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Internationalisms
A Twentieth-Century History

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Glenda Sluga, Patricia Clavin, Abigail Green, Patrizia Dogliani, Susan Pedersen, Andrew Webster, Liang Pan, Madeleine Herren, Talbot Imlay, Sunil S. Amrith, Natasha Wheatley, Roland Burke, Hanne Hagtvedt Vik, Sandrine Kott
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  • Date Published: December 2016
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107645080

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  • This is a pioneering survey of the rise of internationalism as a mainstream political idea mobilised in support of the ambitions of indigenous populations, feminists and anti-colonialists, as well as politicians, economists and central bankers. Leading scholars trace the emergence of intergovernmental organisations such as the League of Nations, the United Nations, the International Labour Organisation and the World Health Organisation, and the corresponding expansion in transnational sociability and economic entanglement throughout the long twentieth century. They reveal how international thought helped to drive major transformations in the governance of global issues from refugees to slavery and sex-trafficking, from the environment to women's rights and human rights, and from state borders and national minorities to health, education, trade and commerce. In challenging dominant perceptions of how contemporaries thought of nations, states and empires, Internationalisms radically alters our understanding of the major events and ideas that shaped twentieth-century politics, culture, economics and society.

    • Revives internationalism as a key framework for understanding twentieth-century history
    • Integrates new work on the role of key institutions such as the League of Nations, the United Nations, UNESCO, the World Health Organization and the International Labour Organization
    • Essays range across key topics including imperialism, migration, feminism, liberalism, religion, economic and financial co-operation, human rights, disarmament, European unity and Asian nationalisms
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    • Date Published: December 2016
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107645080
    • length: 386 pages
    • dimensions: 232 x 154 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.54kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction. Rethinking the history of internationalism Glenda Sluga and Patricia Clavin
    Part I. Inventing Twentieth-Century Internationalisms:
    2. Religious internationalisms Abigail Green
    3. The fate of socialist internationalism Patrizia Dogliani
    4. Women, feminisms and twentieth-century internationalisms Glenda Sluga
    5. Men and markets: global capital and the international economy Patricia Clavin
    Part II. States of Internationalism:
    6. Empires, states and the League of Nations Susan Pedersen
    7. The League of Nations, disarmament and internationalism Andrew Webster
    8. National internationalism in Japan and China Liang Pan
    9. Fascist internationalism Madeleine Herren
    10 Socialist internationalism after 1914 Talbot Imlay
    Part III. The Politics of Internationalism:
    11. Internationalising health in the twentieth century Sunil S. Amrith
    12. New subjects in international law and order Natasha Wheatley
    13. The internationalism of human rights Roland Burke
    14. Indigenous internationalism Hanne Hagtvedt Vik
    15. Cold War internationalism Sandrine Kott.

  • Editors

    Glenda Sluga, University of Sydney
    Glenda Sluga is Professor of International History at the University of Sydney and the recipient of the prestigious Australian Research Council Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellowship. She won the Australian Academy of the Humanities' Max Crawford Medal in 2002, and is a founding member of the International Scientific Committee for the History of UNESCO, as well as a fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Her recent publications include Internationalism in the Age of Nationalism (2013).

    Patricia Clavin, University of Oxford
    Patricia Clavin is Professor of International History at the University of Oxford, and Fellow and Tutor in History at Jesus College, Oxford. She was awarded a Major Research Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust in 2015, and the British Academy 'Thank-Offering to Britain' Senior Research Fellowship in 2008. Her recent publications include Securing the World Economy: The Reinvention of the League of Nations (2013), which won the British Academy Medal.

    Contributors

    Glenda Sluga, Patricia Clavin, Abigail Green, Patrizia Dogliani, Susan Pedersen, Andrew Webster, Liang Pan, Madeleine Herren, Talbot Imlay, Sunil S. Amrith, Natasha Wheatley, Roland Burke, Hanne Hagtvedt Vik, Sandrine Kott

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