10:15: Introductory Remarks
J. P. Daughton, Stanford University
12:00: Humanitarian Relief as a Historical and Methodological Challenge
"Assisting Civilian Populations: Notes on an Ongoing Research
- Davide Rodogno, Graduate Institute of
International and Development Studies, Geneva
"Who Qualifies as the Object of Humanitarian Relief? Italian
Refugees after World
Ballinger, Bowdoin College
- Comment: Priya Satia, Stanford University
1:15 - 3:00:
In the Wake of War: Rebuilding 1920s Europe
"Foreign Humanitarian Actors in Poland, 1918-1923"
- Shaloma Gauthier & Francesca Piana,
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
"Post-WWI Humanitarian Efforts in Poland's Eastern Borderlands"
- Kathryn Ward, Stanford University
"A Sketch of Humanitarian Emergency Relief Operations in Greece
during the 1920s"
Rodogno, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
- Comment: Robert Crews, Stanford University
3:00 - 3:15:
3:15 - 5:00:
European "Humanity" in Global Context
"Early Humanitarianism and Local Knowledges: Black Experts and the
Conference on the African Child of the Save the Children International Union
Marshall, Carleton University
"Humanitarian Internationalism, the South Asian Refugee Regime, and
the ‘Kashmir Refugees Fund', 1947-1951"
- Cabeiri Robinson, University of Washington
"Human Rights and Saharan Prisons in Post-Colonial Mali"
Mann, Columbia University
- Comment: Liisa Malkki, Stanford University
- Transnational, International, and Global
History Program, Department of History
- Graduate Institute of International and
Development Studies, Geneva
- The Mediterranean Studies Forum
- Stanford Humanities Center