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All lectures are open to the public. Please RSVP by email or phone (202.387.3355).
Conferences are not public. If you are interested in participating, please contact the GHI convener. 

Pathological Modernity? Psychiatry and Social Problems in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Germany

December 09, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Paul Lerner (University of Southern California)

The Measure of Atrocity: The German War Upon the Hereros Revisited

December 06, 2004
Panel discussion at the GHI
Panelists: Isabel V. Hull (Cornell University), Gesine Krüger (University of Zürich), Jürgen Zimmerer (Universidade de Coimbra)

The Forgotten Past: Other Cultures of Science and Technology in German History

December 02, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Kathryn Olesko (Georgetown University)

13th Annual Symposium of the Friends of the GHI

November 19, 2004
Presentation of the Fritz Stern Dissertation Prize 2004
Conveners: Gerald D. Feldman (University of California), Christof Mauch (GHI), Recipients: Christopher J. Fischer (University of North Carolina), Erik N. Jensen (University of Wisconsin), Commentator: Fritz Stern (Columbia University)

Europeanizing German History

November 18, 2004
18th Annual Lecture of the GHI
Speaker: Ute Frevert (Yale University), Commentator: David Blackbourn (Harvard University)

ANTOINETTE: Berlin Stories. An exhibition of portraits and photographs

November 15, 2004 - February 25, 2005
Exhibition at the GHI

Otto Hahn: Responsibility and Repression

November 11, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Mark Walker, Union College

Dramatizing German History: A Conversation with Michael Frayn

November 01, 2004
Conversation at Theater J, Washington DC

The German Idea of Natural Science: Heidegger, Habermas, Heisenberg

October 28, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Cathryn Carson (University of California, Berkeley)

Happening With a Royal Touch: John F. Kennedy and the Germans

October 22, 2004
Lecture at the Adams House, Cambridge, MA
Speaker: Andreas Daum (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

Science and Technology in the 20th Century: Cultures of Innovation in Germany and the United States

October 15 - 16, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Jointly organized by Christoph Strupp (GHI) and Helmuth Trischler (Deutsches Museum Munich / DFG-Research Group 393)

Open House

October 09, 2004

Finding a Role: United Germany and the Resurgence of Europe. Germany's and Europe's Role in the World - 15 Years after the Cold War

October 06, 2004
Speaker: Markus Meckel

Adolf Cluss, the World, and Washington: The Fate of Washington's Red Brick City

September 30, 2004
Lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Richard Longstreth (George Washington University); This event was part of the conference Adolf Cluss, Architect: From Germany to America

The Fate of Washington's Red Brick City

September 30, 2004
Lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Richard Longstreth (George Washington University)
This event is part of the conference Adolf Cluss, the World, and Washington

Adolf Cluss, Architect: From Germany to America

September 30 - October 02, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Christof Mauch (GHI) in collaboration with Joseph Browne (Cluss Project), Cynthia Field (Smithsonian Institution), William Gilcher (Goethe-Institut / German Cultural Center), and Alan Lessoff (Illinois State University)

Fifth Gerd Bucerius Lecture

September 27, 2004
The Closest of Strangers: German-American Relations in Historical Perspective
Speaker: W. Michael Blumenthal

Engineering and Cultural Crises: Germany and America

September 23, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Thomas P. Hughes (University of Pennsylvania)

The Atlantic Community Unravelling? States, Protest Movements, and the Transformation of US-European Relations, 1969-1983

September 18 - 19, 2004
Conference at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Conveners: Matthias Schulz (Vanderbilt University), Thomas A. Schwartz (Vanderbilt University), Bernd Schäfer (German Historical Institute, DC)

Lost Files - How the Equivalent of 100,000 Typewritten Pages Disappeared from the Servers of the German Chancellory in 1998 and Who Might Have Deleted This Data: A Political Adventure Story - Or a Tale of Transition

September 09, 2004
Keynote Lecture, Presidential Libraries Conference
Speaker: Michael Naumann (DIE ZEIT, Hamburg)

The Past in Trust for the Future: The Presidential Library System

September 08, 2004
Keynote Lecture, Presidential Libraries Conference
Speaker: David Eisenhower (University of Pennsylvania)

Access - Presentation - Memory: The American Presidential Libraries and the Memorial Foundations of German Statesmen

September 08 - 11, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Astrid M. Eckert, Christof Mauch (GHI)

Bucerius Seminar 2004: American Archives and American History

September 06 - 18, 2004
Bucerius Seminar 2004
Conveners: Kathleen N. Conzen (University of Chicago), Andreas Etges (Free University of Berlin), Christof Mauch (GHI)

Im Schatten der Macht / In the Shadow of Power

June 23, 2004
Goethe-Institut, Washington DC

"Im Schatten der Macht" / "In The Shadow Of Power"

June 10, 2004
Film Screening at the Goethe-Insitut, Washington DC.

