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Inequality and the future of global history: a round table discussion

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Julia McClure, Amitava Chowdhury, Sarah Easterby-Smith, Norberto Ferreras, Omar Gueye, Andrew MacKillop, Meha Priyadarshini, Steven Serels, Jelmer Vos

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The following is an edited transcript of a roundtable that took place at the University of Glasgow in September 2018. The roundtable was organized by Dr. Julia McClure in conjunction with the Poverty Research Network’s conference - Beyond Development: The Local Visions of Global Poverty. That conference brought into focus the ways in which the global and local levels meet at the site of poverty and highlighted the different conceptions on the global are generated from the perspective of poverty. The roundtable brought together leading scholars from Europe, Africa, Asia and North and South America to take stock of global history as a field, to consider the role of existing centres of knowledge production, and to assess new directions for the field.


Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)53-81
JournalThe Journal of Indian Ocean World Studies
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 9 May 2019
EventBeyond Development: Local Visions of Global Poverty - Kelvin Suite, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 28 Sep 201828 Sep 2018

    Research areas

  • Global history, Economic history, Early Modern history, History of Science

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