The call for papers for the “Eighth European Congress on Universal and Global History” is out now. The congress will focus on “Critical Global Histories: Methodological Reflections and Thematic Expansions” and will be hosted by Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden. Please find more information and the call on the congress website.

The next call for applications for the Walter-Markov-Prize will be published in fall 2024.

Upcoming “Druckfrisch” Book Discussion:


Date/Time: 12/06/2024, 17:00 –to 19:00
Location: Strohsackpassage, Room 5.55, Nikolaistraße 6-10, Leipzig

Druckfrisch Discussions are now also available as podcasts.



The European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH) seeks to foster and promote research and teaching through the establishment of platforms of communication and exchange for scholars working in the field of world and global history all over Europe. The main instruments to achieve these aims are:

  • to regularly organise a European Congress on themes of world and global history;
  • to publish with its periodicals Comparativ and Connections and through other forms ongoing efforts in the research of global linkages in a historical perspective;
  • to present new and innovative research in our event series Druckfrisch Book Discussions;
  • to offer administrative help for bi- and multilateral cooperation in the fields of masters and PhD programmes as well as facilitating interaction between research centres across Europe and beyond.

ENIUGH welcomes all who are engaged in transcending national history and invites for active membership as well as for contribution to its publications and events.