Category Archives: Eve Colpus

Dr Eve Colpus recently completed her doctorate at the University of Oxford on the topic of ‘Landscapes of welfare: concepts and cultures of British women’s philanthropy, c.1918-1939’. She is currently a research assisant on the ‘Religious fath, space and diasporic communities in East London: 1800-the present’ project. She is also beginning work on aspects of the history of Barnett House, the centre for social and economic studies and social work training in Oxford, especially its role in the history of the university settlement movement and social work. You can browse her blog contributions below.

Locating Female Philanthropy: Past and Present

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Eve Colpus, University of Oxford VAHS Seminar, 25 October 2010 The geography of the matter: transnationalism and interwar British women’s philanthropy You don’t have to venture far today to see or hear about philanthropy. Placed at ‘the heart of the … Continue reading

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