International health in global governance after the First World War

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Week 6: International health in global governance after the First World War

(Professor Patricia Clavin)

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Professor of International History Patricia Clavin's recent publications include The Great Depression in Europe, 1929-1939; The Failure of Economic Diplomacy: Britain, Germany, France and the US, 1931-36; and Securing the World Economy: The Reinvention of the League of Nations, 1920-1946.

Her research looks at how different types of security interconnect, and explicitly explores how people came to understand the relationship between health, the environment, financial flows and trade after the First World World - nationally and internationally - and how women in general, and a few women in Oxford, were central to these discoveries.