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New International Relations & History Working Group

The Centre is pleased to advertise the Michaelmas Term schedule for a new International Relations & History Working Group.

All sessions will be held on Thursdays at 13.00 in the Wine Room of King’s College. Coffee, tea and biscuits will be served from 14.30. Papers will be pre-circulated one week in advance. The talks.cam.ac.uk page for the group is here.

5th October, Brendan Simms (University of Cambridge): Brendan will be speaking to his new project on Hitler’s biography.
26th October, Ayse Zarakol (University of Cambridge): title tbc.
23rd November, Marco Duranti (University of Sydney): Marco will be speaking to his new project on human rights norms.


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Convenors: Duncan Bell, Chris Bickerton, Jeremy Green, Or Rosenboim, Jason Sharman, Maja Spanu, Ayse Zarakol

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