With Dr. Raminder Saini.
In the 19th century, middle-class Victorians were eager to be involved in charitable causes. They donated money and time into various philanthropic projects. When it came to helping the poor, middle-class Victorians were eager to provide a moral education to them. But what motivated Victorians to help? Did they have a hidden agenda? These questions are explored by looking at the establishment of the Strangers’ Home for Asiatics, a charitable lodging house for Indians in Victorian London.
For a blog post providing some background on the Strangers’ Home and Indian labourers in Victorian London, click here.
The lectures take place in our Visitors' Centre. Each session begins at 1:30 pm and runs for about an hour.
Member Prices: Individual $12 * 6-pack bundle $60
Non-member Prices: Individual $15 * 6-pack bundle: $78
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