Women’s International Thought

A JHI Blog Forum

What will it take to write women back into the intellectual histories of international politics? On the occasion of the new anthology Women’s International Thought, three professors reflect on the value and impact of assembling the often forgotten writings of female activists, scholars, religious workers, and journalists in one place, followed by a commentary from junior scholar Elisavet Papalexopoulou.

Glenda Sluga, Women and the History of International Thinking

Or Rosenboim, Re-Drawing the Contours of International Relations

Barbara E. Savage, On How to Construct a Canon

Elisavet Papalexopoulou, Writing Connective Histories