The Global History Lab (GHL) at Princeton University combines the diverse strengths and interests of faculty in the Department of History with a commitment to and multiperspective of global history that foregrounds global encounters as an impetus for learning, thinking, and connecting across borders. Through a series of courses taught in conjunction with partner institutions around the world, such as the Rafael del Pino Foundation, it offers a vibrant programme of workshops and lectures, research projects and truly global conversations, not only among scholars, but also among students from diverse backgrounds.
In September 2023, the GHL moved from its founding location at Princeton University to the Center for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) of the University of Cambridge.
The GHL and the Rafael del Pino Foundation offer the following courses A History of the World–History of Globalisation y History DialoguesThe courses invite you to study world history in order to understand how we are connected in the globalised world in which we live. The courses are innovative, both in their pedagogical approach and in their humanitarian focus.
The academic coordination of this course in Spain is the responsibility of Professor Nicolás Prados Ortiz de Solórzano.
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Application deadline: 📢📢 JUNE 2024 📢📢📢
Selected participants are exempted from the registration fee.
What documentation is required?
Essay: Write 400-500 words telling us how we are connected in this globalised world we live in.
Motivation letter: Write 300-400 words explaining why you want to participate in this course, what you think you will learn and what you think you will be able to use what you learn.