Writing the history of the global : challenges for the 21st century /

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Other Authors: Berg, Maxine, 1950-
Format: Book
Published: Oxford : Oxford University Press for The British Academy, 2013.
Edition:First edition.
Series:British Academy original paperbacks.
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Table of Contents:
  • Global history: approaches and new directions / Maxine Berg
  • pt. I Interpretations: Ideas and the Making of Global History
  • Problems in global history / David Washbrook
  • Reflections on doing global history / Jan De Vries
  • Notes on some discontents in the historical narrative / Jean-Frederic Schaub
  • pt. II Approaches: Methods and Methodologies in Global History
  • Comparison in global history / Prasannan Parthasarathi
  • Regions and global history / R. Bin Wong
  • Institutions for writing the economic history of the global / Jan Luiten Van Zanden
  • pt. III Shaping Global History
  • Writing about divergences in global history: some implications for scale, methods, aims, and categories / Kenneth Pomeranz
  • The European miracle in global history: an East Asian perspective / Kaoru Sugihara
  • pt. IV Knowledge and Global History
  • Technology and innovation in global history and in the history of the global / Dagmar Schäfer
  • The art of global comparisons / Craig Clunas
  • Global objects: contention and entanglement / Glenn Adamson and Giorgio Riello
  • pt. V Round Table
  • Panel discussion: ways forward and major challenges
  • Globe and empire / John Darwin
  • Africa and global history / Megan Vaughan
  • Writing the history of the global and the state / Peer Vries
  • Identity in global history: a reflection / Sufumi So and Billy Kee-Long So.