New Diplomatic History

investigating diplomacy as an extension of social interests, forces, and environments

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New Issue of Diplomatica

Our latest issue, vol 5, no 2, is now available.

Upcoming Conferences

International Friendship within and beyond the Iron Curtain
18–19 April 2024, Ljubljana
 

Culture & International History VII: Uncertain Boundaries in International History
12–14 December 2024, Berlin

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’.

Featured Podcasts

Several new podcasts are now available on our podcasts page. Listeners may also rate and subscribe to them on Apple podcasts, Soundcloud, and Spotify.

The complete series of Professor Jeremy Black’s podcasts about geopolitics may be found here.

Some Recent Articles of Note

Francesco Storti, Isabella Lazzarini, Malika Dekkiche, Imma Petito, and Gianluca Falcucci. CESURA Rivista 2/2 (2023) contains several articles about the New Diplomatic History.
 
 
Sven Sterken and Dennis Pohl, ‘The Architecture of Global Governance: Paths of Approach’, Architectural Theory Review, September 2023.
 
Andreas Greiner, ‘The “Dope Ring Diplomat”: Privileged Mobility, International Intelligence, and the True Crime Press in the Interwar Period’, Bulletin of the German Historical Institute, Fall 2022.
 
Mayte Green-Mercado, ‘Prophecy as Diplomacy in the Fifteenth-Century Mediterranean’, New Global Studies, July 2022.
 
 

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