The New Atlantic Order: The Transformation of International Politics, 1860-1933

Wednesday, April 20, 2022 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Location: Humanities Quadrangle

Cost: Free but register in advance
320 York Street
New Haven CT 06511
HQ Room 136


International Security Studies will host a discussion on Wednesday, April 20, at 4:30pm, with a presentation by Patrick Cohrs of the University of Florence.

Patrick O. Cohrs is Professor of International History at the University of Florence. He specializes in the History of modern international politics. His work focuses on war and peace and the transformation of the transatlantic and global order in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Before coming to Florence, Patrick O. Cohrs was Associate Professor of History and International Relations at Yale University where he also was one of the co-founders of the Yale International History Workshop. Professor Cohrs received his DPhil from Oxford University in 2002 and was subsequently Alistair Horne Fellow at St Anthony’s College, Oxford, in 2006-7. Earlier, he was a fellow at the Kennedy School of Government and the center for European Studies at Harvard University. He has also held fellowships in London, Paris, Tokyo and Budapest. Having early on taught at Humboldt University Berlin, he was a visiting professor at the Free International University of Social Studies in Rome (2016) and at Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg (2017-18).

He is currently working on the next and final volume of his study of the transformation of the modern Atlantic and global order, which will cover the second half of the “long” twentieth century (1933-2020).

He will discuss his book, “The New Atlantic Order: The Transformation of International Politics, 1860-1933.”

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Faculty, Graduate and Professional, Staff, Students, Undergraduate, Yale Postdoctoral Trainees


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