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HTIR Connected research

HTIR collaborates with various institutions, colleagues, and projects to further its aims. Collaborations are in some cases institutionalised, in others, the result of collegial interaction which slowly build into further projects. The objective of these connections is to widen our capacity to develop ideas, support initiatives, and expand our intellectual horizons.

Some of these collaborations are mentioned below.

Institutional Collaborations


HTIR is an official partner of the Centre for Global Knowledge Studies, GLOKNOS, a multi-disciplinary research centre and intellectual community, based at the Centre for the Social Studies and Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge, concerned with the constitution, diffusion, exchange, and use of human knowledges throughout history. Collaboration involves academic exchange at doctoral and postdoctoral levels, and editorial collaborative projects.

Logo's of the Universities of Groningen, Lausanne, Oslo, Brussels Libre and Erfurt

We are founding partners to the GLOBE collective, an international research alliance between professors at universities in Groningen, Lausanne, Oslo, Brussels, and Erfurt to provide support for doctoral and postdoctoral researchers working on our areas of interest, widely conceived as critical international relations, critical international political economy, and critical historical international relations.

Logo of the University of California

We collaborate with Prof. Massimiliano Tomba, from the department of History of Consciousness at University of Californa, Santa Cruz, in themes of temporality and revolution, part of our thematic priority on Modes of Reasoning. The collaboration includes hosting of doctoral students.

Project-based Collaborations

Logo of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs

EMPRISE (Empires, Privateering and the Sea), Norwegian Institute of International Affairs

CHOIR (A Conceptual History of International Relations), Norwegian Institute of International Affairs

Logo of the RUTTER project

The RUTTER project, Making the Earth Global, University of Lisbon

Logo's of Copenhagen Business School and the University of Erfurt

The Politics of Translation in International Relations with Maj Grasten (Copenhagen Business School) and Zeynep Gulsah Capan (University of Erfurt)

Logo's of Viriginia Tech and the University of Oslo

Translation and Interlingual Relations, led by Mauro Caraccioli at Virginia Tech and Einar Wigen at the University of Oslo

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