Focuses on mobility in the early modern world (1500-1800), including the circulation of people, knowledge, and capital. Looking at the edges of empire demonstrates the limits of empire building and state authority. As circulation increased, cosmopolitanism emerged. At least one-half of the course concentrates on the Caribbean.
History at Work
the Department's guide to your post-college career
Summer Program in Public History
apply to learn and intern in Washington, DC
History service projects
History students volunteered for service projects this year cleaning and restoring the grounds at local historic African American cemeteries.
Isabel Mann: honors student interns with the Athens Land Trust
AB History, AB Religion, MA History student Isabel Mann works hard at her courses, and harder in the community...
Our Amazing Student Kathryn Veale
We already knew our Master's history student Kathryn Veale is amazing. Read the entire article about Kathryn on the UGA web site.