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Weinbren, Daniel (2019). 'To Support Active Empirical Research at the Grassroots': The Family and Community Historical Research Society. Family and Community History, 22(1) pp. 4–21. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Weinbren, Daniel (2017). Prisoner students: building bridges, breaching walls. In: Burkett, Jodi ed. Universities and Students in Twentieth Century Britain and Ireland. Palgrave Macmillan, (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download


Weinbren, Daniel (2014). The Open University: A History. Manchester: Manchester University Press. file


Weinbren, Daniel (2012). Mutual aid and the Big Society. In: Ishkanian, Armine and Szreter, Simon eds. The Big Society Debate: a New Agenda for Social Welfare? Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, pp. 61–70.

Weinbren, Daniel (2012). ‘Filled with good social democrats’: the Open University and the development of the knowledge economy, 1969–1989. Journal of the World Universities Forum, 5 restricted access item, not available for direct download


Weinbren, Daniel (2011). “Organisations for brotherly aid in misfortune”: Beveridge and the friendly societies. In: Oppenheimer, Melanie and Deakin, Nicholas eds. Beveridge and voluntary action in Britain and the wider British world. Manchester, U.K.: Manchester University Press, pp. 51–65. file


Weinbren, Daniel (2010). The Oddfellows, 1810-2010: Two Hundred Years of Making Friends and Helping People. Lancaster: Carnegie.

Ferguson, Rebecca; Harrison, Rodney and Weinbren, Daniel (2010). Heritage and the recent and contemporary past. In: Benton, Tim ed. Understanding Heritage and Memory. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, pp. 277–315. file

Weinbren, Daniel (2010). The fraternity of female friendly societies. In: Cross, Máire Fedelma ed. Gender and Fraternal Orders in Europe, 1300-2000. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 200–222. file

Weinbren, Daniel (2010). Seven hundred years of fraternal orders. In: Cross, Máire Fedelma ed. Gender and Fraternal Orders in Europe, 1300-2000. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1–29. file


Weinbren, Daniel (2007). Supporting self-help: charity, mutuality and reciprocity in nineteenth-century Britain. In: Bridgen, Paul and Bernard, Harris eds. Charity and Mutual Aid in Europe and North America Since 1800. Routledge Studies in Modern History. Routledge, pp. 67–88. file


Weinbren, Daniel (2006). The Good Samaritan, Friendly Societies and the gift economy. Social History, 31(3) pp. 319–336.

Weinbren, Daniel (2006). Beneath the all-seeing eye: fraternal order and friendly societies' banners in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Britain. Cultural and Social History, 3(2) pp. 167–191.


Weinbren, Dan and James, Bob (2005). Getting a grip: the roles of friendly societies in Australia and Britain reappraised. Labor History, 88(2) pp. 87–104.

Weinbren, Daniel (2005). Sociable capital: London's Labour parties, 1918–45. In: Worley, Matthew ed. Labour's grass roots: essays on the activities of local Labour Parties and members 1918-45. Studies in labour history. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 194–211. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Weinbren, Dan (2002). 'Imagined families': research on Friendly Societies. Mitteilungsblatt des Instituts für die Geschichte der sozialen Bewegungen (Labour and Social History in Great Britain: Historiographical Reviews and Agendas, 1990 to the Present), 27 pp. 117–136. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Weinbren, Dan (1999). Relative value: the financing of families. Family & Community History, 2(1) pp. 59–71.


Weinbren, Dan (1998). 'From gun carriage to railway carriage': the fight for peace work at the Woolwich Arsenal 1919-22. Labour History Review, 63(3) pp. 277–297.

Weinbren, Daniel (1998). New Labour, new history? Labour History Review, 63(2) pp. 197–201.

Weinbren, Dan (1998). Building communities, constructing identities: the rise of the Labour Party in London. The London Journal, 23(1) pp. 41–60.

Weinbren, Daniel (1998). Hendon Labour Party 1924-1992: A Brief Introduction to the Microfilm Edition. British politics, religion & history post-1500 (266). East Ardsley, Wakefield, West Yorkshire: Microform Academic Publishers.


Weinbren, Daniel (1997). Generating socialism: recollections of life in the Labour Party. Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton Publishing Limited.


Weinbren, Dan (1996). Labour's roots and branches. Oral History, 24(1) pp. 29–38.

Putnam, Tim and Weinbren, Dan (1996). The Royal Small Arms Factory and industrial Enfield, 1855-1914. The London Journal, 21(1) pp. 46–63.


Weinbren, Dan (1994). Labour representation in Woolwich. Labour History Review, 59(3) pp. 17–19.

Weinbren, Dan (1994). 'Against all cruelty', the Humanitarian League 1891-1919. History Workshop Journal, 38(1) pp. 86–105.


Putnam, Tim and Weinbren, Dan (1992). A short history of the Royal Small Arms Factory Enfield. London: Centre for Applied Historical Studies Middlesex University.

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