News and Publications

Project Publications

Valeska Huber, Tamson Pietsch & Katharina Rietzler, “Women’s International Thought and the New Professions, 1900-1940”, Modern Intellectual History (2019) Available here

Patricia Owens, ‘Women and the History of International Thought’, International Studies Quarterly, Vol.62, no.3 (2018), pp.467-481. Download here

Project Events

October 2019, Millenium Conference Panel, ‘The Expropriation and Erasure of Women’s International Thought,’ (Patricia Owens, Kimberly Hutchings and Katharina Rietzler)

September 2019, EISA Workshop, ‘Women and the History of International Thought.’  (Sarah C. Dunstan and Joanna Wood)

December 2018, Freie University Berlin workshop, “Approaches, Archives and Actors in Global Women’s History”

November 2018, University of Oxford, comment on Harmsworth lecture on “Race, War and Imperialism: Merze Tate’s International Thought” by Barbara Savage (Katharina Rietzler)

September 2018, University of Sussex American Studies roundtable, Sussex, New Work in American Studies. (Katharina Rietzler and Sarah C. Dunstan)

August 2018, University of Sydney workshop, Hannah Arendt and International Relations (Patricia Owens)

August 2018, University of Sydney panel, What Happened to Women’s International Thought? (Patricia Owens)

March 2018, Radcliffe Exploratory seminar, Women and the History of International Thought (Patricia Owens and Katharina Rietzler)

May 2018, University of Sussex, European Commission workshop on Hannah Arendt and EU crisis (Patricia Owens)

November 2017, Oxford University public lecture, Women and the History of International Thought (Patricia Owens)

June 2017, British International Studies Association panel Toward a History of Women in International Thought

June 2017, British International Studies Association pre-conference workshop, Women and the History of International Thought

May 2017, Cambridge University conference talk, Why are There no Women in Histories of International Thought?