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Mobilising Shame: Violence, the Media, and International Relations

Primary and secondary sources broadly related to the emergence of an “international community” in the 19th and 20th century; Originally created for HIST301T Transregional History and Methods.

Resources available at University Archives & WU Libraries

This guide contains an overview of collections at the Department of Special Collections at WU Libraries  that include primary sources broadly related to the emergence of an “international community” in the 19th and 20th century.   Topics include human rights, supranational institutions such as the United Nations, influence of the media / journalists, anti-imperialism, and transregional history.

Select Primary Sources: United Nations

Archival collections are located in various departments of the WU Libraries. 

Select Primary Sources: Media & Journalism

These collections are located in various departments of the WU Libraries.

Select Primary Sources: Human Rights (International)

Select Primary Sources: South African Apartheid

Select Primary Sources: Vietnam War

Select Primary Sources: Susan Sontag

Online Primary & Secondary Sources

More Resources

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