Category Archives: Kevin O’Sullivan

Dr Kevin O’Sullivan is an IRCHSS CARA Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Birmingham and University College Dublin, where he is researching a history of humanitarian NGOs in Western Europe since the Second World War. His first monograph on ‘Ireland, Africa and the End of Empire’ will be published by Manchester University Press in 2012. You can browse his blog contributions below.

Feature: Anti-Apartheid Protest in Ireland

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This month sees the publication of Kevin O’Sullivan’s new book ‘Ireland, Africa and the End of Empire: Small State Identity in the Cold War, 1955-75’ with Manchester University Press. For our February feature, we have an exclusive extract on anti-apartheid protest … Continue reading

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Charity Begins at Home? Transnational Histories of Humanitarianism

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Kevin O’Sullivan, University of Birmingham & University College Dublin Comfortably ensconced in Oxford Brookes University for the recent VAHS New Researchers workshop on ‘transnational humanitarianism’, we began our morning’s discussion with Dickens. (We actually began with train journeys, delayed buses, … Continue reading

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