Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Jan Stöckmann works on twentieth century political thought and diplomacy. His doctoral dissertation, completed in 2017 at the University of Oxford, explores the formation of International Relations as an academic discipline from 1914 to the Second World War. Other interests include the histories of foreign policy governance, international development, and European integration. Jan holds a B.A. in Philosophy and Economics, and a dual M.A./M.Sc. in International and World History. From 2017 to 2018, he was the Brady-Johnson Fellow at International Security Studies, Yale University. From 2018 to 2019, he was a Wiener-Anspach Postdoctoral Fellow at the Université libre de Bruxelles. His research has been published in The International History Review, History Compass, and the Review of International Studies.
- since 07/2019
Lecturer, Modern History, Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Hamburg
Wiener-Anspach Postdoctoral Fellow, Université libre de Bruxelles
Brady-Johnson Fellow, International Security Studies, Yale University
DPhil in History, University of Oxford
Dual MA/MSc in International and World History, Columbia University and London School of Economics
BA in Philosophy & Economics, Universität Bayreuth
- Twentieth Century International History
- International Relations and Diplomacy
- International Organisations
- Economic Development
- European Integration
- The Productive Society: A Cultural History of Economic Growth since 1945
- The Architects of International Relations: Building a Discipline, Designing the World, 1914-1940
- Foreign Policy and Democratic Governance in Twentieth Century International Politics
‘International security and parliamentary democracy in early European integration’, European Review of History: Revue européenne d’histoire (2021).
‘The First World War and the Democratic Control of Foreign Policy’, Past & Present 249:1 (2020).
‘Women, Wars, and World Affairs: Recovering Feminist International Relations, 1915-1939’, Review of International Studies 44:2 (2018), pp. 215-35.
‘Nationalism and Internationalism in the Study of International Relations, 1900-1939’, History Compass 15:2 (2017).
‘Studying the International, Serving the Nation: The Origins of International Relations Scholarship in Germany, 1912-1933’, International History Review 38:5 (2016), pp. 1055-80.
Letzte Änderung: 20. April 2022