Hull House


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1860–1935, American social worker, b. Cedarville, Ill., grad. Rockford College, 1881. In 1889, with Ellen Gates Starr, she founded Hull House in Chicago, one of the first social settlements in the United States (see settlement house).
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She ran Hull House, a settlement house for poor immigrants in Chicago, and co-founded the American Civil Liberties Union.
When they returned to Chicago in 1889, they co-founded Hull House as a kindergarten and then a day nursery, an infancy care centre, and a centre for continuing education for adults.
It describes her childhood and education at Vassar College, her work at Hull House for immigrants' rights and welfare for the poor, her work as chief of the US Children's Bureau for child welfare, how she was the first woman appointed to the Illinois State Board of Charities, and her work in passing the Maternal and Infancy Act.
Con este objetivo, primero se realiza una aproximacion general al proceso de profesionalizacion del trabajo de las mujeres en Estados Unidos; luego se reconoce a una de las mujeres pioneras en la aplicacion de las ocupaciones como tratamiento medico en la Hull House, Julia Lathrop; para posteriormente destacar a dos importantes figuras en el desarrollo de la disciplina: Susan Tracy y Susan Cox Johnson.
The University of Illinois at Chicago, right next to Hull House, will be our host, July 27-30, 2017.
Nao sendo uma obra de caridade, mas um local onde praxis e acao se reuniam na libertacao dos mais oprimidos, a Hull House constituia-se como um lugar para desenvolver e explorar a interdependencia entre as classes.
Explicitly connecting the efforts of women like Alma White and Mary Tate to Jane Addams and Hull House, Pope-Levison argues that these women gathered converts, formed multiple churches into denominations, demanded financial support, required discipleship, and held close control over all aspects of the churches' organization.
She also edited an autobiographical volume written by her mother, Hilda Satt Polacheck, I Came a Stranger: The Story of a Hull House Girl (1979).
The Hull House opened in 1889 to aid Chicago immigrants.
Affiliated with the Jane Addams Hull House throughout her career, MacLean researched women's labor and examined industrial conditions for women.
She also edited I Came a Stranger: The Story of a Hull House Girl (1979), an autobiographical volume written by her mother, Hilda Satt Polacheck.
Frente a las visitas domiciliarias, frente a la diferenciacion entre buenos y malos pobres, frente al tratamiento adaptado a partir de los estudios de casos mediante actos de caridad y limosnas, Toynbee Hall y Hull House marcaron un camino diferente, un camino de prevencion de la pobreza, no de reparacion, pues fueron la prueba de que el objetivo no era tanto cambiar a los pobres, cuanto cambiar sus condiciones de vida, y por tanto aspirar a crear sobre solidas bases una sociedad diferente, una sociedad de semejantes.

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