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Harker, B 2013, ''The trumpet of the night': Interwar communists on BBC radio' , History Workshop Journal, 75 , pp. 81-101.
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Callaghan, J and Harker, B, (eds.) 2011, British communism: a documentary history , Documents in Modern History , MUP, Manchester. (In Press)
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Harker, B 2011, '“Communism is English”: Edgell Rickword, Jack Lindsay and the cultural politics of the popular front' , Literature and History , 20 (2) , pp. 23-40.
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Harker, B 2010, '‘On different levels ourselves went forward’: pageantry, class politics and narrative form in Virginia Woolf’s late writing' , ELH: English Literary History . (In Press)
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Harker, B 2009, 'Class composition: John Axon, cultural debate and the British left' , Science & Society: A Journal of Marxist Thought and Analysis, 73 (3) , pp. 340-356.
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Harker, B 2009, 'Adapting to the conjuncture: Walter Greenwood, history and love on the dole' , Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism, 7 , pp. 55-73.
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Harker, B 2009, 'Mediating the 1930s: Documentary and politics in Theatre Union's "Last Edition" (1940)' , in: Get Real: Documentary Theatre Past and Present , Palgrave MacMillan, London, pp. 24-38.
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Harker, B 2007, Class act: the cultural and political life of Ewan MacColl , Pluto Press. Item not available from this repository.

Harker, B 2005, 'The Manchester rambler: Ewan MacColl and the 1932 mass trespass' , History Workshop Journal, 59 (1) , pp. 219-228. Item not available from this repository.

Harker, B 2005, '‘The Manchester Rambler’: Ewan MacColl and the 1932 Mass Trespass' , History Workshop Journal, 59 (1) .
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Harker, B 2002, 'Recording stories: realism and the reception of Robert Stone's Outerbridge Reach (1994)' , Arizona Quarterly, 58 (4) , pp. 107-131. Item not available from this repository.

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