Susan Zimmermann (Austria) is University Professor at the Central European University and also teaches at the University of Vienna. She has widely published on social protection policies in local and transnational contexts, the history of women's organizations and movements internationally and in the Habsburg Monarchy, and on internationalisms and the politics of global inequality. Her most recent monographs are . Internationale Netzwerke, Organisationen, Bewegungen und die Politik der globalen Ungleichheit. 17. bis 21. Jahrhundert (Vienna, Mandelbaum, 2010), and Divide, Provide and Rule. An Integrative History of Poverty Policy, Social Policy and Social Reform in Hungary under the Habsburg Monarchy (Budapest-New York, CEU Press, 2011). Currently she is working on a book manuscript entitled International Labour Standards, Women's Work, and Unequal Development. The ILO, woman internationalists, and globalizing gender politics, 1919-1939 (forthcoming, in German, with Löcker Verlag, Vienna).