Category Archives: Events

Preview: Seminar Programme

In this guest blog, our new Seminar Convenor, Michael Nelles, offers a preview of our upcoming autumn seminars. Our next seminar series is just around the corner, and the programme has shaped up to be quite a diverse one indeed.  … Continue reading

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Oral Histories of Voluntary Action: An Interdisciplinary Workshop

In this guest post, Bridget Lockyer, one of our New Researchers, introduces an upcoming event for the group: Oral Histories of Voluntary Action: An Interdisciplinary Workshop, in association with the University of York’s Humanities Research Centre. It’s been a few weeks … Continue reading

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#VAHS2013 in pictures

Do you have photos from the Voluntary Action History Society’s fifth international research conference, hosted by the University of Huddersfield in July 2013? If so, please email them to our blog editor at george.gosling@liverpool.ac.uk They might even be added to … Continue reading

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New Researchers at #VAHS2013

I hope that my positions on the New Researchers Committee and as co-publicity secretary for VAHS do not stop you from taking me seriously when I say how impressed I was with new researchers’ presence at #VAHS2013. My overriding impression was of … Continue reading

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#VAHS2013 conference online

Last week saw the University of Huddersfield hosting the Voluntary Action History Society’s fifth international research conference. Over the coming weeks we’ll have a series of blog posts commenting on the goings on and some of the fascinating subjects raised. … Continue reading

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