Tag Archives: global history

Wednesday’s Book Review: “A Little History of the World”

A Little History of the World. By E.H. Gombrich. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1985 ed. When A Little History of the World first appeared in 1942 it caused quite a stir. It was viewed as an excellent introduction … Continue reading

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Toward a Global History of Spaceflight

My colleague, Asif Siddiqi of Fordham University, has been working on ideas of human spaceflight in the context of global history. While his thoughts are still formative, he has developed some for a this article: “Competing Technologies, National(ist) Narratives, and Universal Claims: … Continue reading

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What Might a Global History of Space Exploration Look Like?

I would like to know the answer to this question. I would also very much like to hear what others think about the answers to this question. I have been contemplating this issue. Here are my thoughts thus far. By its … Continue reading

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