Samuel S. Hyde, Political Cartooning and the British Left: An International History (forthcoming Routledge Studies in Cultural History).


Samuel S. Hyde,”These Apish Tricks’: Newspaper Cartooning & the Struggle for the Labour Party, 1900-1914.’, Labour History Review, 85, 2, (2020).

Samuel S. Hyde, “The Vicious Circle’: Communist Cartooning, Internationalism & Print Culture, c.1917-1925′, Twentieth Century Communism, Issue 12: Communism and the written word (2017).

Samuel S. Hyde, ‘Please, Sir, he called me “Jimmy!” Political Cartooning before the Law: ‘Black Friday’, J.H. Thomas, and the Communist libel trial of 1921′, Contemporary British History, 25, 4 (2011).


Samuel S. Hyde, review of V. Gatrell, ‘City of Laughter: Sex and Satire in Eighteenth-Century London’, London, 2007, Urban History, 35, 2 (2008).

Helen Langley, Elizabeth Turner, and Samuel S. Hyde, ‘Archives: Bodleian Library, University of Oxford’, Journal of Liberal History, 83 (2003).


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