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Arenas in Global History

'Arenas in Global History’ offers an opportunity for scholars to present and debate key issues in the study of global history. Arenas may address themes, actors, debates, or methods. They usually take the form of a position paper, a series of rejoinders, and closing remarks (in total, c. 20,000 words), though this format is flexible, and alternatives may be suggested. In particular, we welcome ‘Arenas’ that offer examples of alternative ways of writing global history (for example, collaborative projects). For proposals, please contact: