‘International Thinking’: An ECR Research Laboratory

In conjunction with the conference ‘What is International History Now?’, the Laureate Research Program in International History, University of Sydney, is convening a Research Laboratory on the past, present and future of International History on Monday 23 July 2018.
Interested students and ECRs in History, I.R., Law, or other relevant disciplines can apply for a place in this ‘laboratory’ featuring:
Matthew Connelly, Columbia University
Peter Jackson, Glasgow University
Sandrine Kott, Geneva University
Dirk Moses, University of Sydney
Patricia Owens, Sussex University
Davide Rodogno, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Glenda Sluga, University of Sydney
The laboratory is part of the ‘What is International History Now?’ conference to be held from Monday 23 – Friday 27 July.
It includes a public panel and reception on the Monday evening, opportunity to participate in a breakfast seminar on ‘International Thinking’ with Profs Anne Orford (Melbourne); Chris Reus-Smit (UQ); Patricia Owens (Sussex University); David Armitage (Harvard) and Breakfast seminar the next morning, Tuesday 24 July.
We encourage early career scholars completing PhDs, Postdocs, ECRs to apply. Please send a bio and statement of interest (one page only) to beatrice.wayne@sydney.edu.au by end of May 31, 2018.