Category Archives: Marie-Luise Ermisch

Marie-Luise Ermisch is a PhD student at McGill University in Canada researching British-based non-government organisations that worked internationally with children in the 1950s and 1960s. You can browse her blog contributions below.

Feature: New Research on Oxfam’s Operation Oasis

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Our July feature comes from Marie-Luise Ermisch of Canada’s McGill University, winner of the History Workshop Bursary to attend our international research conference this month. She writes on the topic of her conference paper: Oxfam’s Operation Oasis: Teaching British Youth about Global Poverty. … Continue reading

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Supporting New Researchers

The VAHS New Researchers is a sub-committee of the society and exists to provide networking opportunities and support for new researchers working on the history of charity, campaigning and civil society. These can include PhD students, post-doctoral researchers, junior lecturers … Continue reading

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