The Toynbee Prize Foundation contributes to the development of the social sciences, as defined from a broad historical view of human society and of human and social problems.
Mark Lewis, The Birth of the New Justice: The Internationalization of Crime and Punishment, 1919-1950 (Oxford University Press, 2014), http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199660285.do.
Manjari Chatterjee Miller, Wronged by Empire: Post-imperial Ideology and Foreign Policy in India and China (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford Univ. Press, 2013), http://www.sup.org/book.cgi?id=22642.
New Global History
Feb 3, 2014
by Marc-William Palen History does not repeat itself. The historians repeat one another. —Max Beerbohm, 1896. Historians are often charged — sometimes correctly — with precipitously proclaiming a “new” field of study: a field that, upon further investigation, is shown to be remarkably similar to earlier turns in the historiographical timeline. […]Read More...
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New Diplomatic History Blog
Dec 28, 2013
Network members and others who may be at the upcoming annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Washington, D.C. are encouraged to attend the Toynbee Prize Foundation’s panel, which will explore aspects of diplomacy in light of global history. All are welcome: The Intersections of Global and Diplomatic History […]Read More...