Universities, with their borders constantly shifting, their scale and scope expanding and contracting, have long been sites of encounter, imagination, and exchange worldwide.

How to reclaim the place of knowledge production, or to reinvent its meaning, at a time when globality in its various, contradictory forms is experiencing a crisis on several fronts?

In what ways, might we still speak of something like a “global university,” and in what ways must we reorient our thought, perhaps to acknowledge its limits but also to reimagine new possibilities?