Dominique Marshall, Carleton University

History Professor Ottawa, Ontario dominique_marshall@carleton.ca Office: (613) 520-2600 ext. 2846

Bio/Research

Dominique Marshall is a full professor whose research interests in Africa focus on Children's Rights and Humanitarian Aid to Africa from 1920-1965, particularly the humanitarian effort of the Save the Children International Union on behalf of Ethiopian children and the Conference on the African C...

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Bio/Research

Dominique Marshall is a full professor whose research interests in Africa focus on Children's Rights and Humanitarian Aid to Africa from 1920-1965, particularly the humanitarian effort of the Save the Children International Union on behalf of Ethiopian children and the Conference on the African Child of 1931. She has been a research fellow in African History at the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London, at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies and at the Centre for Health, Medicine and Society: Past and Present of Oxford Brookes University. She also offers a third year course on the “History of International Humanitarian Assistance”, HIST 3905*.



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