Bertrand TAITHE

  • Bertrand Taithe is professor of Cultural History at the University of Manchester and a founder member of the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute. He works on the history of humanitarian aid and of its representations. His most recent articles and books include L’Humanitaire s’exhibe – The Humanitarian Exhibition, Geneva, Georg, 2022; The Politics of Catholic Humanitarian Aid: Missionaries and American relief in Algeria 1942-1947, French History, 2023. He is a co investigator of the ‘Researching the Impact of Attacks on Healthcare’ and ‘Colonial and Transnational Intimacies’ projects and Principal Investigator of the Wellcome discovery Award ‘Developing Humanitarian Medicine:from Alma Ata to Bio-Tech, a history of norms, knowledge production and care (1978-2020)’. See the full list of publications on: https://research.manchester.ac.uk/en/persons/bertrand.taithe
  • Bertrand Taithe est historien, professeur à l’université de Manchester. Il est membre fondateur du Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute et travaille sur l’histoire de l’aide humanitaire, de ses pratiques et représentations. Ses publications récentes comprennent L’Humanitaire s’exhibe – The Humanitarian Exhibition, Geneva, Georg, 2022; The Politics of Catholic Humanitarian Aid: Missionaries and American relief in Algeria 1942-1947, French History, 2023. Il est associé à deux projets de recherche: ‘Researching the Impact of Attacks on Healthcare’ and ‘Colonial and Transnational Intimacies’ et en dirige un troisième en 2023, une Wellcome Discovery Award, ‘Developing Humanitarian Medicine:from Alma Ata to Bio-Tech, a history of norms, knowledge production and care (1978-2020)’. Pour une liste des publications consulter: https://research.manchester.ac.uk/en/persons/bertrand.taithe

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