Dr Annmarie Hughes

  • Senior Lecturer (Economic & Social History)

telephone: 0141 330 2459
email: Annmarie.Hughes@glasgow.ac.uk

R208 Level 2, Economic & Social History, Lilybank House, Glasgow G12 8RT

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-4290-0210

Research interests

Research Interests

  • British/Scottish gender and class relations between the wars
  • Domestic violence in Scotland, c1900-1945
  • Twentieth century social history
  • History of the family in the inter-war years

Research Contribution

Publications

List by: Type | Date

Jump to: 2018 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2011 | 2010 | 2008 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002
Number of items: 18.

2018

Hughes, A. and Wright, V. (2018) What did the rent strikers do next? Women and Housing struggles in Interwar Scotland. In: Gray, N. (ed.) Rent and its Discontents: A Century of Housing Struggle. Series: Transforming capitalism. Rowan & Littlefield International: London, pp. 17-32. ISBN 9781786605740

2015

Elliot, R. , Hughes, A. and Meek, J. (2015) Working class family breakdown and the First World War in Scotland. Scottish Labour History, 50, pp. 141-159.

2014

Hughes, A. and Meek, J. (2014) State regulation, family breakdown and lone motherhood: the hidden costs of World War I in Scotland. Journal of Family History, 39(4), pp. 364-387. (doi: 10.1177/0363199014548826) (PMID:26538794) (PMCID:PMC4613732)

2013

Hughes, A. (2013) 'A clear understanding of our duty': Labour women in rural Scotland, 1919-1939. Scottish Labour History, 48, pp. 136-157.

2011

Barclay, K., Carr, R., Elliot, R. and Hughes, A. (2011) Gender and generations: women and life cycles. Women's History Review, 20(2), pp. 175-188. (doi: 10.1080/09612025.2011.556317)

Barclay, K., Carr, R., Elliot, R. and Hughes, A. (2011) Women's History Review. Special issue: Gender and Generations: Women and Life Cycles. Women's History Review, 20(2),

Hughes, A. (2011) Socialist women in the inter-war years. In: Davies, M. (ed.) Class and Gender in British Labour History, Renewing the Debate (or Starting It?),. Merlin Press. ISBN 9780850366686

2010

Hughes, A. (2010) Gender and Political Identities in Scotland, 1919-1939. Series: Scottish historical review monographs series (17). Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748639816

Hughes, A. (2010) The 'non-criminal' class: wife-beating in Scotland (c. 1800-1949). Crime, History and Societies, 14(2), pp. 31-54.

2008

Hughes, A. (2008) Legal discourses of marital violence in late nineteenth and twentieth century Scotland. In: Seventh European Social Science History Conference, Lisbon, 26 February - 1 March 2008,

2006

Hughes, A. (2006) The economic and social effects of recession and depression on Greenock between the wars. International Journal of Maritime History, 18(1), pp. 281-306.

2005

Hughes, A. (2005) The social and economic effects of recession and depression on a maritime town, Greenock between the wars. In: 20th International Congress of Historical Sciences, Sydney, July 2005,

Hughes, A. (2005) Fragmented feminists? the influence of class and political identity in relations between the Glasgow and West of Scotland suffrage society and the independent labour party in the West of Scotland, c. 1919-1932. Women's History Review, 14(1), pp. 7-31. (doi: 10.1080/09612020500200418)

2004

Hughes, A. (2004) Representations and counter-representations of domestic violence on Clydeside between the two world wars. Labour History Review (Special Issue on Working Class Masculinities), 69(2), pp. 169-184.

2003

Hughes, A. (2003) Representation and counter-representations of domestic violence in the west of Scotland between the two World Wars. In: Women's History Network, Aberdeen University, September 2003,

Hughes, A. (2003) The politics of play: domestic violence and male popular culture in the west of Scotland between the wars. In: Social History Conference, Leicester University, January 2003,

2002

Hughes, A. (2002) Red skirts on Clydeside 1900-1936. In: European Social Science History Conference, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, 2002,

Hughes, A. (2002) Working class culture, family life and domestic violence on Clydeside, c1918-1939: a view from below. Scottish Tradition, 27, pp. 60-94.

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Number of items: 18.

Articles

Elliot, R. , Hughes, A. and Meek, J. (2015) Working class family breakdown and the First World War in Scotland. Scottish Labour History, 50, pp. 141-159.

