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).
by Emily Rutherford The modern conference resembles the pilgrimage of medieval Christendom in that it allows the participants to indulge
Here are the editors’ picks from around the internet this week. Please add other pieces of interest to intellectual historians in the
by Emily Rutherford JHIBlog readers attending the American Historical Association Annual Meeting might be interested in the following sessions, just
by Emily Rutherford David Armitage and Jo Guldi published their History Manifesto online and in print in October, and since
by Madeline McMahon Conrad Gesner’s 1545 Bibliotheca universalis was a powerful tool for managing information. Like a Wikipedia dedicated solely
Welcome to the blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas. We are excited to bring together today’s varied,