  • Roja Muthiah Research Library (Chennai). Specializes in Tamil studies. Online catalog.
  • Salt Lake Society for Labour Studies (Calcutta) A "non-profit association of professionals involved in academic projects on varied histories and cultures of labouring classes in eastern India during the colonial and post-colonial periods". Details from a list of ITH member institutes.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • IndCat Online Union Catalogue of Indian Unversities is unified Online Library Catalogues of books, theses and journals available in major university libraries in India. The union database contains bibliographic description, location and holdings information for books, journals and theses in all subject areas available in more than 112 university libraries across the country. A Web-based interface is designed to provide easy access to the merged catalogues. The IndCat is a major source of bibliographic information that can be used for inter-library loan, collections development as well as for copy cataloguing and retro-conversion of bibliographic records.

    Special Topics

    • Archives of Indian Labour The AIL is a repository of documents related to labour movement, personal narratives, memoirs and video and audio material. Eight special collections comprising 40,000 printed pages, 100 hours of taped interviews are stored in digital form and made online available. In addition several special reports and articles on labour history of India, a detailed inventory of material and sources on labour history and papers on technical aspects of digital archiving are included.
Indonesia
  • Cornell Modern Indonesia Collection A series of studies from the Cornell Modern Indonesia Project (CMIP). The 'Interim Reports' deal with topics ranging from the 1965 coup to the Japanese Occupation, elections, decentralization, foreign policy, the role of the nation's armed forces, and the status of Chinese citizens in Indonesia. Original documents translated and published by CMIP include speeches from independence leaders such as Sukarno, Sjahrir, and Hatta, as well as significant studies authored by Indonesian intellectuals, economists, and politicians. CMIP Monographs tend to focus on contemporary Indonesian politics, but include anthropological and social analyses as well. The Bibliographies illuminate a range of works that were important to research on Indonesia in the middle of the century and after.
  • National Archives of The Republic of Indonesia
  • WWW-VL History Index. Indonesia


  • Data Archives

    • Human capital hub of the CLIO-INFRA initiative As part of the CLIO-INFRA, the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the University of Debrecen has taken the initiative to set up this website on human capital data. Our mid-term plan is to extend the activities of the hub into an online community of Scholars working in this field, providing them with a forum and hosting their data and research papers. Our long-run plan is to create a comprehensive dataset on human capital with annual and historical data and a global coverage. The site provides data, papers and links. The hub is maintained by Péter Földvári and Bas van Leeuwen.

    Special Topics

    • INDOC database on Indonesian labour The INDOC database contains 17,858 references to articles on labour in Indonesian newspapers since 1996. At the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Ireland
  • Views of the Famine maintained by Steve Taylor at Vassar College. Contemporary articles and illustrations related to the Irish Famine and subsequent massive migration, 1845-1851.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • Archives of Irish America The Archives of Irish America is a repository of primary research materials related to the Irish migration to the USA at New York University. Collection information, images and transcriptions of selected primary documents, excerpts from the Ireland House Oral History Collection and other exhibits.
    • Irish Labour History Society Museum, Archives: general information.

    Data Archives

    • Database of Irish Historical Statistics Recurrent statistics for Ireland for the nineteenth and twentieth centuries collected from a variety of printed census sources. At The Queen's University of Belfast.

    Associations and Societies

    • Dublin Labour Studies Group "A forum for the discussion of issues in labour economics". Working papers and other publications.
    • Economic and Social History Society of Ireland (Dublin). General information about the Society and its journal - Irish Economic and Social History.
    • Society for Irish Latin American Studies Formerly The Irish Argentine Historical Society. The Society's scope of study is the migration of people from Ireland to Latin America, their settlement, lives, and achievements, as well as those of their descendants, together with contemporary presence of Ireland and people of Irish ancestry in the life and culture of Latin America, and the presence of Latin Americans in Ireland.

    Special Topics

    • 1798 Ireland maintained by Sean McGoldrick. Documents on the Irish Rebellion.
    • Archives of Irish America The Archives of Irish America is a repository of primary research materials related to the Irish migration to the USA at New York University. Collection information, images and transcriptions of selected primary documents, excerpts from the Ireland House Oral History Collection and other exhibits.
    • Connolly - CELT: James Connolly At University College Cork. Some of his major writings, from the Corpus of Electronic Texts.
    • Connolly - James Connolly Society of Canada and the United States Large collection of essays and other writings by the Irish socialist.
    • Great Famine Commemoration A page dedicated to the Irish Famine of 1845.
    • Society for Irish Latin American Studies Formerly The Irish Argentine Historical Society. The Society's scope of study is the migration of people from Ireland to Latin America, their settlement, lives, and achievements, as well as those of their descendants, together with contemporary presence of Ireland and people of Irish ancestry in the life and culture of Latin America, and the presence of Latin Americans in Ireland.
    • Songs of Irish Labour maintained by Helena Sheehan. Texts and sound files, links to related sites.

