Regional and Local History Research Group

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The Regional and Local History Research Group is committed principally to the development and promotion of research in all aspects of the regional, local and community history of North Eastern England. It aims to maintain a long-standing tradition of research expertise in this field at Teesside University and is dedicated to its further development and enhancement.

This will be achieved by raising the national and international profile of the history of the region; maintaining and continuing to build a research culture and research links; facilitating the teaching of aspects of regional and local history at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; developing Teesside University’s role in the community and disseminating the results of research to the general public through seminars, conferences and peer-reviewed publications.

By including in its remit research that examines the causes and the social and cultural consequences of deindustrialisation in the North East region, as well as the collection and preservation of community memories, the group will also contribute to the University’s wider research strategy, particularly the Grand Challenge theme of Resilient and Secure Societies.

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Labour Party Social Sciences
employment situation Social Sciences
Marxism Earth & Environmental Sciences
expulsion Social Sciences
historical perspective Earth & Environmental Sciences
labor Social Sciences
twentieth century Earth & Environmental Sciences
Ireland Social Sciences

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Projects 2008 2019

Research Output 2001 2020

Labour Party
expulsion
municipal council
labor
Personnel

'Racy of the Soil': Young Ireland and the Cultural Production of Nationhood

Higgins, R., 2019, Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Europe. Stynen, A. (ed.). Brill Academic Publishers

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Socialist political thinking in revolutionary Ireland, 1912-1923

McGuire, C., 31 May 2019, In : Socialist History. 55, Spring, p. 47-68 22 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Political Thinking
Ireland
Revolution
Socialist
Activists

Press / Media

Award for project sharing steelworkers stories

Joan Heggie & Natasha Vall

6/10/19

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Discovering Viva Talbot

Joan K. F. Heggie

8/10/08

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Links to the Past: Pioneers of Ulster Golf

Roisin Higgins

23/06/19

1 Media contribution

Press/Media: Press / Media

Student theses

Public Ownership and the Labour Governments of 1945-1951: The Case of Steel Nationalisation

Author: Massey, C., 2012

Supervisor: Copsey, N. (Supervisor) & Howell, D. (External person) (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

Aspects of Crown administration and society in the county of Northumberland, c. 1400 - c. 1450

Author: Garrett, J., 2 May 2015

Supervisor: Newton, D. (Supervisor) & Pollard, A. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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