Joseph Baratta (History) was the most recent featured speaker for WSU’s Shared Scholarship Series, which allows faculty members to share their scholarship with colleagues.
His lecture, “The History of Efforts to Establish a World Federation in the Forties,” focused on his research of the world federation movement, which was featured in his two-volume book, The Politics of World Federation, which has been referenced in numerous publications.
Baratta discussed the history of the movement and dispelled many of its myths and fallacies. He also commented on the potential for the world federation to take shape in the future.
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