Interview with John Jones

Scope and Content

Sue Morrison in conversation with South Wales miner John Jones, 15 September 2002.
- transcript
Interview C27.
Sue Morrison conducted the initial archival research for the oral history project, as well as a pilot interview. This presumably is the pilot interview.

Administrative / Biographical History

Dr Morrison studied history at the University of Strathclyde from 1997 to 2001, completing a dissertation on ‘Coalworkers’ pneumoconiosis: the "black death" of the mining Industry, 1920-1970’. Her M.Phil. thesis (2003, University of Glasgow / University of Strathclyde) focused on ‘Silicosis: establishing the principle, 1880-1939'. In 2007 she completed a doctorate on ‘The silicosis experience in Scotland: causality, recognition and the impact of legislation during the twentieth century’ at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Since 2010 she has been affiliated with the Scottish Oral History Centre, University of Strathclyde, as a researcher and oral history teacher. She is also an oral history consultant.

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Dr Morrison studied history at the University of Strathclyde from 1997 to 2001, completing a dissertation on ‘Coalworkers’ pneumoconiosis: the "black death" of the mining Industry, 1920-1970’. Her M.Phil. thesis (2003, University of Glasgow / University of Strathclyde) focused on ‘Silicosis: establishing the principle, 1880-1939'. In 2007 she completed a doctorate on ‘The silicosis experience in Scotland: causality, recognition and the impact of legislation during the twentieth century’ at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Since 2010 she has been affiliated with the Scottish Oral History Centre, University of Strathclyde, as a researcher and oral history teacher. She is also an oral history consultant.

Johnston & McIvor (2007) 'Miners' lung: a history of dust disease in British coal mining', xiii (acknowledgements)

Archivist's Note

Created by Anna-K Mayer, 9 February 2017

Name revealed in appendix of McIvor & Johnston 2007, according to which all of the interviews in that project were "archived for public access in the Scottish Oral History Centre [etc]"./akm February 2017

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