The winners of the first World History Connected Book Prize awarded through the World History Association, were announced at the WHA’s annual conference on June 24, 2023.Read more about First World History Connected Book Prize
The winners of the first World History Connected Book Prize awarded through the World History Association, were announced at the WHA’s annual conference on June 24, 2023.Read More Read more about First World History Connected Book Prize
Announcing the publication of the Summer 2023 issue (Vol. 20 No. 2) of World History Connected, now published by George Mason University Press (https://journals.gmu.edu/index.php/whc), where back issues from its former publisher will soon appear. The journal likes to introduce new features at regular intervals; here it is a special issue that features not the regular Forum, a topically related set of articles, but two, Guest Edited by Vera Parham and Alan Singer respectively.Read More Read more about Announcing Vol. 20 No. 2
Those concerned at the recent efforts of some States to reform their History Standards in ways that reduce world history subjects and processes in school curriculums may wish to see the immediate past (WHC 20.1) and the forthcoming (WHC 20.2 out in June) issues of World History Connected, which offers analyses by educators seeking to address this issue at the state level and the voices of teachers both resisting and supporting these changes in their classrooms.Read More Read more about The Challenges arising from the current wave of Reforms of World History Standards and Curriculum
George Mason University Press announces the Winter 2023 issue (Vol. 20 No. 1) of World History Connected (https://journals.gmu.edu/whc). It is the second produced by the Press, but also marks the journal’s 20th anniversary of its effort to support and disseminate globally both archivally based research and the scholarship of teaching in the field of world history.Read More Read more about Announcing Vol. 20 No. 1
Hawaii Pacific University is the home of the editorial offices of World History Connected, reflecting its commitment to the promotion of Global Learning and Global Citizenship.