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Nadine Akhund


Nadine Akhund

Docteur en Histoire

New York, USA

Contact : nadine.akhund.lange@gmail.com

Parcours et formation

  • Research associate at IRICE (Paris-Sorbonne University)
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University (2001-2009) : The Balkans (1878-1995) : National Identities and the Islamic Factor.
  • Member of the International Commission of Historical Slavic Studies since 2010 Member of the convention executive committee of the Association for the Studies of Nationalities (ASN), Columbia University.

Thèmes de recherche

  • Research project on the history of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
  • The role of the Endowment in Central and Southeastern Europe before and after WWI.
  • International relations and interventions, peace movement and emergence of international law (Europe and USA).
  • Nationalism and identities in modern and contemporary Balkans



  • “Une enquête internationale dans les Balkans. La commission Carnegie, de l’expédition au rapport de 1913-1914”, C. Horel (ed.), Les Guerres Balkaniques (1912-1913), conflits, enjeux, memoires. Paris: Peter Lang, International Issues 31, 2014.
  • The Great Powers Policy of Intervention in Macedonia before 1914 in J. Angelow (ed) : Der Erste Weltkrieg auf dem Balkan, Berlin : Bebra Verlag, 2011 
  • The Macedonian Question 1893-1908. From Western Sources. East European Monographs, Boulder. New York : Columbia University Press, 1998.
  • The Macedonian Question 1893-1912 : IMRO, the Liberation Movement of Macedonia. In Chiclet (C.), Lory (B.) (ed) : La République de Macédoine, Paris : lHarmattan, 1998.

Articles Selection

  • “Veterans and Philanthropy after the Great War: Role and Representations from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace”, Contemporary Military Challenges 19/2, Ljublijana, 2017.
  • “Civilians and Leadership: The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Great War”, Conflict Studies Working Group (CSWG, NATO), Athens 2016.
  • “Penser la Grande Guerre au prisme des Balkans”, Monde(s) histoire espaces relations No 9/1 Paris, 2016.

  • The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in the Great War: Perceptions and Impact of the Balkans, Srdjan Rudić, Miljan Milkić (dir.), “Great War, Serbia, the Balkans and Great Powers” the Institute of History, Strategic Research Institute, Belgrade, 2015.

  • “Stabilizing a Crisis and the Mürzsteg Agreement of 1903: International Efforts to Pacify Macedonia”, Hungarian Historical Review, Vol. 3/3, Budapest, 2014.
  • The Work of the Carnegie Endowment in the Balkans after World War One : The University Library of Belgrade 1919-1926, Infotheca, No2/Vol. 12, August 2011, Belgrade 2011.
  • “The Two Carnegie Reports: From the Balkan Expedition of 1913 to the Albanian Trip of 1921. A Comparative Approach” Balkanologie, No1-2/Vol. XIV, Paris, 2012.
  • “Muslim Representation in the three Ottoman vilayets of Macedonia: Administration and military power 1878-1908”. Journal of Muslims Minority Affairs Vol.29/4, London, 2009.