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- Jerry Z. Muller: Capitalism and the Jews Revisited
- Miriam Rürup: Capitalism and the Jews Revisited: A Comment
- Friedrich Lenger: Defining the Modern Metropolis: Universal Expositions from the Mid-Nineteenth to the Mid-Twentieth Century
- Sarah Panzer: The Prussians of the East: Samurai, Bushido, and Japanese Honor in the German Imagination, 1905-1945
- Elisabeth Engel: “A Wild, Ungovernable Thing”: Risk and Insurance during the Beginnings of American Independence, 1770-1840
- Charles Maier: History Lived and History Written: Germany and the United States, 1945/55-2015
- Hartmut Berghoff: Between Recovery and Decline: Observations of an Economic Historian on the Obama Years and Beyond
- Loch K. Johnson: Security, Privacy, and the German-American Relationship
- Jan C. Jansen: In Search of Atlantic Sociability: Freemasons, Empires, and Atlantic History
- Elisabeth Engel: From Sex in Colonial Africa to Anticolonialism in the Bedroom: Reflections on the African American Missionary Position
- Andreas Wirsching: Toward a New Europe? Knowledge as a Transformational Resource since the 1970s
- Jeffrey J. Anderson: Toward a New Europe? A Comment
- Richard Schröder: The Memory of Dictatorship and the Future of Democracy: East German Past Today
- Chase Richards: Why Consider the Popular Press in Post-1848 Germany?
- Ned Richardson-Little: Between Dictatorship and Dissent: Ideology, Legitimacy and Human Rights in East Germany, 1945-1990
- Reinhild Kreis: Why not buy? Making Things Oneself in an Age of Consumption
- Martin H. Geyer: What Crisis? Speculation, Corruption, and the State of Emergency during the Great Depression
- Volker Depkat: The Challenges of Biography: European-American Reflections
- Levke Harders: Legitimizing Biography: Critical Approaches to Biographical Research
- Clifton Hood: Counting Who Counts: Method and Findings of a Statistical Analysis of Economic Elites in the New York Region, 1947
- Susie J. Pak: Writing Biography as a History of Networks: Why the Story of J.P. Morgan Needs Jacob H. Schiff
- Atiba Pertilla and Uwe Spiekermann: Living the American Dream? The Challenge of Writing Biographies of German-American Immigrant Entrepreneurs
- Isabelle Schmitz: Biography in the History Classroom: Challenges and Applications
- Emily Swafford: The Challenge and Promise of Girl Scout Internationalism: From Progressive-Era Roots to Cold War Fruit
- Paula Fass: How Americans Raise Their Children: Generational Relations over Two Hundred Years
- Till Kössler: How Americans Raise Their Children: A Comment
- Ricky Law: Knowledge Is Power: The Interwar German and Japanese Mass Media in the Making of the Axis
- Mary Nolan: Americanization? Europeanization? Globalization? The German Economy since 1945
- Alexander Elkins: "At Once Judge, Jury, and Executioner": Rioting and Policing in Philadelphia, 1838-1964
- Elisa Minoff: The Rise of the Toxic Politics of Migration: The United States at the Dawn of the 1960s
- Hartmut Berghoff: From the Watergate Scandal to the Compliance Revolution: The Fight against Corporate Corruption in the United States and Germany
- Thomas Welskopp: Prohibition in the United States: The German-American Experience, 1919-1933
- Uwe Spiekermann: Marketing Milwaukee: Schlitz and the Making of a National Beer Brand, 1880-1940
- Julia Gunn: "A Good Place to Make Money": Civil Rights, Labor, and the Politics of Economic Development in Charlotte, North Carolina
- Jasper M. Trautsch: The Invention of the "West"
- Johannes Paulmann: The Straits of Europe: History at the Margins of a Continent
- Helmut Walser Smith: Europe from the Outside In: A Comment
- Adam Rosenbaum: Timeless, Modern, and German? The Re-Mapping of Bavaria through the Marketing of Tourism, 1800-1939
- Sarah Thomsen Vierra: At Home in Almanya? Turkish-German Spaces of Belonging in West Germany, 1961-1990
