Midwinter, Eric (Clare)
MIDWINTER, Eric (Clare)
MIDWINTER, Eric (Clare). British, b. 1932. Genres: Education, Gerontology/Senior issues, History, Sports/Fitness, Biography. Career: Advisory Centre for Education, Cambridge, Co-Director. Home Office Community Development Projects, Educational Consultant. Teacher, lectr., and deputy principal in colls. in Manchester, Newcastle, and Liverpool, 1956-68; Director of the Liverpool Educational Priority Area Project, 1968-72; Centre for Urban Community Education, Liverpool, Director of Priority, 1972-75; National Consumer Council, London, Head of the Public Affairs Unit, 1975- 80; Centre for Policy on Ageing, London, Director, 1980-91; Community Education Development Centre, Chair, 1994-2000; University of Exeter, Professor of Education, 1993-. Publications: Victorian Social Reform, 1968; Social Administration in Lancashire 1830-1860, 1969; 19th Century Education, 1970; Old Liverpool, 1971; Projections: An Education Priority Project at Work, 1972; Social Environment and the Urban School, 1972; Priority Education, 1972; Patterns of Community Education, 1973; Education and the Community, 1975; Education for Sale, 1977; Make 'em Laugh, 1978; Schools in Society, 1980; W.G. Grace: His Life and Times, 1981; Age Is Opportunity, 1982; Mutual Aid Universities, 1984; The Wage of Retirement, 1985; Fair Game, 1986; Caring for Cash, 1986; Polls Apart, 1987; Retired Leisure, 1987; The Lost Seasons, 1987; New Design for Old, 1988; Red Roses Crest the Caps, 1989; Creating Chances, 1990; The Old Order, 1990; Out of Focus, 1991; Brylcreem Summer, 1991; Illustrated History of Country Cricket, 1992; Lifelines, 1993; First Knock, 1994; The Development of Social Welfare in Britain, 1994; Darling Old Oval, 1995; State Educator: The Life and Enduring Importance of W.E. Forster, 1996; Pensioned Off, 1997; The Billy Bunter Syndrome, 1998; Yesterdays: The Way We Were, 1998; From Meadowland to Multinational, 1999; Yesterdays: Our Finest Hours, 2001; Quill on Willow: Cricket in Literature, 2001; As One Stage Door Closes…The John Wade Story, 2002; Novel Approaches: A Guide to the Popular Classic Novel, 2003.