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Four Conversations with Canadian Communications Officers
Dominique Marshall

are of use for the individuals they serve’: teachers and community workers. Note on the Visual Communication of Histories of Humanitarian Agencies At many points in these conversations, the interests of Communications Officers and historians of visual communications came together. Sara Falconer recalled how, in 2015, ‘because the history of the values and principles of the Red Cross is such an important part of our brand’, she participated in the ‘Canadian Red Cross Digital History Project’ which asked Canadians to share ‘their own Red Cross artifacts or

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
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Jennifer Crane and Jane Hand

’ cultural history of the NHS, but rather a series of insights and an invitation to look further at the niche, the everyday, and the cultural. This approach builds on the field of microhistory, which has had widespread application using local analysis to make broad and disruptive historiographical arguments. 28 This powerful approach has found new uses in recent times, being re-adapted to show the value of looking closely, while new approaches – such as digital history – make clear the potential ‘boundlessness’ of our discipline

in Posters, protests, and prescriptions