The International history Group at Dartmouth comprises faculty from departments of history, government, economics and geography with research interests in historical ties that stretch across national boundaries. We’re interested in formal diplomatic relations and other kinds of state-to-state interactions, but also study transnational flows of people, goods, capital, technologies and ideas. Each year, the program invites to Dartmouth scholars who are conducting cutting edge research in history—research that can offer interdisciplinary historical perspective on issues of current concern, such as nationalism, globalization, human rights, and regional conflict.

Supported by the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences.