Gilliland, A., Flinn, A. (2013) ‘Community Archives: What are we really talking about?’, Keynote address, Nexus, Confluence, and Difference: Community Archives meets Community Informatics: Prato CIRN Conference Oct 28-30 2013, Editors: Larry Stillman, Amalia Sabiescu, Nemanja Memarovic, Centre for Community Networking Research, Centre for Social Informatics, Monash University. ISBN 978-0-9874652-1-4 Available here
Flinn, A., Sexton, A., (2013) ‘Research on community heritage: moving from collaborative research to participatory and co-designed research practice’, Nexus, Confluence, and Difference: Community Archives meets Community Informatics: Prato CIRN Conference Oct 28-30 2013, Editors: Larry Stillman, Amalia Sabiescu, Nemanja Memarovic, Centre for Community Networking Research, Centre for Social Informatics, Monash University. ISBN 978-0-9874652-1-4 Available here
Flinn, A., (2013) ‘Sharing memories, competing narratives. Online archival heritage and the articulation of individual, community and national identities’, Keynote address in Differentes Olhares Sobre Os Arquivos Online: Digitalizacao, Memoria e Acesso (Different Views of Online Archives: Digitisation, Memory and Access) edited by Lucia Maria Velloso de Oliveira & Maria Celina Soaries de Mello e Silva. Rio de Janeiro, Associacao dos Arquivistas (AAB) ISBN 978-85-85800-10-9
Duff, W., Flinn, A., Suurtamm, K. E., Wallace, D. (2013), ‘Social justice impact of archives: a preliminary investigation’, Archival Science 13 (4): 317-348 doi: 10.1007/s10502-012-9198-x (First published online January 2013)
Nyhan, J., Flinn, A., Welsh, A. (2013) ‘Oral History and the hidden histories project: towards a history of computing in the Humanities’. Literary and Linguistic Computing: the journal of digital scholarship in the humanities. doi: 10.1093/llc/fqt044
Flinn, A with R. Perks. (2013) 'Curation or Creation? Archivists and Oral History', Oral History Spring 41-1, 113-119
Cohen, G., Mates, L., Flinn, A. (2012), ‘Capture-Recapture Methods and Party Activism in Britain’. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 43(2): 247-274.
Flinn,A. (2012) ‘Archives and their communities: Collecting histories, challenging heritage’, Memory, Narrative and Histories: Critical Debates, New Trajectories edited by Graham Dawson, Working Papers on Memory, Narrative and Histories, no. 1, University of Brighton
Flinn,A. (2012) Review: I, Digital: Personal collections in the Digital Age, edited by Cal Lee, Records Management Journal 22:3
Nyhan, J., Flinn, A., Welsh, A. (2012) Introduction. Digital Humanities Quarterly 6:3.
Flinn, A. (2011), ‘Archival activism. Independent and community-led archives, radical public history and the heritage professions’, InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies Volume 7, Issue 2 Available here
Stevens, M., Flinn, A., Shepherd, E. (2011) 'New frameworks for community engagement in the archive sector: from handing over to handing on', Heritage and Community Engagement. Collaboration or Contestation edited by Emma Waterton and Steve Watson, Abingdon:Routledge
Flinn, A. (2011) ‘The impact of independent and community archives on professional archival thinking and practice.’ Hill,J. (ed) The Future of Archives and Recordkeeping, London: Facet Publishing
Flinn,A., Shepherd, E. (2011), Guest Editors Special Edition, Archives, Records and Identities – Questions of Trust, Archival Science 11 3-4
Flinn, A., Shepherd, E. (2011) ‘Questions of trust (and distrust)’. Archival Science 11 (3-4) 169-174
Shepherd, E., Stevenson, A., and Flinn, A. (2011) ‘Records management in English local government: The effect of freedom of information’. Records Management Journal, 21 (2)
Shepherd, E., Flinn, A., Stevenson, A. (2011) ‘Freedom of Information and records management in local government: help or hindrance?’ Information Polity: the International Journal of Governance and Democracy in the Information Age
Flinn, A. (2010). '"An attack on professionalism and scholarship"?: Democratising Archives and the Production of Knowledge.' Ariadne 62 Available here
Stevens, M., Flinn, A., Shepherd, E. (2010) 'New frameworks for community engagement in the archive sector: from handing over to handing on.' International Journal of Heritage Studies Volume 16 Issues 1 & 2, 59-76 DOI: 10.1080/13527250903441770 Eprint available for download (limited)
Flinn, A. (2010). 'Independent Community Archives and Community-Generated Content. Writing and Saving our Histories.' Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 16 (1), 39-51 DOI 10.1177/1354856509347707
Flinn, A. (2008, published 2010) ‘Migrations, disputed heritages and multicultured identities: archives in post-colonial societies’ Archives and Manuscripts 36 (2), 54-75
Flinn, A. (2008, published 2010). 'Archives and their communities: serving the people', COMMA 2008-1, 157-168
Sayeau, M., Flinn, A & Furlong, G. Orwell Online podcast. Available here
Tubb, K., Cain, J., Fend, M, Flinn, A. Cultural property – an ethical resource for study and enjoyment', UCL Podcasts. Available here
Flinn, A., Pick, G. (2009). ‘Diversifying and democratising archive collections – an agenda for transformation’, in the Mayor’s Commission on African and Asian Heritage, Embedding Shared Heritage: The Heritage Diversity Task Force Report, London: GLA
Flinn, A., Stevens, M. (2009). '“It is noh mistri, wi mekin histri” . Telling Our Own Story: Independent and Community Archives in the United Kingdom, Challenging and Subverting the Mainstream.' Bastian, J. & Alexander, B. (eds.) Community Archives. The shaping of memory. London: Facet Publishing. ISBN 978-1-85604-639-8
Flinn, A., Stevens, M., Shepherd, E. (2009). 'Whose memories, whose archives? Independent community archives, autonomy and the mainstream.' Archival Science 9(1-2), 71-86 DOI 10.1007/s10502-009-9105-2
Shepherd, E., Stevenson, A., Flinn, A. (2009) 'The Impact of Freedom of Information on Records Management Use in Local Government: A Literature Review.' Journal of the Society of Archivists 30(2), 227-248.