    Journals

Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea, Republic of
Latin America
  • H-LatAm WWW Site at Michigan State University. Latin American studies links: discussion list, reviews, resources, announcements.
  • Handbook of Latin American Studies at the Library of Congress. A searchable annotated bibliography.
  • Latin American Network Information Center at the University of Texas at Austin. Country and subject directories.
  • Oxford Latin American Economic History Database (OxLAD) Comparable economic and social data for 20 countries in Latin America for 1900-2000. The series are downloadable free of charge, with accompanying methodological notes and sources, from our website. The website, which is available in Portuguese, Spanish, and English, also includes bibliographic references, links to world, regional, and national statistical offices and data sources, and comprehensive methodological discussion of data definitions and adjustments.
  • Red Europea de Información y Documentación sobre América Latina REDIAL Directory.
  • Revolutionary Art of Peru maintained by the Committee to Support the Revolution in Peru (Berkeley, CA): posters of "Shining Path", the Peruvian guerilla movement, with a few songs.
  • Transnational Poster Art at Stanford University Libraries: posters from the German Democratic Republic concerning Latin America, 1970-1989.


  • Associations and Societies

    • LabourAgain A research network on Latin America, social mobilisation and the centrality of labour. Working papers, a discussion list aiming to be a channel for exchanging information and discussing recent developments in the field of Latin American labour studies through e-mail.

    Discussion Lists

    • LabourAgain A research network on Latin America, social mobilisation and the centrality of labour. Working papers, a discussion list aiming to be a channel for exchanging information and discussing recent developments in the field of Latin American labour studies through e-mail.

    Journals


    Reference

    • Latin American Pamphlet Digital Collection A collection of more than 5,000 recently cataloged and digitized titles in Harvard's Widener Library. The catalog records are linked to page images of the digitized pamphlets. As additional pamphlets are cataloged and digitized they will be added to this Collection.
    • WWW Virtual Library Latin American Studies at the Latin American Network Information Center, University of Texas at Austin.
Lebanon
  • Institute for Palestine Studies Library (Beirut) "The (...) largest library in the Arab world specializing in Palestinian affairs, Judaica, and the Arab-Israeli conflict." Collections information, online catalog. The web site can be accessed in three languages: Arabic, English, and French.

Mexico
Middle East
Morocco


    Data Archives

    • Database on Return Migrants to the Maghreb (DReMM) Based on the MIREM survey carried out in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia the DReMM constitutes a rich source of information regarding the processes of reintegration of around one thousand return migrants and their post-return conditions in their countries of origin. From the European University Institute, Florence.

    Special Topics

    • Database on Return Migrants to the Maghreb (DReMM) Based on the MIREM survey carried out in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia the DReMM constitutes a rich source of information regarding the processes of reintegration of around one thousand return migrants and their post-return conditions in their countries of origin. From the European University Institute, Florence.
Netherlands


    Archives and Libraries

    • Archiefnet (Archivenet): a portal site for websites of archival services all over the world maintained by the Historical Centre Overijssel.
    • Centrum Arbeidsverhoudingen (The Hague). On labour relations in the public sector. Online catalogue, relevant links.
    • Collection Social Documentation Index to a large collection of materials from mainly but not exclusively Dutch underground, youth and student movements, squatters, and new age movements at the International Institute of Social History. Information in Dutch.
    • ID-Archiv im IISG at the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam. A documentation centre on the German-language alternative press. Collections information, searchable database, links.
    • International Institute of Social History (Amsterdam). One of the largest research and documentary institutions in labour history anywhere. Collections information, extensive links. Online catalog, including archival and audiovisual holdings; separate guide to the archives and collections.
    • Katholiek Documentatie Centrum at the University of Nijmegen. Its holdings include Roman Catholic trade unions' and women's organizations' records. For a list go to: Stands- en vakorganisaties.
    • Koninklijke Bibliotheek The national library of the Netherlands.
    • Nationaal Archief The national archives of the Netherlands. The collection includes records of the central government, the province of Zuid-Holland and the former County of Holland. These consist of manuscripts, books, photographs, maps and drawings. Highlights of the collection include: the Counts of Holland; the Dutch East India Company; the Upper and Lower Houses of parliament; ministerial records.
    • Occasio: Digital Social History Archive at the International Institute of Social History is a collection of Internet documents concerning social, political and environmental issues, for the greater part available online.

