Vol.3 No.2: New Journal Issue published

We are proud to announce the publication of our second issue this year.
It includes a wide range of impressive research articles exploring the possibilities of global history research from a student perspective. Widening our temporal scope, the articles in this edition engage with topics from the early modern period to our current decade. Articles focus on the repercussions of the Russian Revolution, the histories of unexpected agents in global economic relations, longue durée discourses about colonialism, the concept and representations of fascism beyond Europe and a microhistory of an unresolved murder case. 
We have also included reviews of interesting books in the field that have recently been published as well as six reviews of conferences and summer schools of the last months some readers might want to participate in next year.