Hughes, A. and Meek, J. (2014) State regulation, family breakdown and lone motherhood: the hidden costs of World War I in Scotland. Journal of Family History, 39(4), pp. 364-387. (doi: 10.1177/0363199014548826) (PMID:26538794) (PMCID:PMC4613732)

Hughes, A. (2013) 'A clear understanding of our duty': Labour women in rural Scotland, 1919-1939. Scottish Labour History, 48, pp. 136-157.

Barclay, K., Carr, R., Elliot, R. and Hughes, A. (2011) Gender and generations: women and life cycles. Women's History Review, 20(2), pp. 175-188. (doi: 10.1080/09612025.2011.556317)

Barclay, K., Carr, R., Elliot, R. and Hughes, A. (2011) Women's History Review. Special issue: Gender and Generations: Women and Life Cycles. Women's History Review, 20(2),

Hughes, A. (2010) The 'non-criminal' class: wife-beating in Scotland (c. 1800-1949). Crime, History and Societies, 14(2), pp. 31-54.

Hughes, A. (2006) The economic and social effects of recession and depression on Greenock between the wars. International Journal of Maritime History, 18(1), pp. 281-306.

Hughes, A. (2005) Fragmented feminists? the influence of class and political identity in relations between the Glasgow and West of Scotland suffrage society and the independent labour party in the West of Scotland, c. 1919-1932. Women's History Review, 14(1), pp. 7-31. (doi: 10.1080/09612020500200418)

Hughes, A. (2004) Representations and counter-representations of domestic violence on Clydeside between the two world wars. Labour History Review (Special Issue on Working Class Masculinities), 69(2), pp. 169-184.

Hughes, A. (2002) Working class culture, family life and domestic violence on Clydeside, c1918-1939: a view from below. Scottish Tradition, 27, pp. 60-94.

Books

Hughes, A. (2010) Gender and Political Identities in Scotland, 1919-1939. Series: Scottish historical review monographs series (17). Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748639816

Book Sections

Hughes, A. and Wright, V. (2018) What did the rent strikers do next? Women and Housing struggles in Interwar Scotland. In: Gray, N. (ed.) Rent and its Discontents: A Century of Housing Struggle. Series: Transforming capitalism. Rowan & Littlefield International: London, pp. 17-32. ISBN 9781786605740

Hughes, A. (2011) Socialist women in the inter-war years. In: Davies, M. (ed.) Class and Gender in British Labour History, Renewing the Debate (or Starting It?),. Merlin Press. ISBN 9780850366686

Conference Proceedings

Hughes, A. (2008) Legal discourses of marital violence in late nineteenth and twentieth century Scotland. In: Seventh European Social Science History Conference, Lisbon, 26 February - 1 March 2008,

Hughes, A. (2005) The social and economic effects of recession and depression on a maritime town, Greenock between the wars. In: 20th International Congress of Historical Sciences, Sydney, July 2005,

Hughes, A. (2003) Representation and counter-representations of domestic violence in the west of Scotland between the two World Wars. In: Women's History Network, Aberdeen University, September 2003,

Hughes, A. (2003) The politics of play: domestic violence and male popular culture in the west of Scotland between the wars. In: Social History Conference, Leicester University, January 2003,

Hughes, A. (2002) Red skirts on Clydeside 1900-1936. In: European Social Science History Conference, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, 2002,

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Supervision

Supervision areas:

  • Gender in the twentieth century
  • Crime in the twentieth century, especially domestic violence
  • Family and family breakdown in the twentieth century
  • Twentieth century popular culture

Recent and current PhD students:

Recent

Fiona I. Skillen, 'When women look their worst': Women and sports participation in interwar Scotland’. ESRC 1 +3 funding, Completed 2008

Valerie Wright, 'Women's Organisations and Feminism in Interwar Scotland'. 2008 ESRC 1 +3 funding, Completed 2008

Oliver Stockman ‘Workers and Players: Constructing Masculinities in Industrial Scotland, c1930-c1950’, ESRC 1 +3 funding, Completed 2011.

Current

Andrea Thompson, ‘Marriage and marriage breakdown in late twentieth-century Scotland, 1970-present’. Carnegie Award, Commenced 2008.

