The Weatherhead Initiative on Global History (WIGH)/Weatherhead Research Cluster on Global Transformations promotes global history as a critical humanistic enterprise in today’s world of coexisting and contending cultures through research, writing, teaching, and international exchange. By partnering with institutions around the world, we have created a new kind of network that embeds global history in global conversations.
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- It's official! Queen's University and the Poverty Research Network at the University of Glasgow are happy to invite submissions to our upcoming conference on poverty and scarcity in global history. Click and share the link below to see our new CFP. t.co/dquU7flQDI
- @Riteshjais17 Congratulations, Dr. Jaiswal!
- “A new imperial geography has probed the evolution of collective imaginations since the 1950s”: @SophieSchoepfel (@GlobHistHarvard) examines the persistence of colonial nostalgia in the culture and politics of postwar France and beyond. t.co/4pvUatWLvR