Session: History from below: the urban poor and the reception of medicine and charity in Western European cities

British contributory health schemes in the 20th century


Speaker:
Session: History from below: the urban poor and the reception of medicine and charity in Western European cities
Conference:

English cathedral charity and the welfare of the poor, 1540-1850


Choice and the children’s hospital: Great Ormond street hospital patients and their families, 1855-1900


Social networks in the care of lunatics in 17th century Zürich


Narratives of family distress in Britain in the second half of the 20th century


Unfit for association with paupers’. Mental health care and charity for the middling sort: Holloway Sanatorium 1885-1900


Joseph Townend and the Manchester infirmary: charity, religion, medicine and the Plebeian hospiral patient in the 1830s


The politics of voluntary health care in Middlesbrough, 1900-1948


Insignificant others': The Worcester pauper lunatic asylum from the perspective of its inmates, 1852-1870