The Reluctant Internationalists research group is deeply alarmed by the law passed recently by the Hungarian government that will effectively shut down the internationally renowned and acclaimed Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. CEU has been at the forefront of research on nationalism, women and gender, history of science and medicine, and transnational history. Its […]
About Jessica Reinisch
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Entries by Jessica Reinisch
The Reluctant Internationalists research group is looking for a Public Engagement and Events Coordinator to work with us on our busy programme of conferences, workshops and public engagement activities. This is a great opportunity for someone with administrative or project management experience who wishes to build up their portfolio of public engagement projects for future […]
In this post, Bertrand Taithe considers some of the causes and consequences of Britain’s forthcoming withdrawal from the European Union. **** The place in which I have lived for over 22 years, as an academic immigrant, has voted against membership of the EU on Thursday 23rd June 2016. The same village is now festooned with […]
The workshop “Aid to Armenia. Armenia and Armenians in International History” took place on the 3rd of June at Birkbeck College, University of London. The workshop was timely: the day before, on the 2nd of June, the German Parliament had employed the word genocide to describe the violence, massacres, death marches, rapes, forced conversions, abductions, […]
The Reluctant Internationalists research group team is delighted to have been awarded a Wellcome Trust Public Engagement grant to help improve how history is being taught at British schools. Together with the Historical Association we are launching a Teacher Fellowship Programme for 2017 on “The Cold War in the Classroom”. The programme is open to […]
To accompany our special issue on ‘Agents of Internationalism‘ (access to which is still free until 8th June), Contemporary European History has now released a virtual special issue on the same theme. This collection celebrates 25 years of CEH by bringing you ten articles on the theme of internationalism and transnationalism from the CEH archive, […]
Languages of Internationalism Conference to take place at Birkbeck College, University of London 25-26 May 2017 Deadline for submission of abstracts: 1 September 2016 Scholars have in recent years re-energized the study of how peoples, cultures, and economies came, over time, to be linked and entangled across all manner of borders. Transnationalism and internationalism […]
We’re looking forward to tomorrow’s workshop at Birkbeck on Aid to Armenia: Armenia and Armenians in International History, organised by our visiting fellow, Francesca Piana, and Jo Laycock (Sheffield Hallam). CRISES, “QUESTIONS”, AND INTERVENTIONS AT THE END OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Stephanie Prevost (Paris Diderot): Aid to Armenia at the time of the Hamidian massacres […]
We’re excited to announce that the articles of our Contemporary European History special issue on ‘Agents of Internationalism’ are free to download from today, for the next seven days. Jessica Reinisch, Agents of Internationalism Katharina Kreuder-Sonnen, From Transnationalism to Olympic Internationalism: Polish Medical Experts and International Scientific Exchange, 1885-1939 Alexander Watson, Managing an ‘Army of […]
There are a still a few spare places at tonight’s inaugural lecture of the Centre for the Study of Internationalism, which will be given by Professor Holly Case from Cornell University. There will be a drinks reception afterwards. You can reserve your place here.