Princeton's Global History Lab (GHL) is a platform for learning, skill development and collaboration in the creation of new narratives across global divides. Using cutting-edge technologies, innovative pedagogical practices and training in oral history methods, the GHL enlists universities and NGOs in 22 countries to engage in a new model of global education through peer-to-peer exchanges.
In the summer of 2020, the GHL received a multi-year grant from the Open Society University Network (OSUN). With its new OSUN partners, the Central European University (CEU) and Bard College, the GHL was able to expand its global reach to international students at over 25 institutions and NGOs worldwide. With this expansion, some of the GHL’s programming has moved from Princeton's Department of History, where the GHL was founded in 2012, to the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS).
To learn more about the Global History Lab programming at PIIRS please visit the GHL PIIRS website.