The History of International Thought Network will held a first (early career) conference in Manchester on 8 November 2019 with the title “States, Empires, Global Spaces: Visions of order beyond liberal internationalism”. You will find the call for papers here.
On 6 December 2019, a workshop will be held in Istanbul on the theme “Global Intellectual History – The Turkish Connection.” The call for papers can be found here.
Links and other groups working in Intellectual History
The Vossius Center for the History of the Humanities and Sciences, the interfaculty research center of the University of Amsterdam that kindly supports this Seminar.
The Huizinga Instituut, Dutch research institute and graduate school of Cultural History, with whom we organised the 2019 summer school “Macro versus Micro: The Challenges of Global Intellectual History”.
Global Intellectual History, the central peer reviewed journal of the field, published since 2016.
The Graduate School in Global Intellectual History in Berlin, which is jointly run by the Freie Universität and the Humboldt-Universität.
The department of Global History at the Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut of the Freie Universität Berlin
History of International Thought Network, a new initiative for research into the history of international thought, international law, and international relations.
The Centre for the Study of the History of Political Thought, based at Queen Mary University of London.
The Cambridge Centre for Political Thought, which hosts the political thought and intellectual history seminars at Cambridge University.
The Institute of Intellectual History of the University of Saint-Andrews.
History of Political Thought.net, the website of graduate researchers in intellectual history and history of political thought in and around London.
The Republic of Letters, the open facebook group on intellectual history with many announcements.