Past News

19 November 2018

Reorienting the Nation: Perspectives from Soviet Central Asia...

In his recent PhD thesis, Vsevolod Kritskiy aims to reorient the nation as a label by examining how it was used by Central Asians in their interactions with representatives of Soviet power during the time...

12 November 2018

A Conversation on Democracy in Latin America with Professor Jeremy...

On 1 November 2018, the Department of International History welcomed Jeremy Adelman, the Henry Charles Lea Professor of History and Director of the Global History Lab at Princeton University, for a conversation...

05 November 2018

Thessaloniki and the Holocaust

Through the course of the Second World War, the Nazis and their collaborators murdered around 90% of the Jewish community living in Greece. Leon Saltiel, Visiting Research Fellow at the Department of International...

02 November 2018

Talking Global History with Professor Michael Goebel

The Department of International History is delighted to welcome Professor Michael Goebel who joined the Graduate InstituteĀ in September 2018 as the Pierre du Bois Chair Europe and the World, which is generously...

22 October 2018

Reading the Khashoggi Affair

The disappearance of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi since his visit to the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, on 2 October, and the suspicions of his murder by the Saudi authorities represent one...