Matthias Schulz

Prof. Matthias Schulz

 – Professor at the University of Geneva

Matthias SCHULZ has been since 2007 professor of the history of international relations and transnational history at the University of Geneva and, from 2014 to 2019, director of the Department of History. Prior to this, he taught at the universities of Rostock, Mannheim, and Vanderbilt University. He has published six books and roughly 70 articles and miscellaneous contributions on the history of international relations and European integration, and coordinated several special issues of scholarly journals. A member of the Global Studies Institute and the Commission of Documents diplomatiques suisses, board member of the scholarly journal Relations internationales, and general-secretary of the Comité franco-allemand de l’histoire du XIXe et XXe siècle, his recent publications on peace and international institutions include e.g.:
• “Cultures of Peace and Security from the Vienna Congress to the Twenty-First Century: Characteristics and Dilemmas”, in: Beatrice de Graaf, Ido de Haan, Brian Vick, Securing Europe After Napoleon, 1815 and the New European Security Culture, (forthcoming) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018, p. 21-39;
• “The Concert of Europe and international security governance : how did dit operate, what did it accomplish, what were its shortcomings, what can we learn ?” in : Harald Müller/Carsten Rauch (eds.), Great Power Multilateralism and the Prevention of War : Debating a 21st Century Concert of Great Powers, London/New York : Routledge, 2017, p. 26-45;
• “La Société des Nations et la résolution pacifique des différends: règles, normes et pratiques”, in: Robert Kolb (ed.), Commentaire sur le Pacte de la Société des Nations, Bruxelles : Bruylant, 2015, p. 1247-1299 ;