Past News

11 September 2018

Michael Goebel: from Latin American history to urban ethnic studies

Newly arrived at the International History Department of the Graduate Institute, where he will inaugurate the Pierre du Bois Chair Europe and the World, Professor Michael Goebel will teach two courses...

10 September 2018

Andre Liebich on Wickham Steed, “greatest journalist of his times”

Professor Andre Liebich has written the first biography of Wickham Steed (Peter Lang, July 2018), who was a seminal figure within the media and political worlds of both Britain and Europe during the earlier...

07 September 2018

The importance of sustainable data strategies for researchers

Sustainable data technologies have much potential for contemporary research, as attested by Michael Schiltz’s experience. A lecturer in International History at the Graduate Institute until September 2018,...

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...

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...