Dr Emma Kluge is a Max Weber Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the European University Institute. Her work sits at the intersection of Pacific History, decolonization and international history. Her forthcoming book focuses on the West Papuan campaign for independence at the United Nations in the 1960s.
Postdoctoral research fellow, European University Institute
PhD Candidate, University of Sydney
University of Sydney, Doctor of Philosophy
University of Sydney, Bachelor of Arts (Hons I)
University of Adelaide, Bachelor of Arts
A New Agenda for the Global South: West Papua, the UN and the Politics of Decolonisation, Humanity
West Papua and the International History of Decolonization, 1961-69, International History Review