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The Global in World History Courses – Opening and Escaping the Nation-State Box

Take a look at a world map and what do you see? A common reply identifies our planet as  a  puzzle of nations pieced together by contiguous, interlocking (and distinct) borders. Each nation-piece of the puzzle seems to be its own little world, structured and organized with certain/unique people, places, landforms, ideas and “ways of life.”  The borders that connect them, although not physical lines, are recognized borders of identity, government, and culture.

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