Dr Graeme Milne MA, PhD, FRHistS, FHEA

Senior Lecturer in Modern History History

    Publications

    Selected Publications

    1. People, Place and Power on the Nineteenth-Century Waterfront: Sailortown (Book - 2016)
    2. North East England, 1850-1914: The dynamics of a maritime-industrial region (Book - 2006)
    3. Trade and traders in mid-Victorian Liverpool: Mercantile business and the making of a world port (Book - 2000)

    2017

    Collecting the sea shanty: British maritime identity and Atlantic musical cultures in the early twentieth century (Journal article)

    Milne, G. J. (2017). Collecting the sea shanty: British maritime identity and Atlantic musical cultures in the early twentieth century. International Journal of Maritime History, 29(2), 370-386. doi:10.1177/0843871417693997

    DOI: 10.1177/0843871417693997

    2016

    People, Place and Power on the Nineteenth-Century Waterfront: Sailortown (Book)

    Milne, G. J. (2016). People, Place and Power on the Nineteenth-Century Waterfront. Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-33159-1

    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-33159-1

    2014

    Memory and place on the Liverpool waterfront in the mid-twentieth century (Journal article)

    BALDERSTONE, L., MILNE, G. J., & MULHEARN, R. (2014). Memory and place on the Liverpool waterfront in the mid-twentieth century. Urban History, 41(3), 478-496. doi:10.1017/s0963926813000734

    DOI: 10.1017/s0963926813000734

    2011

    Maritime city, maritime culture? Representing Liverpool's waterfront districts since the mid-nineteenth century (Chapter)

    Milne, G. J. (2011). Maritime city, maritime culture? Representing Liverpool's waterfront districts since the mid-nineteenth century. In M. Benbough-Jackson, & S. Davies (Eds.), Merseyside: Culture and place (pp. 88-108). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

    2010

    Business Districts, Office Culture and the First Generation of Telephone Use in Britain (Journal article)

    Milne, G. J. (2010). Business Districts, Office Culture and the First Generation of Telephone Use in Britain. The International Journal for the History of Engineering & Technology, 80(2), 199-213. doi:10.1179/175812110x12714133353759

    DOI: 10.1179/175812110x12714133353759

    2009

    Institutions, Localism and Seaborne Epidemics on Late-Nineteenth-Century Tyneside (Journal article)

    Milne, G. J. (2009). Institutions, Localism and Seaborne Epidemics on Late-Nineteenth-Century Tyneside. Northern History, 46(2), 261-276. doi:10.1179/174587009x452332

    DOI: 10.1179/174587009x452332

    North East England Shipping in the 1890s: Investment and Entrepreneurship (Journal article)

    Milne, G. J. (2009). North East England Shipping in the 1890s: Investment and Entrepreneurship. International Journal of Maritime History, 21(1), 1-26. doi:10.1177/084387140902100102

    DOI: 10.1177/084387140902100102

    2008

    'Liverpool, Manchester and market power: The Ship Canal and the North West business landscape in the late nineteenth century' (Journal article)

    Milne, G. J. (2008). 'Liverpool, Manchester and market power: The Ship Canal and the North West business landscape in the late nineteenth century'. Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire & Cheshire, 157, 125-148.

    'North of England shipowners and their business connections in the nineteenth century' (Chapter)

    Milne, G. J. (2008). 'North of England shipowners and their business connections in the nineteenth century'. In L. R. Fischer, & E. Lange (Eds.), International merchant shipping in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: The comparative dimension (pp. 143-164). St John's: IMEHA.

    2007

    'Business regionalism: Defining and owning the industrial North East, 1850-1914' (Chapter)

    Milne, G. J. (2007). 'Business regionalism: Defining and owning the industrial North East, 1850-1914'. In A. J. Pollard, & A. G. Green (Eds.), Regional identities in North-East England (pp. 113-132). Woodbridge: Boydell Press.

    British business and the telephone, 1878–1911 (Journal article)

    Milne, G. J. (2007). British business and the telephone, 1878–1911. Business History, 49(2), 163-185. doi:10.1080/00076790601170280

    DOI: 10.1080/00076790601170280

    2006

    'Maritime Liverpool' (Chapter)

    Milne, G. J. (2006). 'Maritime Liverpool'. In J. Belchem (Ed.), Liverpool 800: Culture, character and history (pp. 257-309). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

    North East England, 1850-1914: The dynamics of a maritime-industrial region (Book)

    Milne, G. J. (2006). North East England, 1850-1914: The dynamics of a maritime-industrial region. Woodbridge: Boydell Press. Retrieved from https://boydellandbrewer.com/north-east-england-1850-1914-hb.html

    2004

    'Port-city regions in context: The North East of England and Europe's northern seas in the late 19th century' (Chapter)

    Milne, G. J. (2004). 'Port-city regions in context: The North East of England and Europe's northern seas in the late 19th century'. In M. Beerbühl Schulte, & J. Vögele (Eds.), Spinning the commercial web: International trade, merchants and commercial cities 1640-1939 (pp. 275-291). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

    2002

    'Knowledge, communications and the information order in Victorian Liverpool' (Journal article)

    Milne, G. J. (2002). 'Knowledge, communications and the information order in Victorian Liverpool'. International Journal of Maritime History, 14(1), 209-224.

    2000

    Trade and traders in mid-Victorian Liverpool: Mercantile business and the making of a world port (Book)

    Milne, G. J. (2000). Trade and traders in mid-Victorian Liverpool: Mercantile business and the making of a world port. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. Retrieved from http://liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/products/61042

    1999

    'Port politics: Interest, faction and port management in mid-Victorian Liverpool (Chapter)

    Milne, G. J. (1999). 'Port politics: Interest, faction and port management in mid-Victorian Liverpool. In L. R. Fischer, & A. Jarvis (Eds.), Harbours and havens (pp. 35-62). St John's Newfoundland: IMEHA.

    'Specialised port infrastructure on trial: Liverpool's Albert Dock in the mid-19th century' (Chapter)

    Milne, G. J., & Tonks, G. (1999). 'Specialised port infrastructure on trial: Liverpool's Albert Dock in the mid-19th century'. In A. Jarvis, & K. Smith (Eds.), Albert Dock: Trade and technology (pp. 97-106). Liverpool: NMGM.

    1998

    The Gloucester Coastal Port Books, 1575-1765 (Book)

    Cox, N., Hussey, D., & Milne, G. J. (Eds.) (1998). The Gloucester Coastal Port Books, 1575-1765. Marlborough. Edited primary source on CD-ROM with accompanying booklet.: Adam Matthew Publications.