Author Archives: Corinna R. Unger

About Corinna R. Unger

Corinna R. Unger is Professor of Global and Colonial History at the European University Institute, Florence. Her publications include Entwicklungspfade in Indien: Eine internationale Geschichte, 1947-1980 (Göttingen: Wallstein, 2015), and as a co-editor International Organizations and Development, 1945-1990 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), with Marc Frey and Sönke Kunkel; and Twentieth Century Population Thinking: A Critical Reader of Primary Sources (Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2016), with the Population Thinking Network.

Comment on Joseph Hodge, On the Historiography of Development (Part I and II)

This post is part of a roundtable discussion on two historiographic articles by Joseph Hodge published in recent issues of Humanity. For more about the roundtable and all currently available posts please see this page. In comparatively little time, the history of development has become a highly popular and equally populated subject of scholarly research. It is characterized by lively debates and a high number of publications of all genres, and it might well be considered one of the most productive fields of research in Continue reading →