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Colloquium Global History, Glenda Sluga (Florence)

15.11.2021 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00
Global History Colloquium WiSe 2122

Global History Colloquium WiSe 2122

15.11. Glenda Sluga (European University Institut, Florence):

The Invention of International Order.

The modern world takes for granted the idea of an international order, but even the possibility of international politics had to be invented. In this talk I argue that by asking, what kind of ordering was embedded in the invention of the politics between states two hundred years ago?, we stand to learn more about the practices and assumptions that still temper the international order today, for better and for worse.
Glenda Sluga holds a Joint Chair in International History and Capitalism in History and at the Robert Schuman Institute for Advanced Studies at the EUI in Florence.  In 2021, Princeton University Press will publish her latest book, The Invention of International Order: Remaking Europe after Napoleon.

Zeit & Ort

15.11.2021 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

This talk will be online. Here is the link for the Webex session:


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