Jared Davidson is a historian, writer and archivist based in Wellington, New Zealand. His research explores those on the margins of the labour movement – anarchists, ‘Wobblies’, wartime resisters and workers against work – through social biography and history from below. He also writes about archives and issues of memory and access. In 2016 he was awarded the Michael Standish Prize for best archival essay, and was a recipient of the 2016 CLNZ/NZSA Open Research Grant for his forthcoming book on First World War censorship and dissent. Jared is a Committee member of the Labour History Project and designer of the LHP Bulletin.