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...
'Pandemic Internationalism: What is Internationalism in 2020?'
'Pandemic Internationalism: What is Internationalism in 2020?' Virtual Workshop! Scholars of internationalism respond to key questions about the study of internationalism - watch now! Live Q&A and workshop to follow on 26th June 2020
COMING SOON - 'Pandemic Internationalism: what is internationalism in 2020?'
***WATCH THIS SPACE! VIRTUAL CSI WORKSHOP ON INTERNATIONALISM – 26 JUNE 2020***
CFP: Internationalism in the (Long) Twentieth Century
A group of PhD students from the Centre for Global History at Free University Berlin and the Institute of African and Asian Studies at Humboldt University of Berlin would like to invite interested doctoral researchers to apply for a workshop on ‘Internationalism in the (long) Twentieth Century’. The workshop will take place from 21-23 October in Berlin.
Peace, Pandemics, and Public Health, 1919 and 2020: Feminist Voices Past and Present
Mona Siegel introduces her new book, 'Peace on Our Terms: The Global Battle for Women’s Rights After the First World War', and reflects on how the Spanish Flu pandemic affected the international women activists of 1919.
Happy 2020 from all of us at CSI! We've been a bit quiet lately, but we've just launched our shiny new website and we're excited to get the network buzzing with all things internationalism!
Thinking with the Senses: Humanitarian Sentiment & Practice
Wendy Asquith, a new member of the Centre, and her colleague Anna Bocking-Welch would like to invite researchers to take part in a conference entitled ‘Thinking with the Senses: Humanitarian Sentiment & Practice’ at the University of Liverpool on 13-14 May 2019.
Book launch on 9 January 2019: Polio Across the Iron Curtain
The Centre for the Study of Internationalism is delighted to team up with the Institute of Historical Research's Rethinking Modern Europe seminar series for the...
Book launch: Francesca Sanna's Me & My Fear
We're thrilled to announce the launch of Francesca Sanna's new book, to take place on 18 October at Birkbeck College. Francesca worked on this book...