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Journal of Global History
  • ISSN: 1740-0228 (Print), 1740-0236 (Online)
  • Editor: Professor William Gervase Clarence-Smith SOAS, University of London, UK
  • Editorial board
Journal of Global History addresses the main problems of global change over time, together with the diverse histories of globalization. It also examines counter-currents to globalization, including those that have structured other spatial units. The journal seeks to transcend the dichotomy between 'the West and the rest', straddle traditional regional boundaries, relate material to cultural and political history, and overcome thematic fragmentation in historiography. The journal also acts as a forum for interdisciplinary conversations across a wide variety of social and natural sciences.

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History blog

  • Call For Africa Bibliography Introductory Papers
  • 19 April 2018, Written by Stephanie Kitchen, Managing Editor
  • We are seeking articles of 5,000-8,000 words on topics relating to research, libraries, archives and publishing in and on Africa, and in African studies, are...
  • Central European history and the opening up of Europe
  • 17 April 2018, Ludivine Broch, Matthew Frank and Jessica Reinisch
  • Introducing a new virtual special issue from Contemporary European History. Since its creation in 1992 the journal Contemporary European History has actively sought to bridge Cold War divides and to bring the histories of Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern Europe into the same frame of analysis.…...
  • Central European History at Fifty (1968–2018): Special Commemorative Issue
  • 14 April 2018, Andrew I. Port, Editor of Central European History
  • This blog post is taken from the ‘Letter from the Editor’ to the special edition of Central European History published to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of This special issue celebrating CEH’s fiftieth anniversary is divided into three parts that, together, offer wide-ranging reflections on the past, present, and future of both the journal and the historiography of German-speaking Central Europe as a whole.…...