    Data Archives

    • Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS): the Dutch organization responsible for storing and providing permanent access to research data from the Humanities and Social Sciences. It incorporates the Steinmetz Archive for the social sciences and the Netherlands Historical Data Archive (NHDA), which were part of NIWI (Netherlands Institute for Scientific Information Services) from 1997 to 2005.
    • Historical Sample of the Netherlands (HSN) Project information on this representative sample of about 80,000 people born in the Netherlands between 1812 and 1922 intended as a tool for research in Dutch history and demography.
    • Life Courses in Context A collaboratory based on Dutch population registers and censuses (19th and 20th century). The programme's objective is to develop a database with about 40.000 individual life courses of people born in the period of 1863-1922
    • RGP Online The Rijks Geschiedkundige Publicatiën (RGP) is a series of source editions, the first volume of which was published in 1905. Today, the series comprises 450 volumes that contain documents about the history of the Netherlands. The ING, The Hague is in the process of digitising the RGP series and has developed an application that makes it possible to browse the pages online. The online version aims, as far as possible, to be a faithful replica of the original edition. At the same time, efforts have also been made to exploit the new opportunities afforded by an electronic publication by making it possible to search the text and, where possible, adding clickable lists of contents and/or indices. More information about the approach that was selected can be found under explanation. Since December 2007 137 volumes have been made available on the Internet (november 2009).

    Research Institutions


    Museums

    • Burcht - Vakbondsmuseum De Burcht (Amsterdam) The Netherlands' Trade Union Museum. General information.
    • Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis Museum Website of a museum dedicated to one of the founding fathers of Dutch socialism and anarchism.
    • Multatuli Museum Website Website of the Multatuli Museum and Multatuli Society of Amsterdam. Multatuli, Ps. of Eduard Douwes Dekker(1820-1887) was a Dutch writer and freethinker. General information about the Museum and the Society, a brief biography, a bibliography, links, and a catalogue of Douwes Dekker's personal library.
    • Nederlands Textielmuseum (Tilburg). With a specialized library and documentation centre. General information.

    Associations and Societies


    Special Topics

    • Biografisch Woordenboek van het Socialisme en de Arbeidersbeweging in Nederland on the site of the International Institute of Social History (in Dutch).
    • Centrum voor de Geschiedenis van Migranten The Dutch Centre for the History of Migrants was founded in 1995 as a cooperation of several research centres. The website offers general and project information in Dutch, a bibliography and links.
    • Collection Social Documentation Index to a large collection of materials from mainly but not exclusively Dutch underground, youth and student movements, squatters, and new age movements at the International Institute of Social History. Information in Dutch.
    • European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations at the University of Utrecht.
    • FNV Geschiedenis On the occasion of its centennial the Dutch Confederation of Trade Unions FNV presented a new website on its history. It contains a timeline, small biographies of all its presidents and an online poll; all texts are in Dutch.
    • Geheugen van Nederland 'The Memory of the Netherlands' is a project of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, the National Library of the Netherlands. The website contains digitized materials from Dutch archives, libraries and museums. The International Institute of Social History contributes six thousand photographs, prints, posters and banners documenting the Dutch labour movement from 1860 through 1918.
    • Meis - Fré Meis Website devoted to Dutch communist trade union leader and politician Fré Meis (1921-1992).
    • Multatuli Museum Website Website of the Multatuli Museum and Multatuli Society of Amsterdam. Multatuli, Ps. of Eduard Douwes Dekker(1820-1887) was a Dutch writer and freethinker. General information about the Museum and the Society, a brief biography, a bibliography, links, and a catalogue of Douwes Dekker's personal library.
    • Nederlands Textielmuseum (Tilburg). With a specialized library and documentation centre. General information.
    • Nurses from Surinam Photos from the private albums of Surinamese women who came to Holland in the 1950s to become nurses; from the Historical Image Archive on Migrants (Dutch text).
    • Occasio: Digital Social History Archive at the International Institute of Social History is a collection of Internet documents concerning social, political and environmental issues, for the greater part available online.
    • Rode Droom at Erik van Rosmalen's homepage (Amsterdam): 100 years of social democracy in the Netherlands.
    • Spoorwegstaking van 1903 Railway strike educational game (in Dutch)
    • Staatsarchief Dutch squatters archive: a catalogue of papers, periodicals, audio and video tapes, newspaper clippings, photos and posters.
    • Stakingen in Nederland Strikes in the Netherlands: online database containing data on more than 16,000 strikes and lockouts in the Netherlands (1830-2000) compiled by Sjaak van der Velden, at the International Institute of Social History (Dutch text).
    • Steun! Stem! Staak! at the International Institute of Social History: 150 posters from the largest collection in the Netherlands.
    • Vakbeweging in de oorlog Trade Unions during the War. Website devoted to the history of the Dutch trade unions during the German occupation, 1940-1945. Dutch text. The site is under construction: not all listed documents are available.

