Research in World History: Connections and Globalizations.

Research in World History: Connections and Globalizations.

World History Network World History Association
John Hancock Conference Center
United States
From - Until
01.06.2006 -
Manning, Patrick

The World History Network and the World History Association seek proposals for participation in a Research Agenda Symposium (John Hancock Conference Center, Boston, November 10-12, 2006). Up to 40 participants worldwide will be selected for a meeting intended to develop a consensus statement on priorities in world-historical research, with a focus on the theme of "Research in World History: Connections and Globalizations."
Conference fee of $250 includes conference materials, meals, and receptions. Travel costs may be covered, depending on availability of funding, especially for participants from outside the U.S. Applicants should submit, by 1 June 2006, a statement of up to 1000 words proposing priorities in world-historical research, and a curriculum vitae of up to two pages. The conference committee will select up to 40 participants, based on the strength and interest of initial proposals, but also with attention to balance by national origin, gender, age, and disciplinary focus.

Details are available from the World History Network.

Invitations will be issued to selected participants by 30 June 2006.


Contact (announcement)

Pat Manning Manning

World History Network, INC.
Northeastern University