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Intellectual History Working Group: Lecture: 'Women and the History of International Thinking'

Dates:
  • Fri 29 Jan 2021 10.00 - 12.00
  Add to Calendar 2021-01-29 10:00 2021-01-29 12:00 Europe/Paris Intellectual History Working Group: Lecture: 'Women and the History of International Thinking'

The Intellectual History Working Group will be hosting a lecture with Prof. Glenda Sluga (EUI) on Women and the History of International Thinking.

Abstract:

Over the last few decades, historians have reshaped the spatial and conceptual contours of intellectual history. In particular, the prospect of a global intellectual history has provoked reflection on methods and questions of representativeness that transcend the default national parameters of this sub-field. In my lecture, I want to invite into these historiographical developments the place of women, and a specific international framing of ideas and their agents. My aim is to outline a history of European International Thinking from the turn of the 19th century to the mid-20th century, with women at its centre. I argue that the history of women and international thinking requires us to expand not only where, but who and what counts in intellectual history.

To receive the zoom link please contact Elisavet Papalexopoulou ([email protected])

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The Intellectual History Working Group will be hosting a lecture with Prof. Glenda Sluga (EUI) on Women and the History of International Thinking.

Abstract:

Over the last few decades, historians have reshaped the spatial and conceptual contours of intellectual history. In particular, the prospect of a global intellectual history has provoked reflection on methods and questions of representativeness that transcend the default national parameters of this sub-field. In my lecture, I want to invite into these historiographical developments the place of women, and a specific international framing of ideas and their agents. My aim is to outline a history of European International Thinking from the turn of the 19th century to the mid-20th century, with women at its centre. I argue that the history of women and international thinking requires us to expand not only where, but who and what counts in intellectual history.

To receive the zoom link please contact Elisavet Papalexopoulou ([email protected])


Location:
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Affiliation:
Department of History and Civilization

Type:
Working group

Contact:
Elisavet Papalexopoulou (EUI) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Olga Byrska (EUI - HEC)
Elisavet Papalexopoulou (EUI)
Ela Bozok
Vigdis Evang (EUI)

Speaker:
Glenda Sluga

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2019 March - Privacy Statement for HEC Events.pdf

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