Staff Associate, Big Data Management / Program Coordination / Data Mining , Employment | AHA

For readers of the Global History Blog interested in a staff position on a project at the intersection of digital humanities and international history, consider this recent job posting at Columbia University: The Department of History at Columbia University invites applications for a Staff Associate position for a digital humanities project involving research using a database … Continue reading Staff Associate, Big Data Management / Program Coordination / Data Mining , Employment | AHA

Tenure-Track Position in History, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (Mexico City, Mexico)

As we enter the season of job postings again, here’s one of the first offerings in the field of international history from the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), an institute in Mexico-City. As with other positions outside of the North American market, note the early (late August) deadline. The History Department of the Centro … Continue reading Tenure-Track Position in History, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (Mexico City, Mexico)

Associate Professor of International History, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva, Switzerland)

With the academic year now over for many of our readers, we move quickly into … the season of more job postings. Here’s one of the first for this season–with an early application deadline–that should surely interest readers of the Global History Blog. “The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies,” announces a recent posting … Continue reading Associate Professor of International History, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva, Switzerland)

Jeffrey Byrne on “Mecca of Revolution: Algeria, Decolonization & The Third World Order”

We’re pleased to note that one of our forthcoming interviews for the Global History Forum will be with University of British Columbia   scholar Jeffrey James Byrne, whose book Mecca of Revolution: Algeria, Decolonization & The Third World Order appeared recently with one of our favorite Series for international and global history, namely that of Oxford University Press. … Continue reading Jeffrey Byrne on “Mecca of Revolution: Algeria, Decolonization & The Third World Order”

De-Segregating International Relations: A Conversation with Robert Vitalis on “White World Order, Black Power Politics”

If you’ve been following the news about race-related campus protests this academic year, it can sometimes be hard to keep them straight. In the autumn, students at Yale’s Silliman College demanded the removal of a College Master following his wife’s e-mail to students encouraging students to use their own judgment when it came to potentially … Continue reading De-Segregating International Relations: A Conversation with Robert Vitalis on “White World Order, Black Power Politics”

Call for Proposals: International History Research Seminar, London School of Economics

For those readers of the Global History Blog based in the United Kingdom or Europe more generally, here’s a recent call for proposals for LSE’s International History Research Seminar worth considering.  This is a terrific opportunity to present work in progress from scholars at various stages, from in-progress PhDs to post-doctoral fellows to junior faculty. … Continue reading Call for Proposals: International History Research Seminar, London School of Economics

“Empires after the First World War” (Conference, University of Trento, May 19-20, 2016)

For those TPF readers in the vicinity of northern Italy, here’s a reminder that the University of Trento will host the conference “Empires after the First World War – Ideas of Empire, Identity and Citizenship” from May 19-20 (i.e. Thursday and Friday of this week). Organized by Gustavo Corni, Massimo Campanini, Paolo Carta, Sara Lorenzini, Marco Pertile, … Continue reading “Empires after the First World War” (Conference, University of Trento, May 19-20, 2016)

Giuliano Garavini, “OPEC: A History of Oil” (Lecture, NYU, April 12, 2016)

A quick note on a forthcoming lecture in New York by NYU Abu Dhabi Senior Research Fellow Giuliano Garavini, scholar of international history and author of After Empires: European Integration, Decolonization, and the Challenge From the Global South (Oxford: OUP, 2012). From 6 PM to 7:30 PM on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, Garavini will deliver a … Continue reading Giuliano Garavini, “OPEC: A History of Oil” (Lecture, NYU, April 12, 2016)

Ryan Irwin, “Denizens of the Center: Law as American Grand Strategy” (Yale U., March 31, 2016)

Readers of the Global History Forum may remember our interview with SUNY-Albany historian Ryan Irwin on his book Gordian Knot and his work more broadly in international history. If you liked that piece and are located in the Northeast, then mark your calendar. This March 31, Irwin will be giving a lecture at Yale University on … Continue reading Ryan Irwin, “Denizens of the Center: Law as American Grand Strategy” (Yale U., March 31, 2016)

Post-Doc Position (Tenure Track), History of International Governance, University of Vienna

It’s a busy week for Vienna-related job postings: first a recent call for papers on the history of liberal and illiberal internationalisms in Vienna this December; now, this call for a tenure-track post-doctoral position in the history of international governance at the University of Vienna. The call explains more: We solicit applications for a post-doc … Continue reading Post-Doc Position (Tenure Track), History of International Governance, University of Vienna