Flinn, A. (2009). '"Mothers for Peace", co-operation, feminism and peace: the Women's Co-operative Guild and the anti-war movement between the wars' Chapter 9 in Black, L. & Robertson, N. (eds.) Taking Stock: Consumerism and the Co-operative movement in modern British history. Manchester: MUP, 138-154. ISBN: 9780719076848
Flinn, A., Jones, H. (2009). 'The Freedom of Information Act in practice: the historian's perspective', Chapter 3 in Flinn, A. & Jones, H. (eds.), Freedom of Information. Open Access, Empty Archives? London: Routledge 33-53. ISBN: 9781857434200
Flinn, A., Jones, H. (eds.) (2009), Freedom of Information. Open Access, Empty Archives? London: Routledge. ISBN: 9781857434200
Flinn,A. (2008). 'Other Ways of Thinking, Other Ways of Being. Documenting the Margins and the Transitory: What to Preserve, How to Collect' Chapter 6 in Craven,L (ed.) What are Archives? Cultural and Theoretical Perspectives. Aldershot: Ashgate, 109-128. ISBN: 9780754673101
Cohen, G., Flinn, A. D., Morgan, K. (2008). 'Towards a Mixed Method Social History: Combining Quantatitve and Qualitative Methods in the Study of Collective Biography'. In Keats-Rohan, K. B. S. (Ed.). A Guide to Prosopography. Oxford
Morgan,K., Cohen,G., Flinn,A. (2007), Communists and British Society 1920-1991,London: Rivers Oram Press. ISBN: 1854891448. 356pp.
Cohen, G., Flinn, A., Mates, L. (2007)'Political Culture and the Post-War Labour Party. Values, practices and activism in the South Lewisham Labour Party, 1948-1971', Socialist History 32, 59-83
Flinn,A., Cross,R. (2006). ‘Studying Political Activism: Biographical Approaches to the Writing of Party Histories’ Science and Society 70(1), 11-21
Flinn, A., Cohen, G. (2006). 'The Abyssinia Crisis, British Labour and the Fracturing of the Anti-War Movement', Socialist History 28, 37-59
Flinn, A. (2006). Freedom of Information Handbook, edited by Peter Carey and Marcus Turle. Open Government: a journal of freedom of information 2(1)
Flinn, A. (2006). The Struggle for Labour’s Soul: Understanding Labour’s political thought since 1945, edited by Raymond Plant, Matt Beech & Kevin Hickson and New Labour, Old Labour: The Wilson and Callaghan Governments, 1974-79, edited by Anthony Seldon and Kevin Hickson. Labour History Review 71(3)
Flinn,A. (2005). ‘Labour’s family: trade union branches, local Labour parties and trade councils in inter-war Lancashire’ in Worley,M. (ed.) Labour’s Grassroots: Members, Activists and the Labour Party, 1918-45. Aldershot: Ashgate, 102-123. ISBN: 0754640078
Flinn,A., Cohen,G. (2005). ‘Locating the typical British Communist’ in Morgan, K., Cohen, G., Flinn, A. (ed.) Agents of the Revolution: new biographical approaches to the history of the Comintern. Oxford: Peter Lang. ISBN: 3039100750
Flinn,A., Cohen,G., Mates, Lewis (2005). 'National politicians and local political parties: Herbert Morrison and the South Lewisham Labour Party' Lewisham History Journal 13, 29-60
Flinn,A., Morgan,K., Cohen,G. (2005), Agents of the Revolution: new biographical approaches to the history of the Comintern Oxford: Peter Lang
Flinn, A. D., Cohen, G. (2005). ‘The Abyssinian Crisis, British Labour and the fracturing of the anti-war movement’. Socialist History (28), 37-59
Flinn,A., Woolmore,E. (2004). ‘Describing Manchester’s Archives. Collection level descriptions and the Greater Manchester Past Finder Project’ Journal of the Society of Archivists 25(1), 51-62. ISSN: 0037-9816
Flinn, A., Morgan, K. (2003). ‘George Hardy’. In Gildart, K., Howell, D., Kirk, N. (Eds.). Dictionary of Labour Biography, Volume X1 (pp.98-109). Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Flinn, A. (2003). Faking Real Existing Socialism: some thoughts on Good Bye Lenin! Communist History Network Newsletter (15) Manchester
Flinn,A. (2002). ‘Cypriot, Indian and West Indian Branches of the CPGB, 1945-1970. An experiment in self-organisation?’ Socialist History (21), 47-66
Flinn,A. (2001). ‘William Rust: Comintern’s blue eyed boy?’ in Morgan,K., McIlroy,J., Campbell,A. (ed.) Party People – Communist Lives, Explorations in Biography Party People – Communist Lives, Explorations in Biography. London: Lawrence and Wishart. ISBN: 085315936X
The department is very saddened to hear of the sudden death of Iain Stevenson,
Professor Emeritus in Publishing. Iain was a member of DIS for nearly ten
years and made an enormous contribution to UCL, leading the successful
development of both the Centre for Publishing and the MA in Publishing.
Although he formally retired in 2015, he continued to work with, support and
inspire colleagues and students in his Emeritus role, and he will be
sorely missed. Our thoughts and condolences go to his family and to his many
friends in the publishing community and beyond.