    Journals


    Reference

    • Biografisch Woordenboek van het Socialisme en de Arbeidersbeweging in Nederland on the site of the International Institute of Social History (in Dutch).
    • Digitized maps at the University Library of Utrecht A presentation of maps in the collections of the Utrecht University Library, the Netherlands.
    • RGP Online The Rijks Geschiedkundige Publicatiën (RGP) is a series of source editions, the first volume of which was published in 1905. Today, the series comprises 450 volumes that contain documents about the history of the Netherlands. The ING, The Hague is in the process of digitising the RGP series and has developed an application that makes it possible to browse the pages online. The online version aims, as far as possible, to be a faithful replica of the original edition. At the same time, efforts have also been made to exploit the new opportunities afforded by an electronic publication by making it possible to search the text and, where possible, adding clickable lists of contents and/or indices. More information about the approach that was selected can be found under explanation. Since December 2007 137 volumes have been made available on the Internet (november 2009).
New Zealand


    Archives and Libraries

    • Beaglehole Room General information about the trade union records in the J. C. Beaglehole Room, the official repository within the Library of all archives and manuscript material at the library of the Victoria University of Wellington.
    • Macmillan Brown Library Detailed overview of the trade union collections at the Macmillan Brown Library, the University of Canterbury's research collection of New Zealand and Pacific Islands materials.

    Research Institutions


    Associations and Societies

    • Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ) Newsletter, journal, links.
    • Trade Union History Project This organization was established in 1987 to foster and record New Zealand trade union and labour history. Besides an extensive introduction to the Projects activities, the website includes timelines of New Zealand labour history, recommended reading, newsletters, information on publications, seminars and conferences and links. The site will also include the material from David Verran's New Zealand Labour History website.

    Special Topics

    • Black Tuesday at NZHistory.net. On the Waihi miners' strike of 1912.
    • New Zealand Labour History Articles by Kath Clark and David Verran on New Zealand trade unions and their leaders.
    • Radical Tradition - Aotearoa New Zealand maintained by Takver in Brunswick, Victoria. Articles on New Zealand's labour history and its anarchist currents.
    • Trade Union History Project This organization was established in 1987 to foster and record New Zealand trade union and labour history. Besides an extensive introduction to the Projects activities, the website includes timelines of New Zealand labour history, recommended reading, newsletters, information on publications, seminars and conferences and links. The site will also include the material from David Verran's New Zealand Labour History website.

    Reference

Nicaragua
Norway
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Romania
  • Society for Romanian Studies (Huntington, USA) An inter-disciplinary academic organization founded in 1973 to promote professional study, criticism, and research on all aspects of Romanian culture and civilization. The website provides an Internet gateway to information and links relevant to the study of Romanian culture and civilization, particularly concerning the countries of Romania and Moldova.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • Institutul Român de Istorie Recentă The Romanian Institute for Recent History (IRIR). Information in English on its library, archives and activities.
    • Open Society Archives at the Central European University in Budapest. Home to the collections of Radio Free Europe-Radio Liberty, among others. The holdings include materials relating to Romania.
Russia
Scandinavia
Singapore
Slovakia
  • Slovak National Archives General information, overview of the collections, links, digitized images.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • Státne archívy v SR Archives in Slovakia. From the Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic–Archives and Records Management Department.

    Museums

    • Povazske Muzeum (Zilina). The Povazie museum is the only museum in the world entirely devoted to the tinker trade. Its collections include almost 2 500 pieces of objects related to the tinker trade.

    Special Topics

    • Povazske Muzeum (Zilina). The Povazie museum is the only museum in the world entirely devoted to the tinker trade. Its collections include almost 2 500 pieces of objects related to the tinker trade.
Slovenia
South Africa
  • South African Labour History Project A joint project of the Labour Research Service and Khanya College (Woodstock) to promote knowledge and understanding of the history of the South African working class and the role of women in its development. Project information, timeline, documents in PDF format.
  • University of the Western Cape (UWC) / Robben Island Mayibuye Archives Collections include documents related to the African National Congress, the South African Congress of Trade Unions, South African Clothing and Textile Workers Union, Women's National Coalition, Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement, Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement, Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee, South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee, Film and Allied Workers Organisation, the United Women's Congress and the Legal and Research Departments of the International Defence and Aid Fund.


