Comparativ. A Journal of Global History and Comparative Studies

Comparativ  is devoted to the modern world and global history. It focuses on past and present globalizations, their manifold social, cultural, political and economic aspects are addressed from the perspectives of both change over time and variation over space (their different processes of territorialization and spatiality: regional, national, European and worldwide). Comparative perspectives are taken up, as are studies on cross-cultural entanglements, exchanges and transfer. Comparativ publishes articles in German, English and French and serves as a communication forum for the European Network in Universal and Global history, an international community of scholars who are engaged in elaborating new perspectives in the the field of world and global history.

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