“World History on the Edge”

Hosted by Jeremy Adelman

The Global History Lab and Worlds Together, Worlds Apart do a lot of work with universities at the cross-hairs of political conflict, where teaching inclusive world history is a challenge to nationalist and authoritarian pressures, from Myanmar, Belarus, and Hungary to Afghanistan and the Ukraine. What can we learn from working alongside colleagues and students who work at the edge, and how can we draw some energy and purpose from that sense that history is alive and has a purpose in dark times?

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