Save the date! The lab welcomes all friends of global history to Turku in 2020 to participate in the the Sixth European Congress on World and Global History (ENIUGH). The main theme for the congress is ‘Minorities in Global history’. Hope to see you there!
“The ENIUGH congress will be organised in Turku on 25–28 June 2020. The congress will be the sixth of its kind. The previous congress, held in Budapest in 2017, hosted 750 delegates.”
I recently had the pleasure of attending the fifth iteration of the European Congress on World and Global History, a symposium that is arranged every third year by the European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH). The conference, held in Budapest and subtitled “Ruptures, Empires, Revolutions”, was a testament to the enduring attraction of the global perspective among scholars of history, as evidenced by roughly 150, each with their own take on how to approach the study of history in a global way. Organized into eight sets of parallel panels, the conference proceedings ran over four days, punctuated by roundtables summarizing the themes thus far, a reception, a concert, and a dinner cruise along the Danube. Continue reading “Impressions of The Fifth European Congress on World and Global History, Budapest 31.8–3.9.2017”