A new website had been created, based at Birkbeck, University of London: The Reluctant Internationalists: A History of Public Health and International Organisations, Movements and Experts in Twentieth Century Europe. A central concern of The Reluctant Internationalists is the role played by debates about public health and (real or imagined) crises in the formation of international structures, mechanisms and organizations in twentieth century Europe.
The Reluctant Internationalists is a four-year project funded by a Wellcome Trust Investigator Award and led by Dr Jessica Reinisch. The core research team comprises Ana Antic, Dora Vargha and Johanna Conterio-Geisler (postdoctoral researchers), and David Bryan (PhD student). You can find more information about the project, its participants, along with updates on upcoming workshops, events, fellowships, blog posts and news on the website http://www.bbk.ac.uk/reluctantinternationalists/