Glenda Sluga

Professor of International History and CapitalismSluga

Director of the ERC Project ECOINT

Joint Chair RSCAS/HEC 


Fields of research

  • Modern European, East and West, 18-20th century
  • History of Capitalism
  • European Empires in Asia-Pacific
  • History of Internationalisms and Nationalisms
  • Settler Societies
  • Diplomatic History
  • Environmental History
  • Women and Gender

Current research project

European Research Council Twentieth-Century International Economic Thinking, and the Complex History of Globalization (ECOINT) - ERC Advanced Research Grant, under the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme


  • English
  • Italian
  • French
  • Slovenian

Current Seminars at the EUI

Selected recent publications

  • ‘1919, international organizations, and the future of international order’, Special issue, International Affairs 2019
  • ed. with P. Clavin, Internationalisms: A Twentieth Century History, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2017
  • ‘Who Hold the Balance of the World?: Bankers at the Congress of Vienna and in International History’, American Historical Review, December 2017, 1403-1430.
  • ‘Capitalists and Climate’, Merkur, November 2017, also published in English, Humanity, online, November 2017
  • Internationalism in the Age of Nationalism, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 2013



For appointments please contact the Administrative Assistant: Laura Borgese 



  • Postal address: 
    Department of History and Civilization 
    Via Bolognese 156 
    50139 Florence - Italy

Office SAMN226 at Villa Salviati, Manica

Page last updated on 06 October 2020

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