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What is Global History? (Giorgio Riello)

Readings

M.W. Lewis and Karten Wigen, The Myth of Continents: a Critique of Metageography (1997)

Sanjay Subrahmanyam, ‘Connected Histories;Notes towards a Reconfiguration of Early Modern Eurasia’, Modern Asian Studies, 1 (1997, pp. 735-762.

A.G. Hopkins, Globalization in World History (2002).

Bruce Mazlish, ‘Comparing Global History to World History’ , Journal of Interdisciplinary History 28/3, (1998), pp. 385-395.

Kenneth Pomeranz, ‘Social History and World History: From Daily Life to Patterns of Change’ , Journal of World History 18/1 (March 2007), pp. 69-98. 

Merry E. Wiesner, ‘World History and the History of Women, Gender, and Sexuality’, Journal of World History 18/1 (March 2007), pp. 53- 67.

‘I am not going to Call myself a Global Historian’: an Interview with C.A. Bayly’, Itinerario, 31, no. 1 (2007), pp. 5-14

Eliga H. Gould, ‘Entangled Histories, Entangled Worlds: The English-Speaking Atlantic as a Spanish Periphery’, American Historical Review , 112 (2007), pp. 764–786 .

Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, ‘Entangled Histories: Borderland Historiographies in New Clothes?’, American Historical Review , 112 (2007), pp. 787-799 .

‘Global Times and Spaces: on Historicizing the Global’ History Workshop Journal, 64/1 (Autumn 2007), pp. 321-346.

Markus P.M. Vink, ‘Indian Ocean Studies and the ‘new thalassology’, Journal of Global History, 2/1 (2007), pp. 41-62. *