Some of the best known academics in the field of Chartist studies (some of whom appear elsewhere on Chartist Ancestors) have contributed articles, including:
- An editorial on new directions in Chartist studies by Joan Allen and Owen R Ashton;
- French Revolution or Peasants Revolt? Petitioners and Rebels in England from the Blanketeers to the Chartists by Robert Poole;
- Hearts and Minds: The Politics of Everyday Life and Chartism, 1832-1840 by Robert G. Hall;
- “Songs for the Millions”: Chartist Music and Popular Aural Tradition by Kate Bowan and Paul A. Pickering;
- “Labour's Candidates”: Chartist Challenges at the Parliamentary Polls,1829-1860 by Malcolm Chase;
- Exclusive Dealing in the Chartist Movement by Peter Gurney; and
- Late Chartism in the Potteries,1848-1858 by Robert Fyson.