Glenda Sluga is Professor of International History, and ARC Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellow at the University of Sydney. She has published widely on the cultural history of international relations, internationalism, the history of European nationalisms, sovereignty, identity, immigration and gender history. In 2013, she was awarded a five-year Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship for Inventing the International - the origins of globalisation. Her most recent book is Internationalism in the Age of Nationalism (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013) and with Patricia Clavin, Internationalisms, a Twentieth Century History (Cambridge University Press, 2017). She is currently completing two ARC-funded studies, one on the origins of International Society, and the other on the early years of the UN, and on collaborative publication projects under Laureate auspices on ‘Sites of International Memory’ (with Madeleine Herren and Kate Darian Smith), ‘Climate and Capital’ (with Sverker Sorlin and Paul Warde), and ‘Scales of Economy’ (with Quinn Slobodian and Jamie Martin).
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