Im Schatten der Macht / In the Shadow of Power

June 10, 2004
Goethe-Institut, Washington DC

Towards World Science? Humboldtian Science, World Concepts, and Transregional Studies

June 03, 2004
Lecture in collaboration with the University of Buffalo (SUNY), and the Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, at the GHI
Speaker: Ottmar Ette (University of Potsdam)

Alexander von Humboldt and North America

June 03 - 06, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Andreas Daum (University of Buffalo, SUNY); Simone Lässig (GHI)

Environmental History and the Oceans

June 03 - 04, 2004
Conference at Copenhagen
Conveners: Frank Zelko (GHI), Poul Holm (University of Southern Denmark)

The Origins of Green Parties in Global Perspective

May 26, 2004
Symposium in collaboration with the Heinrich Böll Foundation, at the GHI.

Beyond Anti-Semitism and Philo-Semitism: Searching for Normality in German-Jewish Relations

May 24, 2004
Roundtable discussion in collaboration with the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, and Bridge of Understanding, at the GHI
Moderator: Jeffrey Peck (Georgetown University, AICGS, Washington DC).

Presentation of the Helmut Schmidt Prize in German-American Economic History to Harold James (Princeton University)

May 20, 2004
Event at the GHI.

The United States and Germany in the Era of the Cold War, 1945-1990

May 17, 2004
Panel discussion and book presentation at the GHI
Speakers: Lily Gardner Feldman (AICGS), Harold James (Princeton University), Thomas Schwartz (Vanderbilt University), Frank Trommler (University of Pennsylvania), Commentators: Detlef Junker (University of Heidelberg), Frank Smith (Cambridge University Press)

At the Movies: Film Audiences in the “Third Reich”

May 17, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Sabine Hake, University of Pittsburgh, followed by the screening of: Request Concert (Wunschkonzert)

War and the Environment: Contexts and Consequences of Military Destruction in the Modern Age

May 07 - 08, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Charles Closmann (GHI), Christof Mauch (GHI)

How the West Was Sold: Karl May's America and the German Cinema

May 03, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Christoph Strupp (German Historical Institute, Washington), followed by the screening of: Apache Gold (Winnetou I)

German History in the Short Nineteenth Century, 1790-1890

April 28 - May 01, 2004
10th Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar, at the University of Tübingen
Conveners: Dieter Langewiesche (University of Tübingen), Roger Chickering (Georgetown University), Richard F. Wetzell (GHI)

German History, 1790-1890

April 28 - May 01, 2004
Tenth Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar at the University of Tübingen
Conveners: Dieter Langewiesche (University of Tübingen), Roger Chickering (Georgetown University), Richard F. Wetzell (GHI)

Cannibalizing History: Recastings of the European-Indigenous Encounter in Brazil

April 19, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Piers Armstrong (Dartmouth College), followed by the Screening of: Hans Staden

A New History of the German People

April 14, 2004
Lecture and discussion in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut, Washington DC, at the Goethe-Institut
Speaker: Steven Ozment (Harvard University)

Hollywood’s Great War and Weimar Germany

April 05, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Thomas Saunders (University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada), followed by the screening of: What Price Glory?

Environment, Culture, Politics: Transatlantic Perspectives

March 27 - May 30, 2004
Young Scholars Forum
Conveners: Charles Closmann, GHI; Frank Zelko, GHI

The New Berlin. The Photography of Wess Brown

March 25, 2004
Photography Exhibit Opening at the GHI in conjunction with the Biography and the Historian symposium

Toward a Biographical Turn? Biography in Modern Historiography: Modern Historiography in Biography

March 25 - 27, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Volker Berghahn, Simone Lässig

Heimat, Heritage, and the Histories of German Cinema

March 22, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Johannes von Moltke (University of Michigan), followed by the screening of: Jewboy Levi (Viehjud Levi)

Taxation, State and Civil Society in Germany and the United States, 1750-1950

March 18 - 20, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Alexander Nützenadel (University of Cologne), Christoph Strupp (GHI)

Pietism in Two Worlds: Transmissions of Dissent in Germany and North America, 1680-1820

March 04 - 07, 2004
Conference at the Emory University (Atlanta, GA)
Conveners: James Melton (Department of History, Emory University), Dirk Schumann (GHI), Jonathan Strom (Candler School of Theology, Emory University)

The Spatial Turn in History

February 19, 2004
Symposium at the GHI (part of the conference 'Natural Disasters and Cultural Strategies: Responses to Catastrophe in Global Perspective)
Speakers: Denis Cosgrove (University of California), Karen Till (University of Minnesota), Moderator: Thomas Zeller (University of Maryland / GHI)

Natural Disasters and Cultural Strategies: Responses to Catastrophe in Global Perspective

February 19 - 22, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Christof Mauch (GHI), Christian Pfister (University of Bern)

The Welfare State: Past, Present, and Future in Transatlantic Perspektive. A Discussion with Kurt Biedenkopf

February 02, 2004
Hertie Roundtable, at the GHI.

