Comparativ. A Journal on global history and comparative analysis of societies is a paper-based scientific journal, which is published since 1991 six times a year; each issue contains 4-6 thematically related articles, a forum section, and book reviews. It is edited on behalf of ENIUGH by Matthias Middell and Hannes Siegrist. It publishes articles and reviews in English, German and French. With its clear focus on thematic issues Comparativ offers an opportunity to publish results from panels or smaller workshops but allows also to bring achievements from collective research projects to the attention of the academic audience. The main criterion in the selection of topics for such thematic issues is its global orientation. Comparativ publishes regularly overviews on current trends in world history writing.
For more information about previous issues as well as about the current editorial policy see: www.comparativ.net.
Transnational, Cross-Regional and Global CONNECTIONS
Connections is a peer-reviewed e-journal in the field of
area, transnational, transregional, world and global histories, edited on
behalf of the European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH)
by Matthias Middell and Katja Naumann. Connections
is a part of the Clio-online network, which acts as an information and
communication platform. The editors are supported by the Steering Committee
of ENIUGH in the peer-review process, which is based upon cooperation between
research units across Europe. The editorial office is connected to the ENIUGH
headquarters and is located at the Centre for Area Studies at the University of
It was founded (under the name of
history.transnational in 2004 by French and German scholars from the Centre for
Advanced Study at the University of Leipzig and from the 'Transfers culturels'
research group at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Paris.
In 2016 its concept has changed insofar as
now research articles will become a central feature of the journal additionally
to the focus on book reviews and reports on academic events. More than 7000
subscribers indicate that the forum has become an effective instrument of
communication within the multilingual European community of academics being
interested in global connections.
Book Series with Bloomsbury
Beginning with the ENIUGH-congress 2014 in
Paris a close collaboration between ENIUGH and Bloomsbury Publishers was agreed in order to make available main results of the
congresses as well as monographs in the field of world and global history to a
wider audience. The first volume on specific European traditions and approaches
in the writing of world and global history will be launched in early 2017, just
before the next congress in Budapest will focus on the relationship between
imperial and revolutionary histories in a global perspective.