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11 June 2018

Anti-Geneva: European Inter-Imperial Cooperation in the 1920s–1930s

The interwar years saw an increasing interplay and indeed a blending of imperial, international, and transnational political activities among imperial powers. This evolution is at the core of Associate Professor Cyrus Schayegh’s recent research and monograph project, which he presented this semester at a History Brunch Seminar of the International History Department. Professor Schayegh’ new monograph...
05 June 2018

Mahmoud Mohamedou: The issues raised by the ISIS story go beyond...

Professor of International History Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou discussed his recent book A Theory of Isis – Political Violence and the Transformation of the Global Order (Pluto Press and University...

16 May 2018

International History Doctoral Day showcases PhD research

On 27 April, PhD students with the support of the International History Department organised Doctoral Day, an annual event which lets students present their research in front of an audience. Maylis Avaro,...