In response to the increasing interest in the ‘global’ as a field of inquiry, a perspective, and an approach, 'Global Histories: a student journal' aims to offer a platform for debate, discussion and intellectual exchange for a new generation of scholars with diverse research interests. Global history can provide an opportunity to move beyond disciplinary boundaries and methodological centrisms, both in time and space. As students of global history at Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, our interest lies not in prescribing what global history is and what it is not, but to encourage collaboration, cooperation, and discourse among students seeking to explore new intellectual frontiers.

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Call for Papers Now Open

2022-06-07

We are pleased to announce that we are now opening our call for papers for our next issue, 8.2, to be published in November 2022. The deadline for submissions is August 14th, 2022.

We encourage the submission of research articles, methodological and public history essays giving examples of concrete research informed by global historical perspectives or reflecting relevant methodological considerations. We also welcome the submission of recent book or conference reviews. 

Article submissions should be 5000-7500 words, essays 3000-6000 words, and reviews approximately 1000-1500 words, all including footnotes. All submissions must be in English, follow the Chicago Manual of Style for Notes and must not be under review or have been previously published elsewhere. For more detailed information on our submission guidelines please consult: http://www.globalhistories.com/index.php/GHSJ/about/submissions.

Authors should register on our website to submit their work. Questions related to topics or submissions should be directed to submissions@globalhistories.com well in advance of the August 14th, 2022 final deadline.

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In response to the increasing interest in the ‘global’ as a field of inquiry, a perspective, and an approach, 'Global Histories: a student journal' aims to offer a platform for debate, discussion and intellectual exchange for a new generation of scholars with diverse research interests. Global history can provide an opportunity to move beyond disciplinary boundaries and methodological centrisms, both in time and space. As students of global history at Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, our interest lies not in prescribing what global history is and what it is not, but to encourage collaboration, cooperation, and discourse among students seeking to explore new intellectual frontiers.

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Vol. 7 No. 2 (2021): Global histories 7 (2)
Published: 2022-01-26

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