Democratic rights are often conceived of, and have developed, in national frameworks. However, not all groups within the nation state have always felt they could stake their claims sufficiently on the national stage. In order to make their claims heard and increase their legitimacy they appealed to the international stage, a phenomenon that Keck and Sikkink call the boomerang effect. This workshop aims to contribute to this literature by investigating the connections between scales of mobilisation.
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Perhaps those of us at the WHA this week in Savannah can meet for coffee to continue this discussion and figure out a way to best include interested persons not in attendance. My email is: email@example.com
The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from 22 June
2015 to 29 June 2015.
You should take a look at:
Charles H. Feinstein, Peter Temin and Gianni Toniolo, The World Economy between the Wars.
Charles Kindleberger, The World in Depression, 1929-1939.
Canadian Historical Review