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Cornwell, Peter and Futter, Christian and Herren, Madeleine. (2021) Repatriation of French Citizens from China during 1945.

Herren, Madeleine. (2021) Foreign residents and global history. Editing History. A symposium on contested relationships between history, politics and truth (743). p. 1.

Herren-Oesch, Madeleine. (2019) All Things Transregional? In: All Things Transregional? A Conversation about Transregional Research. Bonn, pp. 32-37.

Weber, Ralph and Herren, Madeleine. (2019) Re-centering the Middle East. Uni nova, 133. pp. 34-35. Basel.

Herren, Madeleine. (2019) Shaping Multilateralism through the International Civil Service. From Eric Drummond to Dag Hammarskjöld.

Cornwell, Peter and Herren, Madeleine. (2019) Asian Directories and Chronicles: Foreign Residents Benchmark Dataset. [Research Data]

Cornwell, Peter J. and Herren, Madeleine. (2019) Treatment of American National Archives Records of World War II Prisoners of War (0326). [Research Data]

Herren, Madeleine and Knab, Cornelia and Pullano, Teresa and Tobler, Christa and Weber, Ralph. (2018) A Discussion on 'European Global Studies'. Global Europe-Basel Papers on Europe in a Global Perspective, 116. pp. 2-28.

Herren, Madeleine. (2018) Empathie und die Geschichte der internationalen Beziehungen. Schweizerische Diplomatie in Asien. In: Empathie - Individuell und Kollektiv. Interdisziplinäre Veranstaltungen der Aeneas-Silvius-Stiftung. Basel, pp. 199-213.

Herren, Madeleine. (2017) Geneva, 1919–1945: The Spatialities of Public Internationalism and Global Networks. In: Mobilities of Knowledge. Heidelberg, pp. 211-226.

Herren, Madeleine. (2015) Gender and International Relations through the lens of the League of Nations (1919—1945). In: Women, Diplomacy and International Politics since 1500. London, pp. 182-201.

Herren, Madeleine. (2015) European Global Studies. Grenzüberschreitungen auf 90 Grad Nord. In: Fuzzy Boundaries. Festschrift für Antonio Loprieno, 2. Hamburg, pp. 601-618.

Herren, Madeleine . (2015) All Things transregional? In conversation with Madeleine Herren-Oesch. Trafo Blog for transregional research. Bonn.

Herren, Madeleine. (2014) European Global Studies: The Historicity of Europe's Global Entanglements with a Focus on Interdisciplinary Research. Global Europe - Basel Papers on Europe in a Global Perspective, H. 105. pp. 6-16.

Löhr, Isabella and Herren, Madeleine. (2014) Gipfeltreffen im Schatten der Weltpolitik: Arthur Sweetser und die Mediendiplomatie des Völkerbunds. Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, Jg. 62, H. 5. pp. 411-424.

Herren, Madeleine, ed. (2014) Networking the international system : global histories of international organizations. Cham.

Herren, Madeleine. (2014) Internationale Zwangsverwaltungen : Perspektiven einer postkolonialen Geschichte internationaler Organisationen. In: Zwangsadministrationen : legitimierte Fremdverwaltung im historischen Vergleich (17. bis 21. Jahrhundert). Berlin, pp. 143-162.

Herren, Madeleine. (2014) Between Territoriality, Performance, and Transcultural Entanglement (1920-1939): A Typology of Transboundary Lives. Comparativ : Zeitschrift für Globalgeschichte und vergleichende Gesellschaftsforschung, 23 (6). pp. 100-124.

Herren, Madeleine. (2014) Der Aufstieg der Subalternen: Diplomatie und genderbezogene Professionalisierung, 1919-1945. In: Das Geschlecht der Diplomatie: Geschlechterrollen in den Aussenbeziehungen vom Spätmittelalter bis zum 20. Jahrhundert. Köln, pp. 201-214.

Herren, Madeleine. (2013) Global Corporatism after World War - The Indian Case. In: Globalizing Social Rights. The International Labour Organization and beyond. Basingstoke, pp. 137-152.

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Herren, Madeleine. (2021) "Very old Chinese bells, a large number of which were melted down." Art, Trade, and Materiality in the Global Transformations of Japanese Bells. Global Europe. Basel Papers on Europe in a Global Perspective, 120. pp. 37-54.

Herren, Madeleine. (2021) Introduction. A New Global in Times of Transition? Global Europe. Basel Papers on Europe in a Global Perspective, 120. pp. 3-7.

Burghartz, Susanna and Thomsen, Hans Bjarne and Herren-Oesch, Madeleine. (2021) Forgotten Icons of Global Transition: Erasmus of Rotterdam and the Buddhist Bell Trade. Global Europe. Basel Papers on Europe in a Global Perspective, 120. pp. 3-54.

Herren, Madeleine. (2021) Strength through Diversity? The Paradox of Extraterritoriality and the History of the Odd Ones Out. In: Politics and the Histories of International Law. The Quest for Knowledge and Justice. Leiden, Boston, pp. 13-35.

Herren, Madeleine. (2020) Strength through Diversity? The Paradox of Extraterritoriality and the History of the Odd Ones Out. Journal of the history of international law, 22 (2-3). pp. 306-328.

Herren, Madeleine. (2018) Unfolding Europe in a Global Context: Security Issues as an Imperial Practice and an Analytical Lens. A Commentary. Journal of modern European history, 16 (3). pp. 370-378.

Herren, Madeleine. (2017) Fascist Internationalism. In: Internationalisms: A Twentieth Century History. Cambridge, pp. 191-212.

Herren-Oesch, Madeleine. (2017) To Reform the World. International Organizations and the Making of Modern States, written by Guy Fiti Sinclair. Journal of the History of International Law, 19 (4). pp. 531-535.

Herren, Madeleine. (2016) International Organizations, 1865-1945. In: The Oxford Handbook of International Organizations. Oxford, pp. 91-112.

Herren-Oesch, Madeleine. (2016) Diplomatie im Fokus der Globalgeschichte. Neue politische Literatur, 61 (3). pp. 413-438.

Herren, Madeleine. (2014) Globalization of Death: Foreign Cemeteries in a Transnational Perspective. In: Entangled Histories: The Transcultural Past of Northeast China. Cham, pp. 59-79.

Herren, Madeleine. (2013) 'They Already Exist' - Don’t They? Conjuring Global Networks along the Flow of Money. In: The Nation State and Beyond. Governing Globalization Processes in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Heidelberg, pp. 43-62.