Serious questions and comments about big history, the book, the web site, and teaching big history are very welcome.
I would especially be interested in aspects of human history, or other aspects of big history, that do not appear to fit well within big history, or within the model presented in the book, while they can be analyzed using empirical observations and scholarly interpretations.
Please send any serious questions and comments to:
info"at"bighistory.info     (please use @ instead of "at" )
I will do my best to answer them timely.
Thank you very much in advance,
Fred Spier
International Big History Association
Un. of Amsterdam big history
Cosmic Evolution
Big History Project
Book: Teaching Big History
Bill Bryson: Short History of Nearly Everything
Other useful stuff on the web
Other big history
How to use the book
Course models
Learning goals and objectives
Teaching tools
Assignments (little big histories)
Answers to FAQs by students
Questions by students and teachers that go beyond the book
Examination models
Teaching big history