The ENIUGH-Palgrave Handbook of Global History is a close cooperation between the European Network in Universal and Global History and Palgrave Macmillan and aims at providing a comprehensive, up-to-date, and continuously revised overview of the flourishing and mushrooming field of global history, which is less defined by its subject and more by its perspective on nearly all historical processes, structures, and events.

ENIUGH is the organizational backbone of the project in terms of academic networks, quality assessment, and securing a rich diversity of viewpoints and methodological approaches, but the authorship of the handbook goes far beyond the European continent. The planned handbook will consist of in the end more than 300 articles.