to the web pages of the History of International Relations textbook project. In this book we provide a brief overview of the history of international relations from an explicitly non-European point of view. Europe certainly matters but, as it turns out, not all that much.
We are hard at work on the book but a couple of chapters (on India and on the European expansion) are yet to be completed. The other chapters are ready in draft form. Check out our "research blog" where we post additional material and updates, and follow us on Twitter. We tweet on things historical and non-European above all.
We are working on teaching material too that we will put online. Meanwhile, check out the course on "Comparative International Systems" that Erik taught at Lund University during the fall semester of 2014.
We are thrilled that the textbook will be published by Open Book Publishers, in open access format, that our text will be free for everyone to read online or to download as pdfs, but also to buy as a regular book.
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