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International Relations & History Working Group

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International Relations & History Working Group

Recent years have witnessed a resurgence of interest in the historical study of international relations. International Relations scholars from different traditions have reconsidered the importance of thinking historically about the international system. At the same time, IR scholars have engaged in fruitful conversations with historians specializing in international or political thought. The dialogue between IR, History and legal history proved not only possible but often also desirable. The goal of our working group is to create a space for conversation in Cambridge. The working group is open to scholars working on historical international relations, legal history, history of international thought and those interested in the historical development of ideas and practices in the international realm from an interdisciplinary viewpoint.

The working group meets 3 times per term. The line-up combines presentations by external speakers and pre-circulated papers by members of the group. A significant part of the meeting is dedicated to open discussion.

The conveners Duncan Bell Or Rosenboim Jason Sharman Maja Spanu Ayse Zarakol

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