A History of Human Rights and Sports Diplomacy with Barbara Keys

Episode 9 November 08, 2018 00:25:25
A History of Human Rights and Sports Diplomacy with Barbara Keys
Dyason House Podcast
A History of Human Rights and Sports Diplomacy with Barbara Keys
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Show Notes

In the final episode of series 2, we're joined by Associate Professor Barbara Keys of the University of Melbourne. Barbara is an historian of international affairs, and the author of two books - Reclaiming American Virtue and Globalizing Sport. In 2019, she will serve as the president of the Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations. This week, we discuss human rights and sports diplomacy.

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