International Collaboration

ENIUGH cooperates with a wide range of European and non-European institutions and encourages institutional as well as individual membership in order to strengthen Global History at all levels of academic activity from research to teaching, from public debate to the support for globalising the teaching of history at the level of secondary education.

ENIUGH is a founding member of the Network of Global and World History Organisations (NOGWHISTO). Founded in 2008 this global network has been approved an international affiliated committee of the Comité International des Sciences Historiques in 2010. NOGWHISTO offers the chance of collaboration with colleagues from all world regions.

ENIUGH is intensively using this opportunity to enhance its efforts to strengthen the field of world and global history. It thus greatly profits from exchange with members from the NOGWHISTO member organisations: the World History Association (WHA), the Asian Association of World History (AAWH) and the African Network in Global History / Réseau Africain d’Histoire Mondiale (ANGH / RAHM). For further information see www.nogwhisto.org

ENIUGH supports the World History section of the biannual European Social Science and History Conference organised under the responsibility of the International Institute of Social History (Amsterdam) and invites papers for 6–10 panels at each of these conferences. The next congress is to be held in Belfast in 2018.