Centre for the Study of Internationalism (CSI)
The Centre brings together scholars across the world and at all stages in their careers. The Centre is interested in the social, cultural, political, economic, intellectual and legal fabric of the world of nation-states and international institutions.
The Centre takes a broad view to make sense of internationalism in its various guises, past and present.
‘Internationalism’ can refer to a number of very different ideas and practices: the search for intergovernmental agreements and conventions; the practice of international assembly; the projection of national agendas across the globe; the transfer of ideas, resources, objects or people across national boundaries.
These different models of internationalism each draw on different intellectual and political traditions, and in practice are shaped by different constellations of foreign policy objectives, economic policies, humanitarian concerns, and the priorities of self-governing professions.
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Birkbeck, University of London