Welcome to the Diplomatic Cultures Research Network. This network aims to examine the idea of diplomatic cultures around three intersecting issues:
  1. the strategies and modes of translation between and across diplomatic cultures
  2. the role of space and spatiality in diplomatic exchange
  3. the articulation of diplomatic cultures and practices beyond traditional spaces of state-focused diplomacy.

The Network is international and interdisciplinary in scope and composed of academics, practitioners, and other stakeholders from around the world. The Network’s primary activities will involve three workshops, to be held in Cambridge, London, and The Hague. However, the Network is open to anyone who has an interest in the aims above. Online aspects of the Network include a list-serve (click here to join), a blog, and the archived recordings of the three workshops, available on this website’s workshop pages.

This Research Network is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council under its ‘Translating Cultures’ research theme (AH/J013900/1).

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