New 'Global Histories' Issue published!

We are happy to announce the publication of our autumn issue this year. 

It includes a wide variety of pieces exploring the possibilities of global history research from a student perspective. Research articles range from the 15th-century Atlantic to the 1990s Mediterranean, comprising a variety of questions, perspectives and approaches to the global history research. This issue also includes the usual book and conference review sections. Finally, we are also pleased to present the Public History section, which intends to reflect on the role of 'global' discourses in representations of the past.