'Conferencing the International' is a major four-year AHRC funded project (2015-2019) which examines liberal, imperial and radical forms of internationalism as manifested in their conferencing spaces between the wars.
Drawing from archives across three continents, the project reconstructs the local, national and global geographies of three important groups of interwar conferences:
Mohandas Gandhi at the Round Table Conference in London, 1931
The key aim of the project is to closely examine the new breed of international conferences that emerged in the post-1918 world to investigate what internationalism was, how it was experienced, and what it achieved.
The key research questions are:
Advisory board meeting report, July 2016
Advisory board second meeting report, July 2017
Political Geography special issue introduction: Historical Geographies of Internationalism
Conferences as the origin of internationalism
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