Since its inception, the International History Workshop has provided a forum for leading historians and researchers to present their work and to discuss topics and methodologies within International History. At Yale, we include many perspectives, such as regional, transnational, global and comparative history, under this rubric.
This year the Workshop centers around the theme “Methodologies of International History.” More specifically, we are interested in examining the challenges, limitations, and advantages of particular approaches to International and/or Global History. Given the recent increased focus on Global History, we believe now – more than ever – in the value of providing an interdisciplinary environment to our students and faculty members to discuss the methodologies of past, present, and future.
The workshop is being convened by Professor Peter C. Perdue. Please feel free to send queries to workshop coordinators Charlotte Keichel (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Zaib un Nisa Aziz (email@example.com)