Mary Hilson

Mary Hilson has a PhD in Economic and Social History (University of Exeter, 1998) and is Lecturer in Contemporary Scandinavian History at the Department of Scandinavian Studies, University College London.

Previous publications include: "Labour Politics in a Naval Dockyard: The Case of Karlskrona, Sweden, 1880-1920", International Review of Social History (2001); "Consumers and Politics: The Co-operative Movement in Plymouth, 1890-1920", Labour History Review (2002), and other articles on British and Swedish social history.  

She is also co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Contemporary Scandinavian History (published by Routledge).


Political Change and the Rise of Labour in Comparative Perspective

Britain and Sweden 1890–1920

Mary Hilson

What differencies and similarities were there in the Labour movements around Europe when they grew strong around the start of  Läs mer »