Entries by Siobhan Morris

Centre for the Study of Internationalism

We are delighted to announce the launch of Birkbeck’s Centre for the Study of Internationalism new website. ‘Internationalism’ can refer to a number of very different ideas and practices: the search for intergovernmental agreements and conventions; the practice of international assembly; the projection of national agendas across the globe; the transfer of ideas, resources, objects […]

Fascist International Health

This blog post by David Brydan is part of, and has been cross-posted from, Remedia blog which examines the history of medicine in dialogue with the present. The project focuses on areas of the history of medicine with particular contemporary relevance. The original post can be accessed here. In November 1941, health officials and experts […]

*Postponed* – Therapeutic Fascism Book Launch

Unfortunately we have to postpone the launch of Dr Ana Antic’s new book, Therapeutic Fascism: Experiencing the Violence of the Nazi New Order, scheduled to take place on Friday 19th May. We apologise for the late notice, but look forward to launching it later this term.  Further details will be posted on the blog in due […]


A selection of podcasts from our conferences and workshops are now available to listen to and download. The recordings can be accessed via SoundCloud or through the central Birkbeck College iTunes channel. The podcasts available to download include Professor Helen Graham’s (RHUL) keynote lecture at the Crossing Borders: The Spanish Civil War and Transnational Mobilisation conference and panel […]