  • Archives and Libraries


    Research Institutions

Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
  • Türkiye Sosyal Tarih Arastirma Vakfi (Istanbul). The foundation in charge of the heritage of the Turkish Communist Party. General information.
  • Türkiye Ekonomik ve Toplumsal Tarih Vakfi The Turkish Economic and Social History Foundation, Istanbul, is a non-governmental organization working in the public interest with the objective of developing and extending history consciousness in Turkey. It organizes oral history projects and provides library, archival and bibliographical services through its Information-Documentation Centre.
  • Turkology Update Leiden Project (TULP) Working papers archive Articles in Turkish, English and Dutch on various topics in modern Turkish history. At Leiden University's Department of Turkish Languages and Cultures.
  • TUSAM The Center for Class Studies in Turkey is a non-profit scientific research institution based in Istanbul and founded in 2003 as a part of the Foundation for Social Researches (SAV); information in Turkish.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • ArchiMac: Turkish Archives Site Website by Bekir Kemal Ataman providing information on the Archives and Records Management profession, links to and information about various archival organizations in Turkey, including information for Genealogical Researchers (in Turkish), the first archives journal in Turkey, and the Journal of Archival Studies.

    Special Topics

    • Coal Miners A website concerning the Zongdulgak coalfield during the Ottoman era, containing photographs, maps, and documents. It is a supplement to the book 'Miners and the State in the Ottoman Empire: the Zonguldak Coalfield, 1822-1920, by Donald Quataert.
    • History from Below in the Ottoman Empire and the Modern Middle East: An Archive A website devoted to labor history during the late Ottoman and modern Middle East era. It contains originals and translations of books, articles and contemporary original documents. It is a joint project of Binghamton University, SUNY, and the London School of Economics and Politics.
United Kingdom
  • Chez la Veuve: Women Printers in Great Britain 1475-1700 A brief introduction to the subject with pictures of books printed or sold by women. Online exhibition from the University of Illinois Library.


