Ann Oakley on Richard Titmuss’s life and work

(1991) Eugenics, social medicine and the career of Richard Titmuss in Britain 1935-50. British Journal of Sociology 42 (2): 165-194.

(1996) Man and Wife: Richard and Kay Titmuss, my parents' early years. London: HarperCollins.

(1997) Making medicine social: the case of two dogs with bent legs. In: Porter D (ed.) Social Medicine and Medical Sociology in the Twentieth century. Amsterdam: Rodopi, Wellcome Institute Seminars on the History of Medicine, pp. 81-96.

Oakley A, Ashton J (eds) (1997) The Gift Relationship: From human blood to social policy. By Richard M Titmuss. London: LSE Books. (New York: The New Press.)

Alcock P, Glennerster H, Oakley A, Sinfield A (eds) (2001) Welfare and Wellbeing: Richard Titmuss’s contribution to social policy. Bristol: Policy Press.

(2004) Oakley A, Barker J (eds) Private Complaints and Public Health: Richard Titmuss on the National Health Service. Bristol: Policy Press.

(2011) Blood: gift or commodity? Open Democracy website.

 

(2014) Oakley A. Father and Daughter: Patriarchy, Gender and Social Science. Bristol: Policy Press.

 

See also:-
The London School of Economics website.
The CommunityCare website Social work's most influential thinkers.

On October 26 2011 English Heritage placed a blue plaque in memory of Richard Titmuss on Ann Oakley’s childhood home in Acton. See the English Heritage website.






Ann Oakley with four of her grandchildren - Sylvie, Tabitha, Adrienne and Reuben - at the Richard Titmuss blue plaque unveiling.