Carole Fink

Ohio State University

Carole Fink, Humanities Distinguished Professor of History Emerita at The Ohio State University and Professor of History Emerita at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington has recently published Writing 20 th Century International History: Explorations and Examples and the second edition of Cold War: An International History. She is the author of two prize- winning books, Defending the Rights of Others: The Great Powers, the Jews, and International Minority Protection, 1878-1938, and The Genoa Conference: European Diplomacy, 1921-1922 as well as Marc Bloch: A Life in History, which has been translated into six languages.

She has edited seven books, written sixty scholarly articles. Her next book, to appear in 2019, is on West German-Israeli relations between 1965 and 1974.

The League of Nations

The Wilsonian Conception facing Postwar Realities
Recent scholarly works have expanded our knowledge and understanding of the world’s first global organization. The new League of Nations, although born with serious shortcomings and failing to establish either a robust collective-security regime or universal disarmament, in its first decade did produce significant innovations, not only in promoting minority rights and restraining Western imperialism but also in its humanitarian work resettling refugees, in curbing epidemics, and in promoting social, economic, and intellectual cooperation.
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