Glenda Sluga

Professor of International History

University of Sydney

Glenda Sluga 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. She is currently completing an ARC-funded study of the Congress of Vienna. She is also editing with with Patricia Clavin and Sunil Amrith, a collection of essays on Histories of Internationalism (CUP, forthcoming); with Carolyn James and Giulia Calvi, a volume on Women, Diplomacy, and International Politics (Routledge, forthcoming); and special journal issues on 'Provincializing Europe' (with Jan Rueger, and Maurizio Isabella), and 'Global Liberalisms', with Tim Rowse. In 2002 she was awarded the Max Crawford Medal by the Australian Academy of the Humanities. In 2006 she was appointed a member of the International Scientific Committee for the History of UNESCO. In 2009 she was elected to the Australian Academy of the Humanities. In 2012 she won the inaugural Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Research Mentoring Award. In the past she has been a visiting fellow at the University of Vienna, Centre for History and Economics, and Charles Warren Centre, Harvard University, the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris, the University of Bologna, Clare Hall, Cambridge University, Leiden University, the European University Institute, Monash University and the ANU. Professor Sluga's research interests include the history of internationalisms, intellectual history of the nation, American and British diplomatic history, the history of international relations, gender in European history, Australian immigration history, the history of human rights, cosmopolitanism and peacemaking.