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Selected recent publications:

Guido van Meersbergen, Ethnography and Encounter: The Dutch and English in Seventeenth-Century South Asia (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2022).

Aske Laursen Brock, Guido van Meersbergen, and Edmond Smith (eds.), Trading Companies and Travel Knowledge in the Early Modern World (Routledge: Abingdon and New York, 2022).

James Poskett, Horizons: A Global History of Science(Penguin, 2022)

Anna Neima, Practical Utopia: The Many Lives of Dartington Hall (CUP, May 2022)

Rosie Dias, “Governing from the Country House: Landscape and the Aesthetics of Colonial Rule in India, 1780-1830” in Romantic Environmental Sensibility: Nature, Class and Empire, ed. Ve-Yin Tee (Edinburgh University Press, 2022)

Charles Walton and Steven L. B. Jensen, Social Rights and the Politics of Obligation in History (CUP, 2022)


Anne Gerritsen, ‘Touching the break: Negotiating the world of art by feel’. in Mix&Stir: New Outlooks on Contemporary Art from Global PerspectivesLink opens in a new window, ed. Helen Westgeest and Kitty Zijlmans (Amsterdam: Valiz, 2021), 137-144.

Slavery, Atlantic trade and skills: a response to Mokyr’s ‘Holy Land of Industrialism’
Maxine Berg and Pat Hudson Journal of the British Academy, volume 9, p. 259-281.

Anne Gerritsen, ‘Porcelain with a Local and Global Story’ in Detours: Social Science Education Research Journal 2.1 (2021): 67-69.

Maxine Berg, 'Commodity Frontiers: Concepts and History' Journal of Global History, 16(3): 451-455.

Tom Long and Carsten-Andreas Schulz, "Republican internationalism: the nineteenth-century roots of Latin American contributions to international order," (Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Jul 2021)

Anne Gerritsen, Giorgio Riello, 'Writing Material Culture History', (Bloomsbury, Feb 2021)

Somak Biswas, Approaching Migration in World History: How to Use Primary Sources’, Research Methods: Primary Sources, Adam Matthew-SAGE, (Nov 2021)