Les organisations internationales, terrains d'étude de la globalisation: Jalons pour une approche socio-historique

TitleLes organisations internationales, terrains d'étude de la globalisation: Jalons pour une approche socio-historique
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsKott, Sandrine
JournalCritique internationale
Volume3
Issue52
Pagination9-16
Abstract

The growing interest of historians in international organizations is part of a movement of "globalization" of the discipline, in its themes as well as in its practices. This turning point is marked by an expansion of the reference space. Of course, the nation, the region or the village remain relevant units for the historian of the global, but these units are grasped in their relations with other spaces, on the basis of a renewed attention to connections and circulations, traditionally neglected in a strictly monographic framework. We can focus on disentangling the complicated web of these circulations, highlighting "circulatory regimes"; we can also look for the global in the local, by working on the processes of internationalization of local and / or national realities and on the very mechanics of internationalization. From this dual perspective, international organizations and associations constitute particularly fruitful fields of study.

URLhttp://www.cairn.info/revue-critique-internationale-2011-3-page-9.htm
Translated TitleInternational Organizations, Fields of Study of Globalization: Milestones for a Socio-Historical Approach
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