Discussion of the nineteenth-century global economy, industrialization, and the production revolution
Discussion of how to teach Southeast Asia’s economic changes in the nineteenth century
Discussion of how to teach West Africa’s production revolution in the nineteenth century
“The Air is Filled with the Stink of Jute”: Teaching South Asia’s Nineteenth-Century Production Revolution
Discussion of how to teach South Asia’s economic changes in the nineteenth century
Discussion of how to teach Muhammad Ali and Egypt in the nineteenth century
“Workmen Constantly Employed”: Teaching Mass Production and Industrialization in the Long Nineteenth Century
A discussion of how to teach the nineteenth-century Industrial Revolution as a global process.
A discussion of the Song Chinese economy.
A discussion of the economy of medieval West Africa and its role in the Afroeurasian economy
A discussion of the challenges of teaching the Ottomans in world history courses and how to use an Ottoman coffeehouse to teach about the empire
In teaching world history, one of the main global economic themes we frequently discuss has been trade connections between different regions of the world. And if we focus on the period from 1750 to present, we see a recurring debate between those individuals, movements, and states that have advocated for