I think being from the U.S. seriously influences my view of globalization, but I think it would influence anyone because you will put everything in the context of where you are from. I think that the events that we chose are the one we would think are the most important to us, but they may not be the same to those who live in Groningen or Arlington. I wonder what would be the difference between someone making the timeline of where they live rather than somewhere they have never been. We made the decisions based on what people said, and after discussing the different points of view we came to the ultimate decision. I think that some members think of globalization as a process that developed with humanity, therefore, it does not have a starting point. Although people may not have been aware of globalization as we are now, it still could be globalization. People’s social location influences the selection of events, because all events are put into the context of what you expirence, and you can only imagine that is what is important to those people. I think is it important to acknowledge the way we view ideas and events, but to be open to different perspectives. I think peer review is extremely important to this project because each person has a different background and perspective on what is important to get that information helps your perspective expand. I think the important question about globalization is where it is going? We spend time discussing how it started, which we need to understand its path forward. But I think we should ask ourselves do we know where globalization will lead?