E87 - The New Canon w/ Sarah Dunstan and Katharina Rietzler
Happy Women’s History Month! Danny and Derek welcome Sarah Dunstan, lecturer in the international history of modern human rights at the University of Glasgow, and Katharina Rietzler, senior lecturer in American history at the University of Sussex, to discuss their new co-edited volume (along with Patricia Owens and Kimberly Hutchings), Women’s International Thought: Towards a New Canon, which is part of a larger multi-disciplinary project, “The History of Women’s International Thought”. They discuss the volume’s contributors, women’s erasure from the history of international relations (IR), the “historical woman”, how re-centering these thinkers contributes to the field of IR, historical recovery projects, and more.
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