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By Sebastian Conrad, Professor of History at Freie Universität Berlin and author of What is Global History? (Princeton, 2016). Professor
By Editor Sarah Claire Dunstan. This is the final installment of commentaries in our Forum on Sebastian Conrad‘s What is Global History? (Princeton, 2016).