Global History and Culture Centre
The Global History and Culture Centre (GHCC) promotes a global approach to historical questions and research and aims to develop the new field of global history and culture.
This year the GHCC celebrated its fifth anniversary. Click here to view our anniversary booklet
Podcasts are available from The Gerald Aylmer Seminar 2013: Why Material Culture?, hosted by The Royal Historical Society, the Institute of Historical Research, The National Archives and the University of Warwick on 22 February 2013.
See here for videos from our 2009 British Academy conference 'Writing the History of the Global'
"New Perspectives on Global Labour History", a special issue of Workers of the World, edited by Christian de Vito
Recent publications in the Centre
Cotton: The Fabric that Made the Modern World, by Prof Giorgio Riello
Writing the History of the Global, edited by Prof Maxine Berg
'Useful Knowledge, 'industrial enlightment', and place of India', by Prof Maxine Berg.
'Empire and Humanitarianism: A Preface', by Dr Bronwen Everill.
'Transgender China', by Dr Howard Chiang