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Centenary of the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation of the League of Nations

Edited by Martin Grandjean

Published by the United Nations Library and Archives Geneva and the University of Lausanne

Grandjean, M. (ed). Centenary of the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation of the League of Nations. Geneva, 2022, 94 pages.

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  Table of contents 3
  The Centenary of Intellectual Cooperation 6
Martin Grandjean Intellectual Cooperation, a Short Historiographical Overview 7-12
Charlotte Faucher European cultural diplomacies and the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation (ICIC) 13-14
Marilena Papadaki N. Politis (1872-1942), a “governments’ intellectual’: the promotion of the idea of intellectual cooperation as a basis for world peace 15-16
Pelle Van Dijk Mobilising international public opinion: Moral disarmament as the public diplomacy of the League of Nations 17-19
Jonathan Voges In the engine room of intellectual cooperation. A prosographic approach to the civil servants of the Institut international de coopération intellectuelle in Paris 20-21
Ilaria Scaglia A League of Minds with a Heart: Intellectual Cooperation and Emotions in the Interwar Period and Beyond 22-23
Johannes Feichtinger Central Europe and The Making of Intellectual Cooperation 24-26
Anastassiya Schacht Scholars amidst borders: Soviet representation to the League’s Committee on Intellectual Cooperation as an attempt of cross-ideological cooperation in the interwar Europe 27-29
Monika Šipelytė Gabrielle Radziwill: the story of Eastern European princess at the service of Intellectual Cooperation 30-31
Camila Gatica Mizala ‘Le film, éducateur universel”. The reception of the International Educational Cinematographic Institute in Chile 32-33
Annamaria Ducci The League of Nations and Cultural Heritage. For an intellectual history of a notion 34-35
Christiane Sibille « Les relations internationales au point de vue musical » – Music and Intellectual Cooperation 36
Leandro Lacquaniti The Argentine Commission for Intellectual Cooperation. The itinerary of a cultural diplomacy agency of the Argentine State (1936-1948) 37-44
Nelva Mildred Hernandez Sosa and Alexandra Pita Gonzalez Mexico and the Permanent International Studies Conference. The Sense of the International, 1928-1939 45
Arnab Dutta Towards the Invention of a Common Language of Science: The League of Nations’ Committee for Intellectual Cooperation and the Colonial Question in British India 46-48
Takashi Saikawa Nationalism and Internationalism in Intellectual Co-operation: Aikitsu Tanakadate and the Romanization of Japanese Language 49
Jennifer Chang The Bibliothèque Sino-Internationale and the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation, 1933-1939 50-51
Emeline Brylinski and Rita Hofstetter Education and childhood, a coveted field. The International Bureau of Education, an intergovernmental body seized in its relational network 52-54
Kaiyi Li Teaching about the League of Nations: An attempt of cultivating international consensus during the interwar period 55-56
Xavier Riondet How to guide and justify the work of the Intellectual Cooperation on textbooks? About the constitution and the action of the Committee of Experts de 1931 57-58
Tomás Irish ‘The League Committee of Intellectual Cooperation (…) has never attracted much sympathy in Great Britain’: Britain and Intellectual Co-operation in the Interwar Period 59-60
Benjamin Martin Fascist Cultural Internationalism? Intellectual Cooperation in Mussolini’s Italy, 1925-1937 61-62
Jan Stöckmann Academic Refugees and Intellectual Cooperation at the League of Nations 63-66
Joyce Goodman Laura Dreyfus-Barney (1897-1974), the International Council of Women and International Intellectual Cooperation at Paris, Geneva, and Rome 67-70
Diana Roig Sanz A Global and Gender Perspective to the Historiography of Intellectual Cooperation 71-73
Itzel Toledo Garcia Women in International Cooperation during the Interwar Period: the case of Mexican Palma Guillén 74-75
Elisabet Carbo-Catalan Translation activities in the Organization of Intellectual Cooperation 76-78
Thomas Davies Three Approaches to Transnational Intellectual Cooperation: The Entente Committee of the Royal Society of Literature, International PEN, and the Co-ordinating Committee of the Major International Associations, 1916-1939 79-80
  Bibliography 81-89
  Conference program 90-93
  Credits 94