Practitioners' workshops resources
'Ethnic Minority Families'
R. Ballard (ed.), Desh Pardesh: the South Asian Presence in Britain (1994).
K. Burrell and P. Panayi, Histories and Memories: Migrants and Their History in Britain (2006).
M. Collins, ‘Pride and Prejudice: West Indian Men in Mid-Twentieth-Century Britain’, Journal of British Studies 40 (2001) 391-418.
S. Fielding, Class and Ethnicity: Irish Catholics in England 1880–1939 (1993).
J. Herbert, Negotiating Boundaries in the City: Migration, Ethnicity, and Gender in Britain (2008).
L.V. Marks, Model Mothers. Jewish Mothers and Maternity Provision in East London 1870–1939 (1994).
P. Panayi, Immigration, Ethnicity and Racism in Britain, 1815–1945 (1994).
B. Parekh, The Future of Multi-cultural Britain (2000).
T. Reynolds, ‘Family and Community Networks in the Re-Making of Ethnic Identity of Caribbean Young People in Britain’, Journal of Community, Work and Family 9 (2006) 273-290.
A. Shaw, Kinship and Continuity: Pakistani Families in Britain (1988).
B. Tizard and A. Phoenix, Black, White or Mixed Race: Race and Racism in the Lives of Young People of Mixed Parentage? (1993).
W. Webster, Imagining Home: Gender, ‘Race’ and National Identity (1998).
'Engaging with Fathers'
J. Brannen and A. Nilsen, ‘From Fatherhood to Fathering: Transmission and Change Among British Fathers in Four-generation Families’, Sociology 40 (2006) 335-352.
T.L. Broughton and H. Rogers, Gender and Fatherhood in the Nineteenth Century (2007).
T. Fisher, ‘Fatherhood and the British Fathercraft Movement, 1919-39’, Gender and History 17 (2005) 441-462.
M. Francis, ‘The Domestication of the Male? Recent Research on Nineteenth and Twentieth-century British Masculinity’, The Historical Journal 45 (2002) 637-652.
J.R. Gillis, ‘Marginalization of fatherhood in Western countries’, Childhood 7 (2000) 225-238.
E. Gordon and G. Nair, ‘Domestic Fathers and the Victorian Parental Role’, Women’s History Review 15 (2006) 551-559.
L. King, Family Men: Fatherhood and Masculinity in Britain, c.1914-60 (2015).
F. Mort, ‘Social and Symbolic Fathers and Sons in Postwar Britain’, The Journal of British Studies 38 (1999) 353-384.
M. Roper and J. Tosh, (eds.), Manful Assertions (1991).
C. Smart, ‘The Ethic of Justice Strikes Back: Changing Narratives of Fatherhood’, in A Diduck, and K O’Donovan (eds), Feminist Perspectives in Family Law (2006).
J.-M. Strange. Fatherhood and the British Working Class 1865-1914 (2015).
J. Tosh, A Man’s Place, Masculinity and the Middle-Class Home in Victorian England (1999).
P. Baldock, Developing Early Childhood Services: Past, Present and Future (2011).
A. Davis, Pre-school Childcare in England, 1939–2010. Theory, Practice and Experience (2015).
H. Hendrick, Child Welfare: Historical Dimensions, Contemporary Debate (2003).
K. Holden, Nanny Knows Best: The History of the British Nanny (2013).
A. Mooney and J. Statham (eds), Family Day Care: International Perspectives on Policy, Practice and Quality (2003).
A. Palmer, ‘Nursery schools for the few or the many? Childhood, education and the State in mid‐twentieth‐century England’, Paedagogica Historica 47 (2011) 139–154.
V. Randall, The Politics of Child Daycare in Britain (2000).
D. Riley, War in the Nursery: Theories of Child and Mother (1983).
M. Shapira, The War Inside: Psychoanalysis, Total War, and the Making of the Democratic Self in Postwar Britain (2013).
M. Thomson, Lost Freedom: The Landscape of the Child and the British Post-War Settlement (2013).
L. Tisdall, ''That was what life in Bridgeburn had made her’: reading the autobiographies of children in institutional care in England, 1918-1946', Twentieth Century British History 24 (2013) 351-375.
N. Whitbread, The Evolution of the Nursery-Infant School: A History of Infant and Nursery Education in Britain, 1800–1970 (1972).