‘Transnational’ Late Antiquity, ‘National’ Modes of Thought

By Prolet Decheva Regarding (art) history, the term ‘transnational’ seems to be predominantly applied to nineteenth and twentieth-century as well as contemporary developments, such as the impact of international non-governmental organisations (NGOs), or contemporary processes of globalisation, mobility or migration. [i] Nevertheless, while there is no exact definition of what ‘transnational history’ is,[ii] in theContinue reading “‘Transnational’ Late Antiquity, ‘National’ Modes of Thought”