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2019.07.10 | Arts

Out now: The League of Nations – Perspectives from the Present

Karen Gram-Skjoldager (Associate Professor - Aarhus University) and Haakon A. Ikonomou (Associate Professor - University of Copenhagen)

2019.06.30 | Arts

Historical Women Take the Streets of Geneva: Restoring the Legacy of International Organizations’ Working Bees

Pamela Ohene-Nyako, Laure Piguet, Myriam Piguet, PhD Fellows in History, University of Geneva

2019.05.06 | Arts

Naturism, the Permanent Mandates Commission, and the denial of the violent nature of colonialism

Florian Wagner (Assistant Professor - Universität Erfurt)

2019.01.15 | Arts

Israel Zangwill on Nationality and “The League of Damnations”

Laura Almagor (LSE Teaching Fellow - Department of International History)

2018.12.16 | Arts

Framing the League of Nations - Cartoons as a prism for perceptions of international politics and organizations

Paul Reef (MA Student - Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen)

2018.10.29 | Arts

Multiple Internationalisms at the League of Nations Secretariat, 1933-1940

Marco Moraes (PhD Student - University of Oxford)

2018.09.09 | Arts

Bandung Revisited: from Rural Hygiene to Primary Health Care

Niels Brimnes (Associate Professor - Aarhus University)

2018.08.28 | Arts

Beyond the formula of the age of reason: experts, social sciences, and the phonic public in international politics

Tomoko Akami (Associate Professor - The Australian National University)

2018.06.24 | Arts

The Dot-Connector: How the League of Nations Incidentally gave Birth to Neoliberalism

Hagen Schulz-Forberg (Associate Professor - Aarhus University)

2018.06.01 | Arts

Edvard Hambro and the academic networks of international politics

Haakon A. Ikonomou (postdoc - Aarhus University)

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