CFP: Global Histories: A Student Journal

Are you a graduate student working on global history themes and looking for an outlet for your work? Consider publishing in Global Histories, the student-run journal of the Global History MA program at the Humboldt University in Berlin and the Freie Universität Berlin. More information on the latest call for submissions follows: In recent years, global […]

Fellowships, International Research Center “Work and Human Lifecycle in Global History,” Humboldt University Berlin

For scholars working on labor history, broadly conceived, or related fields with a global history bent, here’s a terrific opportunity for the 2017-2018 academic year in Germany. As a recent call for applications notes: The International Research Center “Work and Human Lifecycle in Global History” at Humboldt University in Berlin, funded by the Federal Ministry […]

1 Post-doctoral & 12 Doctoral Positions (The Graduate School Global Intellectual History, Berlin)

For those TPF readers looking for post-doctoral or doctoral options on global history, the The Graduate School Global Intellectual History which is run by Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt-Universität Berlin has announced fellowships opportunity for three years. The call for applications explains more: The graduate school aims to explore intellectual reactions to processes of entanglement from the 18th […]

Conference Report on Global History Student Conference (Freie Universität Berlin)

In recent years, global history has undoubtedly become part of our life as a dynamic historical perspective. Writing history without borders and addressing events with all their actors in an effort to maintain a view of the biggest picture possible, global history enjoys a distinct place among other historical disciplines. Reading the world through an […]

Symposium: Labor, Migration, and the State: Past, Present, Future (Berlin, Germany – March 11, 2016)

For those TPF readers in Germany or Europe, here’s a recent announcement for a forthcoming symposium hosted by the Indiana University Europe Gateway in conjunction with the re:work initiative at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. The symposium takes the following as its starting point: What kind of questions of social solidarity are posed to European societies by […]