Papers on Labour History

Papers on Labour History (ISSN 0783-005X) is a publication series of the Finnish Society for Labour History for anthologies and monographs published in other languages than Finnish. The series welcomes contributions in English and Scandinavian languages and utilizes a peer-review process. Since 2015, the accepted manuscripts have been published both online and as a printed book.

Published in the series:

  1. Det nordiska i den nordiska arbetarrörelsen. Red. Pauli Kettunen. Papers on Labour History I. Helsingfors 1983.
  2. Der Zusammenbruch der Zweiten Internationale. Hrsg. Paavo Jokela. Papers on Labour History II. Helsinki 1988.
  3. Arbetarklassen i samhällets vardag. / The working class in the everyday life of society. Red. Katia Båsk, Antti Metsänkylä & Katarina Koskiranta. Papers on Labour History III. Helsingfors 1991.
  4. Arbete och nordisk samhällsmodell. Red. Pauli Kettunen & Tapio Rissanen. Papers on Labour History IV. Tammerfors 1995.
  5. Meeting Local Challenges – Mapping Industrial Identities. Ed. Sakari Hänninen, Kirsti Salmi-Niklander & Tiina Valpola. Papers on Labour History V. Helsinki 1999.
  6. Lokalt och internationellt. Dimensioner i den nordiska arbetarrörelsen och arbetarkulturen. Red. Pauli Kettunen. Papers on Labour History VI. Tammerfors 2002.
  7. Saarela, Tauno: Finnish communism visited. Papers on Labour History VII. Helsinki 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/10138/153855
  8. Huhta, Aleksi: Toward a Red Melting Pot. The Racial Thinking of Finnish-American Radicals, 1900-1938. Papers on Labour History VIII. Helsinki 2021. http://hdl.handle.net/10138/332241
  9. Turunen, Risto: Shades of Red. Evolution of the Political Language of Finnish Socialism from the 19th Century until the Civil War of 1918. Papers on Labour History IX. Helsinki 2021. http://hdl.handle.net/10138/336197
  10. Klasskamp på svenska. Aktörer, idéer och erfarenheter i 1900-talets finlandssvenska arbetarrörelse. Red. Matias Kaihovirta & Christoffer Holm. Papers on Labour History X. Helsingfors 2022. http://hdl.handle.net/10138/339574

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