UNESCO: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization

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Glenda Sluga

Glenda Sluga is Associate Professor of History at the University of Sydney.
She is currently working on a history of the ideas of nation, race, and rights, which focuses on the formation of a new world order during the two decades after 1945, and the implementation of these ideas in the creation and organisation of the United Nations and UNESCO.
She has developed her interest in these themes in a number of publications, most recently The Problem of Trieste and the Italo-Yugoslav Border (SUNY, 2001), and of The Nation, Psychology and International Politics, 1870-1919 (forthcoming), and Gender Images and the New World Order: On the European Debates of an International Peace Order after the First World War in J. Davy, K. Hagemann, & U. Katzel (eds), Pacifists/Pacifism: Peace and Conflict research as Gender Research (Klartext, Essen).
She is also editing with Sunil Amrith a special issue of The Journal of World History devoted to new historical work on the UN.

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