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First publication for History doctoral candidate

February 5, 2016

Congratulations to USW historian Adam Godfrey, currently completing his PhD on labour in the Swansea copper industry in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, for his first published scholarly article: '“We would rather starve idle than starve while working hard”: The Swansea Copperworkers’ Strike of 1843’.

A World of Copper: Globalizing the Industrial Revolution 1830-1870

February 19, 2015

USW historians Chris Evans and Olivia Saunders have just published the main report on A World of Copper: Globalizing the Industrial Revolution, 1830-1870, the international research network they organised with the support of the Leverhulme Trust. Their paper appears in the latest issue of the Journal of Global History.

Copper Ore: An Unlikely Global Commodity

May 5, 2014

USW historians Chris Evans and Olivia Saunders have published a preliminary report on A World of Copper: Globalising the Industrial Revolution, 1830-1870, the project funded by the Leverhulme Trust in 2012-2013, which they led.

'Copper Ore: An Unlikely Global Commodity’ appears in the online forum Commodity Histories.

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