Global History’s international partnerships range from joint research workshops and a bilateral scholarly exchange with the Centre for History and Economics at the University of Cambridge, to the Global History Collaborative, which is based on a cooperation between the Berlin Global History Program (Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt-Universität Berlin), the Écoles des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris, Princeton University, and the University of Tokyo.
Centre for History and Economics, University of Cambridge
Academic cooperation between Global History at Freie Universität Berlin and the Centre for History and Economics at Magdalene College and King’s College, University of Cambridge, includes joint research workshops and a bilateral scholarly exchange between the two centers.
Doctoral students, post-docs, and senior researchers who are affiliated with one of the two centers and who wish to spend time at the other center are, for the duration of their stay, granted the status of research visitor at the Centre for History and Economics or visiting scholar at the Center for Global History.
For more information, please contact Inga Huld Markan, Centre for History and Economics, University of Cambridge, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sebastian Gottschalk, Global History, Freie Universität Berlin, at email@example.com.
Global History Collaborative
The Global History Collaborative is dedicated to exploring the various trajectories of cross-border entanglements across the globe. By focusing on comparisons, connections, and processes of global integration, the program helps students and scholars to understand the forces that have continuously shaped and restructured the world.
The Global History Collaborative includes:
- Short-term (1-3 months) or long-term (one academic year) exchange of senior scholars, early career scholars and Ph.D. students between the participant sites in order to develop new ideas and collaboration in global history.
Ph.D. students work with historians at Freie Universität Berlin, the Écoles des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Princeton University and the University of Tokyo.
- Regular summer schools for colleagues and students from the partner institutions (Berlin, Paris, Princeton, Tokyo) that rotate around all four locations.
- Workshops on thematic and theoretical issues in global history.