Abstract: The following essay will discuss the question of global historiography. It will outline the assertion that national historiographies are antiquated relicts in a modern world where almost every historical account has to take global interconnections into consideration. It is therefore obvious that a global world needs historians who are willing as well as able to deal with the transnational phenomena of global history.
Keywords: Global Historiography, Teaching Global History, Determination Global History, Transnational History, World History
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