This seminar provides an advanced introduction to Global, World, and Transnational History. The course will examine global history as a methodological and spatial perspective and as a critique of methodological nationalism. Thematically, we will study the origins, defining debates, and methodological underpinnings of the field. Topics will include global microhistory, deep history, world-systems analysis, postcolonialism, nationalism, commodities, and the Anthropocene. Framed as a critique of post-Enlightenment historical philosophy, the course will help us to discover and appreciate a new historiography suited for the twenty-first century.