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Jake Hodder

Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences


Research Summary

Jake's research interests concern the historical and political geographies of twentieth century internationalism, pacifism, anti-colonialism and African American history.

He is currently working on a four-year AHRC project (2015-19) with Stephen Legg and Mike Heffernan entitled 'Conferencing the international: a cultural and historical geography of the origins of internationalism (1919-1939)'. The grant studies a range of key conferences which took place between the wars. As part of the project Jake is working on a book-length account of the Pan-African Congress.

Jake is also Newsletter Editor for the RGS-IBG Historical Geography Research Group and serves on the editorial board of Geography Compass.

Selected Publications

Past Research

Jake's previous research has examined the intersections between the civil rights movement, various anti-colonial movements and the radical peace movement. He completed a PhD in 2014 entitled "Bayard Rustin and the Historical Geographies of Radical Pacifism" (examined by David Featherstone and Alex Vasudevan).

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