Mary Hilson, Silke Neunsinger, and Iben Vyff, editors. Labour, Unions and Politics under the North Star: The Nordic Countries, 1700–2000.

Mary Hilson, Silke Neunsinger, and Iben Vyff, editors. Labour, Unions and Politics under the... Göran Rydén and Chris Evans, Connecting Labour: Organizing Swedish Ironmaking in an Atlantic Context. Ingar Kaldal, “Forest Men”: How Scandinavian Loggers’ Understandings of “Real Men” and “Real Work” are Rooted in Personal Narratives and Popular Culture about Forest Life. Malin Nilsson, Diverse, Rather Than Desperate: Housewifization and Industrial Home Work in Sweden, 1906–1912. Helle Stenum, Housemaids of the Past and Au Pairs of Today in Denmark: Do They Have Anything in Common? Knud Knudsen, Trade Unionism in Denmark, 1870–1940—from the Perspective of Work. Johan Svanberg, Labour Migration and Industrial Relations: Recruitment of Foreign-Born Workers to the Swedish Engineering Industry after the Second World War. Sami Suodenjoki, Land Agitation and the Rise of Agrarian Socialism in South-Western Finland, 1899–1907. Marko Tikka, Strike in Finland, Revolution in Russia: The Role of Workers in the 1905 General Strike in the Grand Duchy of Finland. Einar A. Terjesen, Radicalism or Integration: Socialist and Liberal Parties in Norway, 1890–1914. Mirja Österberg, “Norden” as a Transnational Space in the 1930s: Negotiated Consensus of “Nordicness” in the Nordic Cooperation Committee of the Labour Movement. Ragnheiđur Kristjánsdóttir, Facing the Nation: Nordic Communists and Their National Contexts, from the 1920s and into the Cold War. Holger Weiss, Tallinn—Stockholm—Hamburg—Copenhagen—Oslo: The Northern Dimension of the Comintern’s Global Network and Underground Activities, 1920–1940. Chris Holmsted Larsen, Danish Cadres at the Moscow Party School, 1958–1960. © The Author 2018. Published by Oxford University Press. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American Historical Review Oxford University Press

Mary Hilson, Silke Neunsinger, and Iben Vyff, editors. Labour, Unions and Politics under the North Star: The Nordic Countries, 1700–2000.

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Göran Rydén and Chris Evans, Connecting Labour: Organizing Swedish Ironmaking in an Atlantic Context. Ingar Kaldal, “Forest Men”: How Scandinavian Loggers’ Understandings of “Real Men” and “Real Work” are Rooted in Personal Narratives and Popular Culture about Forest Life. Malin Nilsson, Diverse, Rather Than Desperate: Housewifization and Industrial Home Work in Sweden, 1906–1912. Helle Stenum, Housemaids of the Past and Au Pairs of Today in Denmark: Do They Have Anything in Common? Knud Knudsen, Trade Unionism in Denmark, 1870–1940—from the Perspective of Work. Johan Svanberg, Labour Migration and Industrial Relations: Recruitment of Foreign-Born Workers to the Swedish Engineering Industry after the Second World War. Sami Suodenjoki, Land Agitation and the Rise of Agrarian Socialism in South-Western Finland, 1899–1907. Marko Tikka, Strike in Finland, Revolution in Russia: The Role of Workers in the 1905 General Strike in the Grand Duchy of Finland. Einar A. Terjesen, Radicalism or Integration: Socialist and Liberal Parties in Norway, 1890–1914. Mirja Österberg, “Norden” as a Transnational Space in the 1930s: Negotiated Consensus of “Nordicness” in the Nordic Cooperation Committee of the Labour Movement. Ragnheiđur Kristjánsdóttir, Facing the Nation: Nordic Communists and Their National Contexts, from the 1920s and into the Cold War. Holger Weiss, Tallinn—Stockholm—Hamburg—Copenhagen—Oslo: The Northern Dimension of the Comintern’s Global Network and Underground Activities, 1920–1940. Chris Holmsted Larsen, Danish Cadres at the Moscow Party School, 1958–1960. © The Author 2018. Published by Oxford University Press.

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