'Eileen Younghusband and the Carnegie Course at the LSE', 1955-1982
Series of papers compiled during the the 1970s and 1980s, looking back at the "Carnegie Experiment" - the first course in applied social studies or generic social work, funded by the Carnegie Trust and taught at the London School of Economics between 1954/5-1957/8.
Includes: lists of "dramatis personae"; reports on 'The careers, recollections and attitudes of former students' by Eric Sainsbury, 1976; notes by Eileen Younghusband on the course on problems of health and disease, 1972; copy letter by Reg Wright re draft chapter, 14 Jul 1976; photocopy of article by G. Stewart Prince on 'The teaching of mental health in schools of social work', undated; 'Some basic concepts of social casework', FSU occasional paper no.1 by Kate Lewis, 1955; reports on responses to a questionnaire sent to former students, 1972; 'Notes on lectures given by Kate Tebbutt (nee Lewis) to Carnegie Course students between 1954-1959', with earlier drafts, 1974-1975.
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