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.
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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.
I agree with Larry Grant. I suppose "world" versus "global" is an issue that means a lot to some, though it seems to me that a great many versions of what it does mean persist here with no agreed upon set of connotations at all yet. In any case, I fail to see how any of this word play is "dangerous" - or even all that vital in any way. I believe a great deal more caution ought to be exercised about applying the word "dangerous" to any purely academic endeavor, given the very real dangers that do exist in the world (or "globe," depending on what you prefer).