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JGH x TPF: An Introduction to Publishing Workshop | March 1st, 2024

The Journal of Global History (JGH) and the Toynbee Prize Foundation are pleased to announce the Introduction to Publishing Workshop, aimed specifically at addressing the question and needs of graduate and early career scholars in global history seeking to better understand the world of academic publishing. This workshop is also intended for scholars based in the Global South, and we especially encourage scholars affiliated with such institutions to register. 

The workshop will take place virtually via Zoom on March 1st at 8-9:30 am EST/1pm GMT. For more information, please see here

  • ISSN: 1740-0228 (Print), 1740-0236 (Online)
  • Editor: Dr Elisabeth Leake Tufts University, USA
  • Editorial board
The Journal of Global History aims to be the leading scholarly outlet for innovative analyses of global historical phenomena. JGH publishes articles that examine structures, processes, actors, and theories of global change; and that study connections and disconnections on a trans-regional scale, or on smaller scales that nevertheless transcend the boundaries of individual polities or environments. JGH particularly values creativity and originality in approaches to global history, as well as debates on the theories, methods, and evidence underpinning global historical narratives.

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