Humanitarianism: Key Debates and New Approaches

About the series

This landmark series offers a fresh interdisciplinary reflection on one of the most important and yet understudied areas of history, politics and cultural practice: humanitarian aid and its responses to crises and conflicts. Now firmly established, the series brings into salient perspective the boundaries and methodologies applied to the study of humanitarian relief and so-called ‚Äėhumanitarian events‚Äô. It includes monographs and carefully selected thematic edited collections which cross disciplinary boundaries and bring new perspectives to the historical, political and cultural understanding of the rationale and impact of humanitarian relief work and policies.

Series editor
Bertrand Taithe, Professor of Cultural History, University of Manchester

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