The Centre for the Study of Internationalism
We are a research centre at Birkbeck, University of London, that brings together scholars across the world and at all stages in their careers with interests in the social, cultural, political, economic, intellectual and legal fabric of our world of nation-states and international institutions.
About the centre
Centre members include, among others, historians, geographers, area studies experts, political scientists, scholars of international relations, legal scholars, policy analysts, economists, sociologists, anthropologists, cultural and literary theorists.
The Centre provides a shared home for all research enquiries into the nature, expressions, origins and future of internationalism.
The Centre is pleased to host a new book series, published by Bloomsbury and edited by Jessica Reinisch and David Brydan. Histories of Internationalism showcases cutting-edge research into the many guises of internationalism. Its titles draw on methods and insights from political, social, cultural, economic and intellectual history.
International Cooperation in Cold War Europe: The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 1947-1964
In this post, Daniel Stinsky writes about his new book, out with Bloomsbury this week.
Launch of Bloomsbury Histories of Internationalism
Jessica Reinisch and David Brydan report on the launch of a new book series, Bloomsbury Histories of Internationalism, and a lively discussion about the future shape of research on internationalism.
Pandemic Internationalism: some thoughts on meeting virtually
On Friday, 26 June the Centre for the Study of Internationalism hosted an online discussion about internationalism. Here are a few thoughts about the outcome…