Edited Works: Contributions

Beynon, H., Blakely, H., Bryson, A. and Davies, R. (2021)”Epilogue to Coal” in R. Simmons and K. Simpson (eds.), Education, Work and Social Change in Britain’s Former Coalfield Communities, Palgrave Macmillan, 2022 pp 259-264

Huw Beynon (2019) “Out of the Ashes: The Durham Miners’ Gala” in G. Williams, Ed. Shafted: The Media, the Miners’ Strike and the Aftermath, Exeter, CPBF, pp140-162

Huw Beynon and Ray Hudson (2018) The Road to Brexit on the British Coalfields” in M. Werner, J. Peck, R. Lave, and B. Christophers, Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues, Newcastle upon Tyne, Agenda Publishing, pp 161- 171

Huw Beynon (2017) “A Challenging Life: Dave Hopper 1942-2016” in G. Williams (ed) The Flame Still Burns Nottingham, Campaign for press and Broadcasting Freedom, pp7-12

Huw Beynon (2017) “People, Place and Politics: The anatomy of dispossession in the geography of Ray Hudson”, European Urban and Regional Studies. 1-4

When all Hell Breaks Loose: Striking on the British Coalfields 1984-85” in M. Dawson, B. Fowler, D. Miller and A. Smith (eds) Stretching the Sociological Imagination: Essays in Honour of John Eldridge, 2015 Palgrave Macmillan, pp 65-82

Beyond Fordism” in S. Edgell, H. Gottfried and E. Granter (eds) The Sage Handbook of the Sociology and Work and Employment, 2016 Sage, 306-328

“O Paradoxo Ingles” (2010) in Flavio Limoncic and Carlos Palmonanes Martinho (eds) A GrandeDepressao: Politica e Economia na Decada de 1930, civilizacao Brazileira, Rio de Janeiro, pp 277-305

Cool Britannia or Cruel Britannia: Race and Racism in New Labour” (2003) (with Lou Kushnick) in Leo Panich and Colin Leys (Eds): Socialist Register

Democracy and the Organisation of Class Struggle in Brazil” (2001) (with Jose Romalho) in Leo Panich and Colin Leys (Eds) Working Classes: Global Realities: Socialist Register

“The Coming of the Classless Society?” (1998) in Huw Beynon and Pandeli Glavanis (eds) Power and Inequality, Longmans

The Changing Practices of Work” (1997) in R.K. Brown (Ed) The Changing Shape of Work, Macmillan, pp 20-53

Beynon, H. (1994) “The Changing Experience of Work” in Alex Bryson and Stephen McKay (Eds.) Is it Worth Working?, Policy Studies Institute, pp. 93-109

“The End of the Industrial Worker?” in N. Abercrombie and A. Warde (Eds.) Social Change in Contemporary Britain, Polity Press, 1992, pp 167-183

Class and Historical Explanation” in M.L. Bush (Ed.) Social Orders and Social Classes in Europe since 1500, Longmans 1992 pp 230-249

“Regulating research: Politics and decision-making in industrial organisations”, in Alan Bryman (Ed.), Doing Research in Organisations, Routledge, 1988 pp.21-33

It’s all Falling Apart up Here!” (with R. Hudson, J. Lewis, A. Townsend and D. Sadler.) in P. Cooke (ed.) Localities, Hutchinson, 1988, reprinted in Linda McDowell (Ed), Undoing Place?, Arnold, 1987, pp. 61-70

Horden” (with R.Hudson and D. Sadler), in R. Samuel and G. Bonaas (Eds), The Enemies Within, Routledge, 1986 pp 43-51

“The Miners’ strike and the Question of State Power” (with P.McMylor), in Huw Beynon (Ed) Digging Deeper, Verso, 1985 pp. 26-55

Introduction” in Huw Beynon (Ed), Digging Deeper, Verso, 1985 pp.1-25

“Closures: The Threat to Labour”, in P. Dickson and P. Judge, (Eds.), The Politics of Industrial Closure, Allen and Unwin, 1984, pp. 96-115

Tommy Armstrong: The Pitman’s Poet” in Tommy Armstrong 1983

“Jeremy Seabrook and the English Working Class” in R. Milliband and J. Saville, (Eds), The Socialist Register, Merlin Press, 1982, pp.285-301