Part 1 of a two-part series exploring the debate among British historians about the emergence and development of the British working class during the 19th century.
Five part article by Dr Myna Trustram on symbolism in British working class protest.
Kevin Redhouse reviews the book by Philip Gillett, a sociological study of postwar Britain and the ways in which film portrayed the working class, the relationship between cinema as a means of popular entertainment and as a text is played out within the establishment of an historical context.
Review of the book by Jonathan Rose.
Examines the plight of the working class and the poor under Victorianism.