“Teaching Regionally and Globally in the World History Survey Course”

Jeremy I. Adelman in Conversation with Kostis Karpozilos and Olisa Godson Muojama


Those who teach world history tend to double as regional/area historians–and they often wrestle with the challenge of teaching the whole from the perspectives of their parts. Jeremy Adelman (Director of the Global History Lab at the University of Cambridge and co-author of Worlds Together, Worlds Apart) is joined by Kostis Karpozilos (The Princeton Athens Center in Greece) and Olisa Godson Muojama (Ibadan University in Nigeria) in a discussion about what it means to globalize and how North Americans can adapt/adopt and bring some of what they learn from around the world into their own pedagogies.

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