Harvard University is a major center for research and teaching in international and global history. Related activities include:
Forums for new research: An annual graduate student conference, which convenes each spring, and a seminar series, which meets several times each term to discuss cutting edge research. In addition, Harvard also houses the Weatherhead Initiative on Global History.
Courses: To explore the courses offered in international & global history, please visit individual faculty pages.
Ph.D. program: International History is a vibrant track within the History Department's graduate program, typically admitting several new students each year. For current international history graduate students, see here.
International & Global History at Harvard University is supported by the Department of History, the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, and the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History.