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The Graduate Institute's History Department teaches and researches the contemporary world through its layered histories and from a multiplicity of perspectives. We study history before, between and beyond the nations, thereby encouraging historically-informed approaches to current policy, politics, economics and culture.

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Pierre du Bois Annual Conference

Histories of the Unspoken: Truth, Silence and Violence in Emerging States
This conference is organised by the Institute’s Department of International History, in partnership with the Pierre du Bois Foundation.
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Carolyn Biltoft Lecture
International Organizations as Heterotopia: Global Modernity and the League of Nations Archives
The Geneva History Seminar is a research seminar organized by and for historians in the faculties and doctoral programs of the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. It is open to all who are interested in historical questions in a global perspective.
The first talk in a series of 6 papers will be held by Prof Carolyn Biltoft and take place on Tuesday, 4 October at the Graduate Institute at 4.15 pm.
New Publication
Democratisation in the 21st Century -- Reviving Transitology
Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou and Timothy D. Sisk, eds., London: Routledge, 2017.
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