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Oral Histories of Voluntary Action: Reflections on the Workshop

In this guest post, Bridget Lockyer reflects upon Oral Histories of Voluntary Action: An Interdisciplinary Workshop, a VAHS New Researchers event which took place this February in association with the University of York’s Humanities Research Centre. Voluntary action history is … 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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Teaching the History of Voluntary Action

Where does a passion for the history of voluntary action come from? One of the main sources of this is being taught about an aspect of voluntary action history.  My curiosity was prodded by studying the Attlee governments during A-level … Continue reading

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