  • Archives and Libraries

    • Alexander Baykov Library The Baykov Library is part of the European Resource Centre, at the University of Birmingham. It was originally established in 1963 as part of the newly created Centre for Russian and East European Studies (CREES) Holdings total aprox. 90,000 volumes and 500 Soviet Era Posters
    • Archif Wleidyddol Gymreig (Welsh Political Archive) at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth. General information
    • Bishopsgate Institute and Library The library and archives of this educational foundation that opened in 1894, offers free public access to its historical collections about London and the early labour, free thought and co-operative movements.
    • British Cartoon Archive at the University of Kent at Canterbury. Lots of political cartoons, mainly from the British press. Collections information.
    • British Library
    • Commonweal Collection at the University of Bradford Library. An independent specialist library concerned with issues relating to non-violent social change. It contains over 11,000 books and pamphlets, 250 current journals and a variety of videos and educational materials on peace and disarmament, environmentalism etc. It also contains archival material from the peace and other movements.
    • DANGO Database of Archives of Non-Governmental Organisations This project aims to gather as much information as possible on the availability of records relating to non-governmental organisations and pressure groups active in the UK since 1945. The project's outcome will be a fully functional online database (currently already available for research, although as a trial and incomplete version). DANGO is based at the University of Birmingham.
    • Dundee University Archives - Indian Textile Industry Source List Detailed index.
    • Fabian Society Online Archive Around 580 pamphlets published between 1884 and 1997, and some of the earliest Fabian Society minute books are available on the site of the London School of Economics and Political Science LSE.
    • Guide to 19th Century Pamphlets (1801-1914) in 49 collections housed in the CURL libraries.
    • Guide to Holdings - Manuscript Collections - Manuscripts & Special Collections - The University of Nottingham Go to Business records: Records of Nottinghamshire businesses and employees' organisations.
    • Guildhall Library (London). Overview of its sources for social and economic history.
    • Hackney Archives Department (London). An overview of the collections, which include sources for social and labour history (local societies and clubs, trade unions), online catalogue.
    • Hull University Archives The labour history collections include materials related to Chartism, Christian Socialism, and many Trades Unions records. Online catalogue.
    • Kate Sharpley Library (London) Named in honour of Kate Sharpley, a First World War anarchist and anti-war activist, the Library was founded in South London in 1979 and reorganized in 1991. Its holdings include 10,000 English language books, pamphlets and periodicals on anarchism; a collection of posters, leaflets, manuscripts, letters, and internal records, including reports from the IWA (AIT/IAA), the Anarchist Federation of Britain (1945-1950), the Syndicalist Workers Federation (1950-1979), Cienfuegos Press, and ASP.
    • Labour History Archive and Study Centre (LHASC) The Labour History Archive and Study Centre (LHASC) is the main specialist repository for research into the political wing of the labour movement. It holds archives of working class organisations from the Chartists to New Labour, including the Labour Party and the Communist Party of Great Britain.
    • Leeds University Library - Guide to Collections The Special Collections include the Leeds Russian Archive and the Quaker Archives Database.
    • Library and Museum of Freemasonry The repository for the archives of the United Grand Lodge of England and the Supreme Grand Chapter of England, their predecessor bodies, buildings and sites associated with Freemasonry, charitable bodies associated with Freemasonry, some individual Freemasons and some lodge and chapter records.
    • Library of the London School of Economics and Political Science Over 1m vols, 28,000 journals. Online catalog (Web). Guides to the manuscript and pamphlet collections.
    • Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru - The National Library of Wales General information, online resources.
    • Marx Memorial Library (London). The Specialist Collections include materials on the Spanish Civil War, the US labour movement, the Bernal peace collection, early radical and chartist materials, the Daily Worker/Morning Star and the Unemployed Workers' Movement. Online catalogue, a selection of book reviews first published in the Marx Memorial Bulletin.
    • Modern Records Centre at the Library of the University of Warwick in Coventry. Records of the Trades Union Congress, the British Confederation of Industry and other union and company archives. Summary guide to the holdings.
    • Museum of English Rural Life at the University of Reading. Information on its collections, which include artefacts, books, archives, photographs, film and sound recordings, and are all related to the history of food, farming and country life. The Museum is also responsible for the The Rural History Database, an online bibliography of British rural history.
    • National Archives Maintains ARCHON, a directory of British archival repositories, and the National Register of Archives
    • National Co-operative Archive The former Co-operative Union Archive, which has now been merged with another Archive. At the Co-operative College in Manchester, UK.
    • National Library of Scotland Scotland's largest library and a UK library of deposit.
    • Political Archives: Commonwealth and Latin American Archives Project This website is the product of a project sponsored jointly by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies (London) and the Institute for the Study of the Americas (London) aiming to improve access to and use of their extensive collections of political ephemera. It offers collection information, an online catalogue, and a selection of digitized posters and pamphlets.
    • Public Record Office The national archive of England, Wales and the United Kingdom.
    • Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.
    • Scottish Textile Heritage Online "This groundbreaking pilot project aims to provide a one-stop shop for anyone wanting information about the richness and diversity of Scottish Textile heritage collections. Users will be able to browse through a database of some 4,000 descriptions of archive and museum collections and objects with supporting images."
    • Sources for Labour History A Research Guide from the National Archives. See also the Ministry of Labour Records Research Guide.
    • South Wales Miners' Library at University College Swansea. General information.
    • Special collections in the University of Huddersfield Archives The G. H. Wood collection: manuscript wages material, monographs, pamphlets, government reports and periodicals. The subjects covered include economic and social history, education, health, housing and women's history. There is also a valuable collection of pamphlets published by feminist organisations in the early twentieth century as well as a substantial set of Fabian Society material.
    • The National Archives: The Catalogue: Research Guides: Sources for Labour History Domestic Records Information 125. These notes briefly describe the unpublished sources noted in the National Register of Archives (NRA), the principal relevant repositories with strong collections relating to the history of the labour movement, other useful links and works of reference.
    • TUC Library Collections at the London Metropolitan University
    • UK Centre for the History of Nursing and Midwifery Information on archives and resources.
    • University of Liverpool Library: Special Collections and Archives These include the Sports Archives, Social Work Archives, the papers of John and Katharine Bruce Glasier, the Gypsy Lore Society Archive, the Scott Macfie Gypsy Collection, the Rathbone family papers, the Josephine Butler papers, and the David Owen Archive.
    • University of Sussex Special Collections Indexes to the collections, among them the records of the Common Wealth party and the New Statesman, and related personal papers.
    • Working Class Movement Library (Salford). Overview of the collections (50,000 books, pamphlets etc), online catalog (Web).

    Data Archives

    • ESDS Qualidata This specialist service of the ESDS led by the UK Data Archive (UKDA) at the University of Essex provides access and support for a range of social science qualitative datasets.
    • Histpop - The Online Historical Population Reports Website An online resource of almost 200,000 pages of all the published population reports created by the Registrars-General and its predecessors for England and Wales and for Scotland for the period 1801–1920.
    • Mass-Observation Archive at the University of Sussex. Materials 1937-1949 and from 1981. Several search facilities.
    • Moving Here A British database of digitized photographs, maps, objects, documents and audio items from 30 local and national archives, museums and libraries which record migration experiences of the last 200 years.
    • Scottish Economic History Database 1550-1780 Crop yields, demographic data, price and wage series, weather statistics; at the International Institute of Social History.
    • Scottish Emigration Database The Database currently contains the records of over 21,000 passengers who embarked at Glasgow and Greenock for non-European ports between 1 January and 30 April 1923, and at other Scottish ports between 1890 and 1960. Based at the University of Aberdeen's AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies.
    • UK Data Archive (UKDA) A resource centre that acquires, disseminates, preserves, and promotes the largest collection of digital data in the social sciences and humanities in the United Kingdom.
    • UK National Digital Archive of Datasets at the University of London Computer Centre, in cooperation with the University of London Library and the Public Record Office. Archived digital data from UK government departments and agencies.

