The distinction between World History and Global History is based on the belief held by some advocates of Global History that a macro-change occurred in human experience with the Industrial Revolution and all of the subsequent technological changes since. My own view is that the Industrial Revolution has accelerated the cross-regional and transnational dynamics that have been influencing human history for the past two thousand years at least.
Welcome to H-World, a network for practitioners of world history. The list gives emphasis to research, to teaching, and to the connections between research and teaching.
Thought that this podcast on Pedro Machado’s book might be of particular interest to some members of the H-World community. Some interesting insights into trade networks and inter-ocean links.
Thought this piece on John Oliver and "The Trouble with Standardized Testing" might be some intersting food for thought to some in the H-World community.