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This presentation will offer a critique of common places like the global, cosmopolitan nature of interwar humanitarianism, reassessing its colonial, racist and civilizational stances, its inherent arrogance and redemptive ambitions in the first half of the 20th century (and beyond). The draft paper offers a different perspective on present scholarly works on the so-called nexus between relief and rehabilitation or the alleged separation of short-term aid and development programs.
Davide Rodogno, Head of Interdisciplinary Programmes and Professor of International History, The Graduate Institute
Chiara Redaelli, Research Fellow, The Geneva Academy
This colloquium will be held in-person and online. To help protect our community from the spread of COVID-19, please note that face masks must be worn to all in-person events at the Graduate Institute. We will also register attendees at the start of the event.
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This event is part of the Global Governance Colloquium series.