Seminars

The Voluntary Action History Seminar is part of the programme at the Institute of Historical Research, held in Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU.

NOTE: DUE TO THE ONGOING BOYCOTT OF SENATE HOUSE, THE SEMINAR SERIES HAS TEMPORARILY RELOCATED. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR LOCATION INFORMATION.

Everyone is welcome to join us after each seminar for a glass of wine!

Coming up:

Monday 04 November 2019
6:00pm, location to be confirmed
Justin Davis Smith, Cass Business School
Writing the perils of the NCVO – the pros and perils of an insider perspective

Monday 18 November 2019
6:00pm, location to be confirmed
Ellie Munro, University of Birmingham
Social work and voluntary action: the Seebohm Committee Report 50(ish) years on

Monday 02 December 2019
6:00pm, location to be confirmed
Emily Barker, University of Greenwich
Intersecting disciplines: using intersectionality in histories of migrant children’s play and peer groups

 

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