- Ingo Schulze: 1989: How We Lost Political Alternatives
- David Blackbourn: Germany and the Birth of the Modern World, 1780-1820
- James Retallack: "Get out the Vote!" Elections without Democracy in Imperial Germany
- Ulrike Weckel: Disappointed Hopes for Spontaneous Mass Conversions: German Responses to Allied Atrocity Film Screenings, 1945-46
- Catherine Epstein: The Second Generation: Historians of Modern Germany in Postwar America
- Mark Mazower: National Socialism and the Search for International Order
- Lutz Klinkhammer: National Socialism and the Search for International Order: Comment
- Brendan Karch: Nationalism on the Margins: Silesians Between Germany and Poland, 1848-1945
- Eric C. Steinhart: Creating Killers: The Nazification of the Black Sea Germans and the Holocaust in Southern Ukraine, 1941-1944
- Charles S. Maier: Lessons from History? German Economic Experiences and the Crisis of the Euro
- Margaret Lavinia Anderson: Who Still Talked about the Extermination of the Armenians? Imperial Germany and the Armenian Genocide
- Jan Surmann: Restitution Policy and the Transformation of Holocaust Memory: The Impact of the American "Crusade for Justice" after 1989
- Forum: The German Foreign Office and the Nazi Past
- Norbert Frei and Peter Hayes: The German Foreign Office and the Past
- Christopher R. Browning: The German Foreign Office Revisited
- Johannes Hürter: The German Foreign Office, the Nazi Dictatorship, and the Holocaust
- Holger Nehring: Skeletons in the Filing Cabinet
- Volker Ullrich: Hitler's Brown Diplomats
- Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger: Much Ado About Nothing? Rituals of Politics in Early Modern Europe and Today
- David M. Luebke: Too Little Ado About Plenty
- Yair Mintzker: What Is Defortification? Military Functions, Police Roles, and Symbolism in the Demolition of German City Walls in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
- Alice Weinreb: Matters of Taste: The Politics of Food in Divided Germany, 1945-1971
- Jürgen Kocka: Writing the History of Capitalism
- Pamela H. Smith: Why Write a Book? From Lived Experience to the Written Word in Early Modern Europe
- Wolfgang Huber: Religion and Violence in a Globalized World
- Donna Harsch: Footnote or Footprint? The German Democratic Republic in History
- Thomas Lindenberger: What's in This Footnote? World History!
- Frank Elbe: The Diplomatic Path to German Unity
- Michael Meng: From Destruction to Preservation: Jewish Sites in Germany and Poland after the Holocaust
- Alison Clark Efford: German Immigrants and the Arc of American Citizenship during Reconstruction
- Richard Tilly: Banking Crises in Three Countries, 1800-1933: An Historical and Comparative Perspective
- Hartmut Berghoff, Civilizing Capitalism? The Beginnings of Credit Rating in the United States and Germany
- Peter Hayes, Corporate Freedom of Action in Nazi Germany
- Christoph Buchheim and Jonas Scherner, Corporate Freedom of Action in Nazi Germany: A Response to Peter Hayes
- Peter Hayes, Rejoinder
- Margit Szöllösi-Janze, The Natural Sciences and Democratic Practices: Albert Einstein, Fritz Haber, and Max Planck
- Cathryn Carson, Comment on Margit Szöllösi-Janze's "The Natural Sciences and Democratic Practices"
- Marti M. Lybeck, Gender, Sexuality, and Belonging: Female Homosexuality in Germany, 1890-1933
- Marianne Birthler, The Peaceful Revolution of the Fall of 1989
- Jutta Limbach, Human Dignity and the Freedom of the Press
- Andrew Zimmerman, Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute, and the German Empire: Race and Cotton in the Black Atlantic
- Jeremy Varon, Refusing to be "Good Germans": New Left Violence as a Global Phenomenon
- Stefan Aust, Terrorism in Germany: The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon
- Bruce Hoffman, Putting German Terrorism in Perspective: An American Response
