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Conference Papers

Conference Papers 1. Quaker Relief work in France, World War 1. Voluntary Action Society. Canterbury, July 2010. 2. Women's Role in the Culture & Work of the League of Nations. Social History Society, 30 March - 2 April, 2010. Glasgow To see this paper 3. Putting Education in its Place: Education and the League of Nations. History of Education Society, Sheffield, December 2009 4. Women and Voluntary Medical Relief in the Great War. Voluntary Action History Society Conference, Liverpool. 16-18 July 2008 5. ‘Near-Eastern Boundaries, Conflict, Armenian Refugees and Culture.’ Social History Society Annual Conference, 2008. Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 27 - 29 March, 2008. 6. 'The informal and formal education of Armenian Refugees through persecution and missionary endeavour from the 1880s to the 1920s'. History of Education Conference: Education and Globalization. University of Birmingham. 7-9 Dec. 2007. 7. 'Collecting Women's Lives: Deconstruction of the Conference Title.' Women's History Network 16th Annual National Conference, ‘Collecting Women's Lives’. University of Winchester. September 2007. 8. 'Women, Armenian Refugees and the League of Nations in the 1920s.' West of England and South Wales Women's History Network Conference ‘Women on the Move: Refugees, Migration and Exile.’ University of the West of England. Bristol, June 2007 9. 'International Education for Peace and Equality, 1900-1930.' Women’s History Network Conference, Collingwood College, University of Durham, 1 – 3 September, 2006 10. 'Women and Permanent Peace: From Pre-war Pressure groups to the League of Nations.' Women’s History Network (Southern) & Women’s and Gender History Group, University of Portsmouth. February 2006. 11. 'Belgian Refugee Children in the Great War: Innocent Angels, Seen but Not Heard?” ‘Strangers in a Strange Land Colloquium,’ In Flanders Field Museum, Ypres. May 2004. 12. 'Women, Poverty and Power: Belgian Refugee Women in the U.K. in the Great War.” Women’s History Network Conference. Kingston-upon-Hull, September 2004.

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