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This website contains the following pages relating to the IBHA Conference 2016, held in the University of Amsterdam. We will add more recordings of presentations as time allows. Details of the conference can be found here. … Continue reading →
The International Big History Association (IBHA) was founded at the Coldigioco Geological Observatory in Coldigioco, Marche, Italy, on 20 August 2010. Its inaugural gathering in 2012 was described as “big news” in a report in The Huffington Post. The Association … Continue reading →
This website contains the following surveys and quizes. If you want to create one yourself, please leave a comment in the box below and we will contact you. … Continue reading →
This site contains forums where members can discuss anything they wish. … Continue reading →
The following answers were provided in our survey. Please add your answers in the comment box below. Why did you join Big History European Network? Maarten Oranje: It had been an idea pursued by myself and some others since 2014. A … Continue reading →
I think that it might be a good idea, at least while we are starting this network, to have an on-going text-based discussion about what we want to do and how we are going to achieve it. This is probably better … Continue reading →
Coldigioco is a small village in Italy with a unique history. It is scenically positioned on a narrow ridge that extends eastward from the foot of Monte San Vicino, the dominant Apennine mountain in the region. The village consists of … Continue reading →
The Big History Institute provides a hub for scholars, educators, students, members of the public, and partners from across the research, government, non-profit, and business sectors. Our innovative educational, research, and outreach initiatives work to advance Big History around the … Continue reading →