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The GHC International Reasearch Group (GRDI), placed under the supervision of the CNRS, is a pivotal component of Global History Collaborative. Full descriptions of the GDRI project can be acces here (in English) and here (in French)
Call for Papers: Runaways: Desertion and Mobility in Global Labor History, c. 1650-1850 22-23 October 2015, Amsterdam, International Institute of Social History Department of History, University of Pittsburgh Early modern globalization depended on the mobility and work of millions of workers … Continued
Work and Non-Work in Global Perspective. Resonances, Connections, Contradictions, Seoul (Korea), August 2015 The international research centre IGK Work and Human Life Cycle in Global History (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) and the Preparatory Committee of ‘Institute of Critical Transnational Studies’ and … Continued
GLOBAL HISTORY STUDENT CONFERENCE APRIL 24TH-25TH 2015, BERLIN Call for papers (deadline: 1st of March 2015 on globalhistorystudentconference) « In recent years, global history has become one of the most ambitious and most promising strands of historical research. The approach specifically targets relations, … Continued
Global History Collaborative First Annual Summer School September 7-13, 2015 – Tokyo Overall Title: The Question of Scale in Global History Concept and Objective: In global history studies that are not entrenched in the conventional frameworks of historical research, it … Continued
The Todai group will organize a conference on the history of Africa in world history (in Japanese) on January 25, 2015. More information at http://coretocore.ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/events/2014/12/post.html
We are glad to announce the publication of two recent books by Alessandro Stanziani: Sailors, Slaves, and immigrants. Bondage in the Indian Ocean World, 1750-1914, by Alessandro Stanziani (Palgrave McMillan, Sept. 2014) see on the publisher’s webpage Presentation Slaves, convicts, indentured immigrants, and … Continued
Brill is annoucing the forthcoming series entited « Studies in Global History« . For more information : http://www.brill.com/forthcoming-series-studies-global-slavery Edited by Damian Alan Pargas, Leiden University, and Jeff Fynn-Paul, Leiden University As an institution in which human beings were held captive and accorded the … Continued
Global History Collaborative will held its first summer school in Tokyo, Monday 7 – Friday 11 September 2015 at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo The topic of this summer school is : The Question of … Continued
One of the missions of the Global History Collaborative consortium will be to propose study and research programs, grants, positions and opportunities for junior scholars as well as for senior scholars. Announcements will be published in the « Programs & resources » … Continued
A list of the people involved in GHC is available here. This list will be regularly updated. Please come back soon.
As a way to introduce Global History Collaborative to our visitors, we publish in this note the short presentation of the project: Global History Collaborative is based in Berlin / Paris / Princeton / Tokyo. centers from EHESS, the Freie Universität of … Continued
Dear all, We are glad to welcome you on the brand new website of the Global History Collaborative consortium. Learn more on the organization and scientific goals of the GHC by browsing the various sections of our website. The GHC … Continued