The Fifth Australasian Welfare History Workshop will be held at the Hobart campus of the University of Tasmania on Monday 10th to Tuesday 11th February 2014. We invite proposals for papers in any aspect of Australasian Welfare History – including its intersections with the histories of gender, war, race, childhood, medicine, religion, volunteering, migration, and philanthropy. The workshops are open and lively gatherings of scholars from fields including history, politics, social work, and social policy. The first workshop was held in Melbourne in February 2005. Since then there have been others in Wellington, Sydney, and Hamilton. Please send abstracts of 250 words maximum to Dr Caroline Evans at Caroline.Evans@acu.edu.au by 15 December 2013.
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