Beyond Empires' Science: Inter-Imperial Pacific Science Networks in the 1920s
The examination of the Pan-Pacific Science Congress (PSC) contributes to making the history of international organizations more global. This chapter argues that in the region where independent nation states were few, the PSC expert network developed fora for inter-imperial cooperative schemes in the 1920s. Although the USA dominated, the PSC’s focus on the inside of the Pacific prompted continental European participation, and fora-participants were predominantly imperial/colonial experts. New...[Show more]
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