Relief Work as Pilgrimage: "Mademoiselle Miss Elsie" in Southern France, 1945-1948

Relief Work as Pilgrimage: "Mademoiselle Miss Elsie" in Southern France, 1945-1948

In 1945, Elsie C. Bechtel left her Ohio home for the tiny French commune of Lavercantière, where for nearly three years she cared for children displaced by the ravages of war. This book, based her diary, oral testimony, and archival research, draws on these various contexts to establish the complexity and significance of pilgrimage and humanitarian service as intercultural exchanges.

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Publisher: Lexington Books (August 20, 2015)

Parent ISBN: 9781498508100

Page count: 194 pages

Language: English


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