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 MOVED ONLINE.

Coming up:

Monday, 8 November
George Gosling, University of Wolverhampton
‘The Shopkeepers of St Dunstan’s: From Blind Veterans to Businessmen and Breadwinners’
Abstract and booking here

Monday, 22 November
Massimiliano Papini, Northumbria University
‘The Idea of Japan in Victorian Charity Bazaars: Fundraising, Orientalism and Transculturality in the North East of England, 1867—1912’
Abstract and booking here

Monday, 6 December
Georgina Brewis, UCL Institute of Education; Angela Ellis Paine, University of Birmingham; Irene Hardill, Northumbria University; Rose Lindsey, University of Southampton; Rob Macmillan, Sheffield Hallam University
‘Talking about voluntary action during transformational moments in social welfare’
Abstract and booking here