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The Peripheral Histories? project is all about highlighting peripheral spaces, actors and events; examining the changing status of and relations between ‘centres’ and ‘peripheries’ and exploring the ways in which borderlands have been remade in particular historical circumstances.
We firmly believe that these discussions belong in the classroom, so this autumn we are running a special series of posts on teaching diverse and inclusive histories of Eurasia. In this series, we will be hearing from various scholars who centre the diversity of Eurasia in their history courses.
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