- James J. Sheehan, "The Future of the European State: Some Historical Reflections on the German Case"
- Cornelia Rauh-Kühne, "Comment on James Sheehan’s Lecture"
- Bärbel Bohley, "Under Open Skies": Reflections on German Unification"
- The Early Years of the GHI: An Interview with the Institute’s Founding Director, Hartmut Lehmann
- Joschka Fischer, "Between Kosovo and Iraq: The Process of Redefining the Transatlantic Relationship"
- Charles Maier, "America Among Empires? Imperial Analogues and Imperial Syndrome"
- Colleen Dunlavy & Thomas Welskopp, "Myths and Peculiarities: Comparing U.S. and German Capitalism"
- Aleida Assmann, Europe: "A Community of Memory?" (20th Annual Lecture, November 16, 2006)
- Peter Novick, comment on the Annual Lecture
- Gesine Schwan and Janusz Reiter, "Bridging the Oder: Reflections on Poland, Germany, and the Transformation of Europe"
- "Fact, Truth, and Fiction: An Interview with Novelist Frederick Reuss"
- Kurt Masur, "My Relationship to Beethoven" (7th Gerd Bucerius Lecture, May 31, 2006)
- Ralf Dahrendorf, "Enlightenment Applied, Enlightenment Betrayed"
- Gerhard A. Ritter, "German Emigré Historians Between Two Worlds"
- James Sheehan, "Three Generations of German Gelehrtenpolitik"
- Anne Whiston Spirn, "Urban Nature and Human Design"
- Kenneth T. Jackson, "Transnational Borderlands: Metropolitan Growth in the United States, Germany, and Japan since World War II" (19th Annual Lecture of the GHI, November 17, 2005)
- Adelheid von Saldern, "The Suburbanization of German and American Cities"
- Monika Maron, "Historical Upheavals, Fractured Identities"
- "German Institutes of Contemporary History: Interviews with the Directors."
- Arif Dirlik, "Performing the World: Reality and Representation in the Making of World Histor(ies)"
- Timothy Garton Ash, "What Future for the West? Reflections on an Enlarged Europe and the United States in the Twenty-First Century" (6th Gerd Bucerius Lecture, June 29, 2005)
- Isabel Hull, Gesine Krüger, and Jürgen Zimmerer, "Forum the Measure of Atrocity: The German War Against the Hereros"
- Ute Frevert, "Europeanizing German History" (18th Annual Lecture of the GHI, November 18, 2004)
- David Blackbourn, comment on the Annual Lecture
- W. Michael Blumenthal, "The Closest of Strangers: German-American Relations in Historical Perspective" (5th Gerd Bucerius Lecture, September 27, 2004)
- Dramatizing German History: Michael Frayn on Democracy
- Liliane Weissberg, "Reflecting on the Past, Envisioning the Future: Perspectives for German-Jewish Studies" (Joint Lecture of the Leo Baeck Institute, New York, and the GHI, October 16, 2003
- Jeffrey Peck, "New Perspectives in German-Jewish Studies: Toward a Diasporic and Global Perspective" (Comment on the Joint Lecture)
- Kathleen Neils Conzen, "Immigrant Religion and the Republic: German Catholics in Nineteenth-Century America"
- Denis Cosgrove, "Landscape and Landschaft"; Karen E. Till, "Emplacing Memory Through the City: The New Berlin"
- Helmut Schmidt, "The Global Situation: A European Point of View" (4th Gerd Bucerius Lecture, September 17, 2003)
- Eric Foner, "The Idea of Freedom in American History" (17th Annual Lecture, November 20, 2003)
- Jürgen Kocka, Comment on the Annual Lecture
- "The Historical Profession in Germany and America: Interviews with the Presidents of the American Historical Association and the German Historikerverband" (James M. McPherson and Manfred Hildermeier, interviewed by Christof Mauch and Richard F. Wetzell)
- Rita Süssmuth, "People on the Move: The Challenges of Migration in Transatlantic Perspective" (Third Gerd Bucerius Lecture, May 5, 2003)
- Joachim Radkau, "Exceptionalism in European Environmental History"
- John R. McNeill, "Theses on Radkau"
- A. James McAdam, "Transitional Justice After 1989: Is Germany so Different?"
