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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- The Global Urban History Project’s amazing mentorship and collaboration program is back! If you’re working on cities in their global facets, and are looking for brilliant discussions and networking, please check this out (and retweet)! t.co/1pXrsEUMZV
- Student grants available to all @Harvard students interested in South Asia! Apply by Oct. 22 to fund an internship, language study or research, either virtual or in-country. Read more here: t.co/JdNAKQi9oL t.co/EfJDikzxGb
- Today is the day! Submit your abstracts for Queen's Global History Initiative and the Poverty Research Network at University of Glasgow conference: "Poverty and Scarcity in Global History," Feb. 3-5, 2022. See the CFP for details! @queensu @UofGlasgow @GlobHistHarvard t.co/F4clpjwK4c