    Research Institutions


    Museums

    • Black Country Living Museum (Dudley, West Midlands). Brief overview of the collections.
    • Dunaskin Open Air Museum (Doon Valley, Scotland), on the site of the Dalmellington Iron Works. General information.
    • Ironbridge Gorge Museum (Shropshire). General information on the museums and sites at this "birthplace of the industrial revolution".
    • Library and Museum of Freemasonry The repository for the archives of the United Grand Lodge of England and the Supreme Grand Chapter of England, their predecessor bodies, buildings and sites associated with Freemasonry, charitable bodies associated with Freemasonry, some individual Freemasons and some lodge and chapter records.
    • Museum of English Rural Life at the University of Reading. Information on its collections, which include artefacts, books, archives, photographs, film and sound recordings, and are all related to the history of food, farming and country life. The Museum is also responsible for the The Rural History Database, an online bibliography of British rural history.
    • Museum of Liverpool Life houses collections of regional provenance and national importance, including material relating to housing, public health, transport, employment, trade unionism, and recreation.
    • Museum of Science & Industry in Manchester The Museum's archive and library collection mainly relates to the industrial, scientific and social history of the Manchester region. The archive material include books, business records, films, letters, oral history recordings, personal records, photographs, textile sample books, written and printed papers. General information, with "stunning visuals and sound", if you have all the plug-ins.
    • National Coal Mining Museum (Wakefield, West Yorkshire). General information.
    • National Museum of Science and Industry consisting of the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television (Bradford), the National Railway Museum (York) and the Science Museum (London).
    • Owen - Robert Owen Museum Newtown, Powys, U.K. General information, a short online biography.
    • People's History Museum (formerly National Museum of Labour History, Manchester). Holdings include the records of the Labour Party and the Communist Party of Great Britain. The public galleries are housed at the Pump House.
    • Rochdale Pioneers Museum The museum of the co-operative movement.
    • Scottish Textile Heritage Online "This groundbreaking pilot project aims to provide a one-stop shop for anyone wanting information about the richness and diversity of Scottish Textile heritage collections. Users will be able to browse through a database of some 4,000 descriptions of archive and museum collections and objects with supporting images."
    • Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum (Dorchester). General information, highlights of the new exhibition on "the foundation of modern day trade unionism".