- Jürgen Osterhammel, "In Search of a Nineteenth Century" (16th Annual Lecture, November 14, 2002)
- Ira Berlin, Comment on the Annual Lecture
- Philipp Gassert, "Between Political Reconnaissance Work and Democratizing Science: American Studies in Germany, 1917–1953"
- "American History in Germany: The View of the Practitioners" (Norbert Finzsch, Hans-Jürgen Grabbe, Detlef Junker, and Ursula Lehmkuhl, interviewed by Astrid M. Eckert)
- Hans Küng, "A New Paradigm in International Relations? Reflections on September 11, 2001" (Second Gerd Bucerius Lecture, April 17, 2002)
- Gerald Feldman, "The German Insurance Business in National Socialist Germany" (Second Lecture of the Friends of the GHI, February 12, 2002)
- Frank Schumacher, "The American Way of Empire: National Tradition and Transatlantic Adaptation in America's Search for Imperial Identity, 1898-1910"
- Caroline Walker Bynum, "Violent Imagery in Late Medieval Piety" (15th Annual Lecture of the GHI, November 8, 2001)
- Mitchell B. Merback, "Reverberations of Guilt and Violence, Resonances of Peace" (Comment on the Annual Lecture)
- Raimund Lammersdorf and Vera Lind, "The German Studies Association at Twenty-Five: Interviews with Gerald R. Kleinfeld, Mary Nolan, and Frank Trommler"
- Wilfried Mausbach, "European Perspectives on the War in Vietnam"
- Lord Ralf Dahrendorf, "Democracy Under Pressure: The European Experience" (First Gerd Bucerius Lecture, June 5, 2001)
- Robert Gerald Livingston, "From Harry S. to George W.: German-American Relations and American Presidents"
- Deborah Cohen, "Comparative History: Buyer Beware"
Issue 28 (Spring 2001) (html only)
- Wolfgang Hardtwig, "Political Religion in Modern Germany: Reflections on Nationalism, Socialism, and National Socialism" (14th Annual Lecture of the GHI, November 9, 2000)
- Jane Caplan, "Politics, Religion, and Ideology" (Comment on the Annual Lecture)
- A Conversation with Fritz Stern
- Johannes Dillinger, "American Spiritualism and German Sectarianism: A Comparative Study of the Societal Construction of Ghost Beliefs"
Issue 27 (Fall 2000)(html only)
- Hans Mommsen, "The Dissolution of the Third Reich: Crisis Management and Collapse, 1943-1945" (First Lecture of the Friends of the GHI, April 4, 2000)
- Doris L. Bergen, "Death Throes and Killing Frenzies" (Comment on the Friends of the GHI Lecture)
- Peter Drewek, "Limits of Educational Internationalism: Foreign Students at German Universities Between 1890 and 1930"
- Roger Chickering, "A Comment on Peter Drewek"
- Jay Winter, "The Generation of Memory: Reflections on the 'Memory Boom' in Contemporary Historical Studies"
Issue 26 (Spring 2000) (html only)
- Mary Fulbrook, "Fact, Fantasy, and German History" (13th Annual Lecture of the GHI, November 18, 1999)
- Konrad H. Jarausch, "The Limits of Common Sense: (Post-) Postmodern Problems or Opportunities?"(Comment on the Annual Lecture)
- Malcolm Richardson, "A Search for Genius in Weimar Germany: The Abraham Lincoln Stiftung and American Philanthropy"
- Eckhardt Fuchs, "A Comment on Malcolm Richardson"
- "Andreas Daum, German Historiography in Transatlantic Perspective: Interview with Hans-Ulrich Wehler"
Issue 25 (Fall 1999) (pdf & html)
- Anselm Doering-Manteuffel, "Turning to the Atlantic: The Federal Republic's Ideological Reorientation, 1945-1970" (12th Annual Lecture of the GHI, November 12, 1998)
- Charles S. Maier, "Mehr Sozialgeschichte wagen" (Comment on the Annual Lecture).
- Issue Number 24, Spring 1999 (pdf & html)
- Issue Number 23, Fall 1998 (pdf & html)
- Issue Number 22, Spring 1998 (pdf & html)
- Issue Number 21, Fall 1997 (pdf & html)
- Issue Number 20, Spring 1997 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 19, Fall 1996 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 18, Spring 1996 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 17, Fall 1995 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 16, Spring 1995 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 15, Fall 1994 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 14, Spring 1994 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 13, Fall 1993 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 12, Spring 1993 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 11, Fall 1992 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 10, Spring 1992 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 9, Fall 1991 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 8, Spring 1991 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 7, Fall 1990 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 6, Spring 1990 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 5, Fall 1989 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 4, Spring 1989 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 3, Fall 1988 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 2, Spring 1988 (pdf file)
- Issue Number 1, Fall 1987 (pdf file)