Daniel Laqua

Daniel Laqua’s research explores the intersections between different forms of internationalism in 19th-/20th-century Europe. In this context, he has written about a range of historical phenomena, including pacifism, humanitarianism, freethought, literary exchanges and the League of Nations. His monograph The Age of Internationalism and Belgium, 1880-1930: Peace, Progress and Prestige (Manchester, 2013) examines how a small West European states became a hub for a range of international campaigns, congresses and associations. Daniel  Laqua convened the Sites of Internationalism at the Fin de Siècle: Between Metropolis and Cosmopolis workshop at the University of Northumbria in September 2010.

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