Prosopography is a traditional method of historical writing that combines institutional and cultural history with collective biography. The use of prosopography in diplomatic history has become more widespread during the last couple of decades. This page will feature discussion of prosopographical and related work.

Recent projects drawing upon work in prosopography include:

The Invention of International Bureaucracy project

The UN History project

The Lausanne project

The League of Nations database

The Visualizing the League of Nations Secretariat digital research tool

The International Ideas at UNESCO project

The EURECON project

The Mapping the Early American Foreign Service project

The Early American Foreign Service database

The Consolation Prize podcast

The DIPLOFACE project

The Global Diplomacy network

The Diplomatic training data visualiser

Some additional thoughts on prosopography: