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Bulletin of SWHN

Bulletin of the Social Work History Network

VOLUME 7 ISSUE 1

front cover -aArticles in the December 2020 issue

Settlements and social reform (Bamford)

Social workers and registration (Burt)

Teaching social work history (Scourfield)

History of social work research (Shaw)

Book reviews (Malies, Lyons, Tunstill)

Residential care for older people (Burt)

Published 3 December 2020

 

 


VOLUME 6 ISSUE 1

Bulletin SWHN 6(1)Articles in the June 2019 issue

NHS and Community Care Act 1990 (Timmins)

Hamlet without the Prince? (Beresford)

Looking back, looking forward (Croft)

Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 (Hiddleston)

Ministry of Health (Manthorpe et al.)

Neoliberalism (Rogowski)

Joyce Rimmer (Burt)

Published 12 June 2019

 

VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1

Bulletin of the SWHN 2018 5-1Articles in the May 2018 issue

History of settlements (Vicary et al.)

Education and training (Robb)

Education and regulation (Thoburn)

Service user involvement (Beresford)

Marianne Mason (Bilton)

Clement Attlee (Slasberg)

Elizabeth Macadam (Burt)

Published 9 May 2018.

 

 


VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1

Bulletin of the SWHN 2017 vol4 iss1Articles in the July 2017 issue

National Association of Probation Officers (Bilton)

On social work history (Vicary)

Women's mental health activism (Copperman)

Clement Attlee and the social service idea (Dickens)

Book review: The Social Workers' Guide (Burt)

 

 

VOLUME 3 ISSUE 2

Bulletin SWHN 2016 3(2) aArticles in the December 2016 issue

At the Museum of Health and Social Work (Burt)

Children Act 1989 (Thoburn & Tunstill)

Bob Holman (Bilton)

Attlee, Toynbee Hall (Geoghegan)

BJSW (Shaw)

World War I (Burnham)

Book review: Social work and received ideas (Matthews)

 

 

VOLUME 3 ISSUE 1

Bulletin of the SWHN 2016 3(1)-fp

Articles in the June 2016 issue

CPAG and social work: reflections on a critical friendship (Jane Tunstill)

A century of child care law – 1889 to 1989 (Keith Bilton)

Social work practice: historic lessons from Serious Case Reviews (Jess Wagner)

Edith Emily Mudd (1863-1941) – Pioneer Almoner (Andrew Sackville)

Book review (Dave Burnham)

 

 

VOLUME 2 ISSUE 2

Bulletin of the SWHN 2015 2-2Articles in the October 2015 issue

Britain's child migrants (Mike Burt)

Social Work History and Research (Gal & Köngeter)

Women & girls in WW1 (Viv Cree)

Tilda Goldberg (Chris Hemsley)

IFSW Archives (Robertson & Hall)

History from below (Mike Stein)

Rupert Hughes (Terry Philpot)

Book review (Dave Burnham)

 


VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1

Bulletin-of-the-SWHN-2(1)-Feb-2015-fpArticles in the February 2015 issue

Olive Stevenson (June Thoburn)

On writing social work history (Terry Bamford)

A Canadian encounter (Geraldine Poirier Baiani & Joan Rapaport)

Three studies from the archives (Mary Baginsky)

Brief encounters (Malcolm Carey)

Sybil Clement Brown (Jo Moriarty)

Book review (Dave Burnham)

 


VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1

BulletinSWHNVol1Iss1Aug2014 Articles in the August 2014 issue

Revisiting adult safeguarding cases: challenges and lessons (Peter Simcock)

Understanding the why and how of the development of social work in Britain, Australia and the U.S.A. (Jane Miller)

Care arrangements: Who cares? Who pays? (Keith Bilton)

The WISEArchive Cohen Interviews: conversations with social work pioneers (Katie Graham)

Book review (Dave Burnham)

 

 

Bulletin of the Social Work History Network appears about twice a year and features original articles together with news and reports of Network meetings. The editor is Sarah Vicary.

The Bulletin is an e-journal (ISSN 2056-8029): it is published on these pages and sent by email to those on the mailing list.

Please get in touch if you would like to submit an article or other item for publication.

 

If you have an item for inclusion in the next issue, please get in touch with the editor: sarah.vicary@open.ac.uk

 

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