In 2011, The School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies at Monash and Warwick University’s Global History and Culture Centre commenced a joint Global History project. The goal of this collaboration is to develop a number of resources to promote the teaching of Global History at both universities but also more broadly. The collaboration aims to produce four outcomes:
Global History Annotated Bibliography
A list of readings that covers the broad expanse of the field. Readings are divided broadly according to theme. The annotated bibliography is intended as a resources for students but it is not comprehensive. Rather it represents a snapshot of the field.
Global History Reader
The Global History Reader was developed by staff at Monash and Warwick to provide a set of 20 readings capable of introducing students to key debates, issues and approaches in the field.
Global History Teaching Modules
These stand-alone teaching modules, each roughly 4 weeks long, consist of self-contained packages of lecture notes, primary and secondary sources, images and external links. They can provide a comprehensive introduction for new Global History courses, and can be combined in various ways.
Global History Research Modules
The goal of this exercise is to produce research modules designed to facilitate independent student research.