Professor Patricia Clavin (BA, PhD)

Patricia Clavin's new research project, supported by Tim Sanderson and the Calleva Foundation, uses the history of international and regional organizations to explore changing conceptions of security in the Twentieth Century. She has been awarded a Major Research Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust, which funds a period of research until September 2018, to write a transnational and global history of European security in the Twentieth Century.

Her previous projects include the League of Nations

  • Internationalisms A Twentieth-Century History

  • ‘Markets and Men: Global Capital and the Consumer Economy’

  • International organizations

  • The Economic Consequences of the War and the Peace

  • The Austrian hunger crisis and the genesis of international organization after the First World War

  • War, Agriculture and Food: Rural Europe from the 1930s to the 1950s

  • Feeding the World: Connecting Europe and Asia, 1930-1945

  • Securing the World Economy: The Reinvention of the League of Nations, 1919-1946

  • Introduction: Conceptualising Internationalism Between the World Wars

  • The role of international organization in Europeanization: The case of the League of Nations and the European Economic Community

  • More
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