This is the first in a two-part Q&A series that explores the particular challenges and unique opportunities that historians face while researching, writing, and teaching American history and culture outside the United States. With war in Ukraine looming and economic and institutional pressures mounting, the challenges certainly appear to be all the greater as of late for those teaching in European academic contexts. The second instalment in this series will pose a similar set of questions to historians who work on other continents and in other global settings.
- International Thought
- Method and Pedagogy