    Associations and Societies


    Special Topics

    • Anarchist Studies Network A Political Studies Association (UK), Specialist Group for the Study of Anarchism. General information, calls for papers, news, links.
    • Carlyle - The Carlyle Letters online The archive contains over 10,000 letters by Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle. Visitors can search the database or browse these documents by date, recipient, or subject. From Duke University Press.
    • Centre for Research into Freemasonry at the University of Sheffield. Access to the online version of Lane's Masonic Records of England and Wales, Draffen's Scottish Masonic Records, an Introductory Bibliography of English-Language Works and other resources.
    • Chartist Ancestors For family historians wanting to find their radical roots in the Chartist movement of the nineteenth century. The names listed here are drawn from newspapers and books of the time, from later histories and from other sources. The site also has a timeline and links to other Chartist resources. Maintained by Mark Crail.
    • Dictionary of Labour Biography General project information: background, aims and objectives; index of the DLB.
    • Fabian Society Online Archive Around 580 pamphlets are now available on the website of the London School School of Economics and Political Science. In addition, some of the earliest Fabian Society minute books are also available online.
    • Glasgow Digital Library Digital collections about the history of Glasgow and Scotland including resources on the 'Red Clydeside' period in Scotland's political history (1910-1932), ebooks on Glasgow's radical tradition, and the social, political and economic developments in Victorian Britain (1837-1901)
    • History of the Workhouse Website devoted to the history of the workhouse in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. It contains lists of workhouses and Poor Law unions, maps, photographs, transcripts of documents, introductory articles on the history of the Poor Laws, histories of individual institutions, and other resources. Created by Peter Higginbotham.
    • I.A. Recordings (Telford, Shropshire). Dedicated to recording past and present industry processes on film and video. Overview of the productions, industrial archeology links
    • Kate Sharpley Library (London) Named in honour of Kate Sharpley, a First World War anarchist and anti-war activist, the Library was founded in South London in 1979 and reorganized in 1991. Its holdings include 10,000 English language books, pamphlets and periodicals on anarchism; a collection of posters, leaflets, manuscripts, letters, and internal records, including reports from the IWA (AIT/IAA), the Anarchist Federation of Britain (1945-1950), the Syndicalist Workers Federation (1950-1979), Cienfuegos Press, and ASP.
    • Labour Left Briefing Links Links of mainly UK labour and green organizations, academic sites, bookshops, radical media etc.
    • LabourNet UK Links to trade unions, campaign groups and other political organizations.
    • Library and Museum of Freemasonry The repository for the archives of the United Grand Lodge of England and the Supreme Grand Chapter of England, their predecessor bodies, buildings and sites associated with Freemasonry, charitable bodies associated with Freemasonry, some individual Freemasons and some lodge and chapter records.
    • Manchester's Radical History The Manchester Radical History Collective's blog devoted to the city's radical and grassroots history.
    • Marx Memorial Library (London). The Specialist Collections include materials on the Spanish Civil War, the US labour movement, the Bernal peace collection, early radical and chartist materials, the Daily Worker/Morning Star and the Unemployed Workers' Movement. Online catalogue, a selection of book reviews first published in the Marx Memorial Bulletin.
    • Moving Here A British database of digitized photographs, maps, objects, documents and audio items from 30 local and national archives, museums and libraries which record migration experiences of the last 200 years.
    • Owen - Robert Owen Museum Newtown, Powys, U.K. General information, a short online biography.
    • Owned by the Miners: Tower at the National Library of Wales: Roger Tiley's photographs of Tower Colliery, purchased by the miners in 1995.
    • Plymouth Labour History Website Online articles and some links.
    • Scots Abroad Databases bringing together materials relating to the life of Scots at home and abroad; in the collections of the National Library of Scotland.
    • Scottish Emigration Database The Database currently contains the records of over 21,000 passengers who embarked at Glasgow and Greenock for non-European ports between 1 January and 30 April 1923, and at other Scottish ports between 1890 and 1960. Based at the University of Aberdeen's AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies.
    • Scottish Labour History Collections This list contains summary details of all collections of significant size received to date by the Manuscripts Division of the National Library of Scotland in the field of Scottish labour and trade union history, including personal papers of individuals active in these movements.
    • Sources for Labour History A Research Guide from the National Archives. See also the Ministry of Labour Records Research Guide.
    • South Wales Miners' Library at University College Swansea. General information.
    • Southwell Union Workhouse (1834-1871) Documents from Southwell Union Workhouse, England: correspondence between the union and the central authorities concerning individual paupers and workhouse staff as well as source material to study poor relief, education, public health, local politics and labour history, such as trade unions, Chartism and friendly societies. This is a joint project by The National Archives in partnership with the National Trust.
    • Statistical Accounts of Scotland The two Statistical Accounts of Scotland, covering the 1790s and the 1830s, provide a rich record of a wide variety of topics: wealth, class and poverty; climate, agriculture, fishing and wildlife; population, schools, and the moral health of the people. A free service is available to all users with the basic features of searching, viewing and printing from the two Accounts.
    • Street Corner Society On the roots of democratic and labour organization in the early modern era. Includes material on Levellers, Diggers, Quakers, and others, mainly in Britain in the 1600s.
    • UK Centre for the History of Nursing and Midwifery Information on archives and resources.
    • Union - The Union Makes Us Strong: TUC History Online A history of the British trade union movement since the early 19th century, based on digitised images from the TUC Library Collections.
    • University of Liverpool Library: Special Collections and Archives These include the Sports Archives, Social Work Archives, the papers of John and Katharine Bruce Glasier, the Gypsy Lore Society Archive, the Scott Macfie Gypsy Collection, the Rathbone family papers, the Josephine Butler papers, and the David Owen Archive.
    • Ursula Stange's annotated bibliography of Chartism This bibliography was compiled in 1993 as part of the research for a Master's thesis on Ernest Jones and the Chartist Movement. Since Jones joined the movement only in 1844, the bibliography does not contain all the Chartism resources pertaining to the movement before that date.
    • Winning Equal Pay: the value of women's work A partnership initiative between London Metropolitan University and the Trades Union Congress to record the long campaign to achieve equal pay for women. This interactive website will show filmed interviews with women who fought for equal pay, digitised images and documents, plus contributions from historians and other experts.
    • Workers' War : Home Front Recalled This TUC History Online website holds an exhibition of hundreds of digitised images and documents, oral testimony from those who worked on the Home Front during the war and contributions from historians providing thematic perspectives on the period.

    Journals


    Reference

United States
Uruguay
Viet Nam
  • Vietnam Studies Group A sub-committee of the Southeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies. The website's resources include a directory of archives and research library collections in and outside Vietnam, a Vietnam scholars directory, and teaching and reference resources.




Last updated 28 January 2014