Journal of Global History addresses the main problems of global change over time, together with the diverse histories of globalization. It also examines counter-currents to globalization, including those that have structured other spatial units. The journal seeks to transcend the dichotomy between 'the West and the rest', straddle traditional regional boundaries, relate material to cultural and political history, and overcome thematic fragmentation in historiography. The journal also acts as a forum for interdisciplinary conversations across a wide variety of social and natural sciences.
'... The JGH is a publication of the first water.' Prof. Jerry Bentley, University of Hawai'i
'... the Journal has been a hugely welcome addition and a valuable focus for what is still a protean field.' Dr John Darwin, University of Oxford
'... what a great journal this is, and how very quickly and deservedly it has established itself.' Prof. Linda Colley, Princeton University
'... many articles do indeed represent cutting-edge research, particularly on empires and commodities, but also on nationalism and religion.' Prof. Heather Streets, Washington State University
'...this is a splendid publication: extensive in coverage, refreshing in approach, and reflective of some of the significant achievements and trends in the study of history.' Prof. Akira Iriye, Harvard University
ISSN: 1740-0228 EISSN: 1740-0236
Frequency: 3 Issue(s) per year