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PROF GLENDA SLUGA
ECOINT Principal Investigator
glenda.sluga AT eui.eu
Prof Glenda Sluga
Glenda Sluga is Professor of International History and Capitalism. In 2020, she was awarded a European Research Council Advanced Grant, overseeing a five-year research program on ‘Twentieth Century International Economic Thinking and the complex history of globalization.’ In 2021, Princeton University Press published her latest book, The Invention of International Order: Remaking Europe after Napoleon.
Professor Sluga is also an Australian Research Council Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laurate Fellow, as the recipient in 2013 of a five-year fellowship for ‘Inventing the International’. She is also a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
What Do We Learn about War and Peace from Women International Thinkers?
Global Studies Quarterly, 3(1)
"Business and the Planetary History of International Environmental Governance in the 1970s"
Contemporary European History , 31(4): 553 - 569 (with Sabine Selchow and Ben Huf)
"Rethinking Nationalism: Nationalism as Historical Method"
American Historical Review, 27(1)
The Invention of International Order: Remaking Europe after Napoleon
Princeton University Press
"Twentieth-Century International Economic Thinking, and the Complex History of Globalization: A New Research Programme"
EUI Working Paper HEC 2021/01
"‘Sleepwalking’ from planetary thinking to the end of the international order"
EUI Working Paper HEC 2021/02
"Business transnationalism, looking from the outside in"
Nationalism and Internationalism Intertwined. Berghain (edited by Pasi Ihalainen and Antero Holmila)
The Interplay of East and West, Points of Conflict and Cooperation (1955): Barbara Ward
With the World to Choose From. McGill University Press (edited by Brett Hooton et al)
Peacemaking and International Order after the First World War
Cambridge University Press (edited with Peter Jackson and William Mulligan)
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