Items where Kingston Author is "Hawkins, Susan"
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Hawkins, Sue and Tanner, Andrea (2016) Food, glorious food : the functions of food in British children's hospitals, 1852-1914. Food and History, ISSN (print) 1780-3187 (In Press)
Hawkins, Sue (2016) 'I must remind you that the nurse is not the doctor ; that she never can be' : gender and hospital nursing in 19th and 20th century England. Historia Hospitalium, 30, ISSN (print) 0440-9043 (In Press)
Hawkins, Sue (2012) The Historic Hospital Admission Registers Project: a unique new online resource for historians of child health. Local population studies(89), pp. 82-90. ISSN (print) 0143-2974
Hawkins, Sue (2012) Whose story is it anyway? The challenges of conducting institutional histories. Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies, 10(1), pp. 44-53. ISSN (print) 2049-4572
Hawkins, Susan (2010) From maid to matron: nursing as a route to social advancement in nineteenth-century England. Women's history review, 19(1), pp. 125-143. ISSN (print) 0961-2025
Ritchie, Rae , Hawkins, Susan , Phillips, Nicola and Kleinberg, Jay, eds. (2015) Women in magazines: research, representation, production and consumption. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. 192p. (Routledge Research in Gender and History) ISBN 9781138824027 (In Press)
Hawkins, Susan (2010) Nursing and women's labour in the nineteenth century: the quest for independence. Oxford, U.K. : Routledge. 228p. ISBN 9780415551694
Hawkins, Sue and Tanner, Andrea (2013) Myth, marketing and medicine: Life in British children’s hospitals 1850-1914. In: Abreu, Laurinda and Sheard, Sally, (eds.) Hospital life: Theory and practice from the medieval to the modern. Bern, Switzerland : Peter Lang. pp. 209-236. ISBN 9783034308847
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Warren, Juliet [Creator] and Hawkins, Sue [Creator] (2015) V.A.D. Indexes Online: Personnel Records of First World War Volunteers.
Hawkins, Susan [Creator], Warren, Juliet [Creator], Tanner, Andrea [Creator] and Stuart, John [Director] (2007) The Historic Hospital Admission Records Project (HHARP).