With expertise in Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe, the interests of the Global History and Culture Centre's members span the globe, and it is the connections between these different regions that are the main focus of the Centre's activities.
Established in 2007, the Centre forms an important part of the Department of History and the wider University. The Centre is at the fore of the development of global history as an integral part of the field of history.
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The Centre also hosts many other research projects and fellowships supported by a variety of funding bodies. We engage in teaching, graduate research, academic publications, host visiting academic fellows, participate in research networks, and organise symposia, conferences, and seminar series, such as a conference on micro- and global history. An AHRC-funded network on Global Microhistory continues this work. Berg's ERC-funded project
Annual Lecture and Conference 2018: Global Microhistory
The Annual Lecture (17/5/18) will be given by Professor Paula Findlen (Stanford) and forms part of the first Global Microhistory Conference. See there for more information, the programme and registration details.