our sister project, ‘Global Histories: A Student Journal’ has published its fourth edition this week.
The eight articles give a great insight into the opportunities of global history research from a student perspective.
Three of the articles published are based on presentations at this year’s Berlin Global History Student conference and the issue also features a review of our conference by panelist Kathleen Burke.
Have a good read and feel welcome to submit your papers to the journal once the next call for papers opens in November!
You find the Table of Contents here: http://www.globalhistories.com/index.php/GHSJ/issue/view/5/showToc.
Click on the image of the front cover to go to the journal’s website where you can download the full edition:
Thank you all for coming to this year´s Global History Student Conference, for presenting, listening, commenting, discussing, and beergardening with us. It has been wonderful to have you all and we hope you´ve enjoyed the conference weekend as much as we did!
Right now, our sister project, the ‘Global Histories’ student journal, has an open Call for Submissions! We encourage everyone interested in our projects to spread the word about the opportunity for students to publish with us, be it research articles or conference reports, or to submit papers themselves before July 10th.
You can find the full call for submissions with all the detailed information you need on the journal´s website under this link: http://www.globalhistories.com/index.php/GHSJ/announcement/view/7
… and here you can download the Call as a pdf file: Call_for_Submissions_vol.3(2)
The Global History Student Conference is free-of-charge and no registration is required. It begins at 9.30 a.m. on Saturday, May 20, with Michael Goebel´s keynote address: Global Urban History – Staking Out A New Field.
The registration of the panelists is open from 8.30 a.m. on.
By now, we have also updated the program of this year´s conference to include information on the workshops we offer on Sunday morning at 9.30 a.m. The workshops introduce the methodological approaches of Visual and Digital History as exciting new and concrete opportunities for student research. The Visual History workshop is facilitated by Norma Ladewig of the FU Berlin, whereas Thomas Werneke and Martin Schmitt of the ZZF Potsdam instruct the Digital History workshop.
If you are not a panelist but still interested in taking part in one of the workshops, just come by on Sunday or you can write us a short email before and we´ll make it happen.
Click on the image below to download the full program of events so you can start planning your weekend! (GHSC 2017 Program)
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