For a fair(er) global history
AMMERMANN, Friedrich Niclas; BARRETT, Paul ; BOUCHER, Lucile ; BYRSKA, Olga ; CHAZAL, Elisa ; EVANG, Vigdis Andrea Baugstø ; HUSSEY, Eoghan Christopher ; LARRAÑAGA DOMÍNGUEZ, Roberto Antonio ; JORGE MARTINS, Carlos Miguel ; MOHAMED, Fartun; MÖRSDORF, Sven ; NUGTEREN, Bastiaan; ORINSKY, Anna Wilma; ORR, Rebecca Anne; PANTALEONI, Cosimo ; RIALL, Lucy; ROBLES LOPEZ, Asensio; SALAMANCA RODRÍGUEZ, Alejandro ; SHI, Liu; SHIMADA, Takuya ; SIMEN, Halit Serkan
Cyber review of modern historiography, 2021, OnlineOnly
AMMERMANN, Friedrich Niclas, BARRETT, Paul, BOUCHER, Lucile, BYRSKA, Olga, CHAZAL, Elisa, EVANG, Vigdis Andrea Baugstø, HUSSEY, Eoghan Christopher, LARRAÑAGA DOMÍNGUEZ, Roberto Antonio, JORGE MARTINS, Carlos Miguel, MOHAMED, Fartun, MÖRSDORF, Sven, NUGTEREN, Bastiaan, ORINSKY, Anna Wilma, ORR, Rebecca Anne, PANTALEONI, Cosimo, RIALL, Lucy, ROBLES LOPEZ, Asensio, SALAMANCA RODRÍGUEZ, Alejandro, SHI, Liu, SHIMADA, Takuya, SIMEN, Halit Serkan, For a fair(er) global history, Cyber review of modern historiography, 2021, OnlineOnly - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/73506
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In the Autumn of 2020, a group of us PhD researchers at the European University Institute (EUI) and two teachers met regularly as part of the PhD seminar in Global History. We were not all or always in the same room together, and often we stared at each other from tiny video-boxes that peeped into our living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens. Occasionally our internet connection would not bear the stress of the situation. This was a new connectivity of isolation, of sporadic quarantines, and of policed lockdowns. How to discuss global history in a world in which we could not meet, we could not shake hands, we could not visit friends and family; in which most of the places discussed looked more far away than they had ever been, surely in our lifetime?...
First published online: 03 February 2021
Cadmus permanent link: https://hdl.handle.net/1814/73506
Full-text via DOI: 10.36253/cromohs-12559
External link: https://oajournals.fupress.net/index.php/cromohs/FairHist
Publisher: Firenze University Press
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