This series of mini lectures was written as an accompaniment to Professor Singers book Teaching Global history. The mini lectures offer advice to lecturers on how to both teach global history and invite academic discussion within the classroom. It covers a selection of topics including how to discuss sensitive issues, such as genocide, racism and religion as well as providing key overviews of the key areas of global history. You can follow the link to further chapters from Professor Singer’s book on the SDGO site here: