Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, The Emily Hobhouse Letters: South Africa in International Context, 1899-1926, is a three-year collaborative research project that is piecing together the life and work of humanitarian reformer and pacifist Emily Hobhouse. The project team – Drs. Helen Dampier (Leeds Beckett University), Rebecca Gill (University of Huddersfield), and Cornelis Muller (University of the Free State), are focusing on Hobhouse’s epistolary networks and her practical contribution to projects for international peace, relief and reconstruction.

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