Interview with wife of a South Wales miner (C31)

Scope and Content

Arthur McIvor in conversation with the wife of a South Wales miner (C31), 14 May 2004.
- sound recording (11 minutes 7 seconds) and transcript

Administrative / Biographical History

Arthur McIvor is professor of social history at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and a specialist in the history of work and occupational health. He is the joint author, with Ronnie Johnston, of 'Lethal work: a history of the asbestos tragedy in Scotland' (2000) and 'Miners' lung: a history of dust disease in British coal mining' (2007).

Access Information

Access only to anonymised interview.

Note

Arthur McIvor is professor of social history at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and a specialist in the history of work and occupational health. He is the joint author, with Ronnie Johnston, of 'Lethal work: a history of the asbestos tragedy in Scotland' (2000) and 'Miners' lung: a history of dust disease in British coal mining' (2007).

Archivist's Note

Created by Anna-K Mayer, 27 January 2017

Anonymity requested. Name in excel. Interview listed 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/akm January 2017

Additional Information

published