investigating diplomacy as an extension of social interests, forces, and environments
Our latest issue, vol 5, no 1, is now available.
Diplomatic Capitals: Transformations, (De)localizations, Legitimations since 1945
6–7 June 2023, Paris
Webinar: Foreign Consulates and Consular Agents in France in the 20th Century
deadline for abstracts: 7 July 2023
Practices of Public Diplomacy, 1500-2020
18-20 October 2023, Amsterdam
New Book about Transatlantic Relations
Bram Boxhoorn and Giles Scott-Smith have published a collection of primary documents about transatlantic relations: The Transatlantic Era in Documents and Speeches (1989-2020), Routledge / 2021. The book may be found here.
Mattingly Prize Winner Announced
Every year Brill, the editorial board of Diplomatica, and the New Diplomatic History Network award a prize for an article of excellence and originality on the subject of diplomatic society or culture, broadly defined.
The recipient of the prize for Volume 4 (2022) is Bradley J. Cavallo for his article in Vol. 4, Issue 1: Cosimo I de’ Medici’s Dissimulation of Diplomacy in the Guardaroba Nuova. The prize committee noted: ‘Cavallo’s article is an erudite and thought-provoking discussion of the complex positionality of portraiture in diplomatic gift-giving, through his study of the Guardaroba Nuova in Palazzo Vecchio, Florence. The committee was impressed by the depth of his intellectual engagement based on a wide range of literature, making this a thought piece’.
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