Catriona MacDonald, ‘Industrial Relations in the Commercial Vehicle Sector in the 1960s and 1970s’ ESRC 1 +3 funding, Commenced 2009

Meagan Butler,. ‘Marriage and Marriage Breakdown in Scotland and New York, 1830-1880’. Self-Funded Commenced 2008

Matthew Winterbottom, ‘Experiences of Juvenile Delinquency in Scotland, c.1945 to 1980' ESRC 1 +3 funding, Commenced October 2010

Hayley Cross, 'Illegitimate consumption; counterfeit goods and the black market in Scotland, post-1945', ESRC 1 +3 funding. Commenced October 2011.

Teaching

Level 1

  • Economic & Social History 1A: Industrialisation and Social Change 1750-1919
  • Economic & Social History 1B: Economic and Social Change in Britain since 1914

Honours

  • Work and Play: Britain and the USA in the Twentieth Century
  • Popular Culture in Britain, 1850-c1930
  • Gender and Class in Britain c1850-1939
  • Researching Economic and Social History 1 and 2 

Postgraduate

  • Social Theory and Social History [MSc Social History]
  • Gender, Politics and Power [MLitt History/MSc Social History]
  • Research Resources and Skills for Historians

Other roles

  • Honours and Dissertation Co-ordinator
  • Erasmus Co-ordinator
  • Member College Ethics Committee

Additional information

Conference Papers

'The law and the wife-beater in Scotland 1850-1950', History of Crime - Historical Criminology, British Crime Historians Symposium 2, University of Sheffield, September 2010.

'Provocation, criminal liability and ‘diminished responsibility’ in Scottish cases of assault by a husband on a wife, c1850-1950', 21st International Congress of Historical Sciences, Amsterdam, August 2010.

'The 'Non-Criminal class': judicial, social work and media responses to wife-beating in Scotland, c1850-1950', Department of Economic and Social History Seminar Series, University of Glasgow, April 2010.

With Eleanor Gordon: 'Working-Class Family Structure in Scotland 1856-1939', Social History Society Annual Conference, March 2010

'Legal Discourses of Marital Violence in Late Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Scotland', European Social Science History Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, February 2008.

'The social and economic effects of recession and depression on a maritime town, Greenock between the wars', 20th International Congress of Historical Sciences, Sydney, July 2005.

'The Politics of Play: domestic violence and male popular culture in the west of Scotland between the wars', Social History Conference, Leicester University, January 2003.

'Representation and Counter-Representations of Domestic Violence in the west of Scotland between the Two World Wars' Women's History Network Aberdeen University, September 2003.

Red Skirts on Clydeside 1900-1936, European Social Science History Conference, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, 2002.

Invited Papers

'"Women ganged up on me, they had to." Scottish working-class women's responses to discrimination in work, politics, family and community', West of Scotland Historical Association, Lilybank House, University of Glasgow, 9th December 2010

With Eleanor Gordon, 'Working-class Family Structures in Scotland, circa 1881-1929, Scottish Society and the Parish', ESHSS and the Scottish Records Association, 24th November 2010.

'An Ambiguous Relationship?: Policing, Prosecuting and Censuring wife-beating in Scotland, c1870-1939', Scottish Institute for Policing Research, Crime and Policing: Past and Present, West Park Conference Centre, Dundee, May 2010

'Collective Memory, Dissonance and Reification: remembering domestic violence in Scotland between the wars', Scottish Oral History Centre, University of Strathclyde, March 2010

'Women's "splendid support"? Uncovering working-class women's contribution to the 1926 General Strike and the Miners' Lockout in Scotland', Class in Modern Britain A Symposium, Chancellors Conference Centre, University of Manchester, 10-11 July 2008

'Scottish Socialist women in the inter-war years', Gender and Class in British Labour History: Renewing The Debate, Working Lives Institute, The Women's Library, London Metropolitan University, July 2006.

Masculinity, femininity and Domestic Violence, Clydeside, c1900-1936, The diversity of legitimisation, A Valentine's Day School on Masculinity, Strathclyde Centre in Gender Studies, University of Strathclyde, 2002.

Public Engagement:

Consultant and interview: BBC Scotland ‘How to be a respectable Women’, 18December  2009

International Women’s Day Panellist, Red Skirts On Clydeside, Glasgow Film Theatre, 8March 2011.

Consultant and interview:  BBC Scotland’s ‘Unhappy Families’ series 13April 2011.