Module code: HST7338
Teaching Staff: Chris Moffat
Readings in Global History will introduce you to some of the most significant works influencing debate in the emerging field of global history. The module takes the form of a master-class and we will read key texts alongside reviews and academic discussions. You will use these to locate the methods and contribution of individual works within a broader context. Approaching global history through specific examples and particular interventions will provide you with a solid foundation in the historiography, as well as familiarising you with a collection of scholarly classics exemplifying new theoretical perspectives in historical study.
Works covered in the 2015-16 year include:
Please Note: this reading list is provisional and subject to change. It will be confirmed by the convener at the beginning of the semester.