'Inventing the International' brings together a team of specialist researchers to ask innovative questions about how people have imagined the international as a realm of politics and society in the past.
We run research workshops and seminar programs on several themes:
'Inventing the international' comprises four main themes
The Laureate Research Program in International History comprises academics and researchers from across the University and we welcome visiting international scholars.
Professor Glenda Sluga
Sunil Amrith, Birkbeck, University of London
Jens Boel, UNESCO
Patrizia Dogliani, University of Bologna
David Engerman, Brandeis University
Madeleine Herren-Oesch, University of Basel
Akira Iriye, Harvard University
Sandrine Kott, University of Geneva
Marilyn Lake, University of Melbourne
Fiona Paisley, Griffith University
Liang Pan, University of Tsukuba
Emma Rothschild, Harvard University
Western Tower Boardroom (Quadrangle)
The University of Sydney
To explore our events, please visit the University of Sydney's What's On calendar.
ABC Radio National Saturday Extra
1 June 2019
Sabine Selchow, Research Fellow in International History:
A Foreign Affair panel on Australian foreign policy, Indonesian election tension and European Parliamentary elections.
S2Ep3: Skeletons of Empire – History Lab podcast
In the aftermath of World War One, nations came together in an attempt to ensure war on the same devastating scale could never occur again. The result? The League of Nations: a revolutionary idea to form the world’s first international organisation. But clearly it did not stop the world from going to war.