'The Burning Wall' (USA 2002) and the History of the DDR.

January 24 - 28, 2004
Film Screening and Panel Discussion at the Avalon Theater with Film Director Hava Kohav Beller (New York), Bernd Schäfer (GHI), and Bill Gilcher (Goethe Institut Washington).
Sponsored by the Goethe Institut Washington, the GHI, and the German American Center for American Studies.

Reconstituting Public Realms: Archivists, Librarians, and Journalists in Postwar Germany

January 08 - June 11, 2004
Panel at American Historical Association Conference, Washington DC
Panelists: Astrid M. Eckert (GHI), Michaela Hönicke Moore (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), Peter A. Kraemer (Indiana University, Bloomington)

All lectures are open to the public. Please RSVP by email or phone (202.387.3355).

Pathological Modernity? Psychiatry and Social Problems in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Germany

December 09, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Paul Lerner (University of Southern California)

The Forgotten Past: Other Cultures of Science and Technology in German History

December 02, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Kathryn Olesko (Georgetown University)

Europeanizing German History

November 18, 2004
18th Annual Lecture of the GHI
Speaker: Ute Frevert (Yale University), Commentator: David Blackbourn (Harvard University)

Otto Hahn: Responsibility and Repression

November 11, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Mark Walker, Union College

The German Idea of Natural Science: Heidegger, Habermas, Heisenberg

October 28, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Cathryn Carson (University of California, Berkeley)

Happening With a Royal Touch: John F. Kennedy and the Germans

October 22, 2004
Lecture at the Adams House, Cambridge, MA
Speaker: Andreas Daum (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

The Fate of Washington's Red Brick City

September 30, 2004
Lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Richard Longstreth (George Washington University)
This event is part of the conference Adolf Cluss, the World, and Washington

Fifth Gerd Bucerius Lecture

September 27, 2004
The Closest of Strangers: German-American Relations in Historical Perspective
Speaker: W. Michael Blumenthal

Engineering and Cultural Crises: Germany and America

September 23, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Fall 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Thomas P. Hughes (University of Pennsylvania)

Lost Files - How the Equivalent of 100,000 Typewritten Pages Disappeared from the Servers of the German Chancellory in 1998 and Who Might Have Deleted This Data: A Political Adventure Story - Or a Tale of Transition

September 09, 2004
Keynote Lecture, Presidential Libraries Conference
Speaker: Michael Naumann (DIE ZEIT, Hamburg)

The Past in Trust for the Future: The Presidential Library System

September 08, 2004
Keynote Lecture, Presidential Libraries Conference
Speaker: David Eisenhower (University of Pennsylvania)

Towards World Science? Humboldtian Science, World Concepts, and Transregional Studies

June 03, 2004
Lecture in collaboration with the University of Buffalo (SUNY), and the Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, at the GHI
Speaker: Ottmar Ette (University of Potsdam)

At the Movies: Film Audiences in the “Third Reich”

May 17, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Sabine Hake, University of Pittsburgh, followed by the screening of: Request Concert (Wunschkonzert)

How the West Was Sold: Karl May's America and the German Cinema

May 03, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Christoph Strupp (German Historical Institute, Washington), followed by the screening of: Apache Gold (Winnetou I)

Cannibalizing History: Recastings of the European-Indigenous Encounter in Brazil

April 19, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Piers Armstrong (Dartmouth College), followed by the Screening of: Hans Staden

A New History of the German People

April 14, 2004
Lecture and discussion in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut, Washington DC, at the Goethe-Institut
Speaker: Steven Ozment (Harvard University)

Hollywood’s Great War and Weimar Germany

April 05, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Thomas Saunders (University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada), followed by the screening of: What Price Glory?

Heimat, Heritage, and the Histories of German Cinema

March 22, 2004
Lecture at the GHI (Spring 2004 Lecture Series)
Speaker: Johannes von Moltke (University of Michigan), followed by the screening of: Jewboy Levi (Viehjud Levi)

Conferences are not public. If you are interested in participating, please contact the GHI convener.

Science and Technology in the 20th Century: Cultures of Innovation in Germany and the United States

October 15 - 16, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Jointly organized by Christoph Strupp (GHI) and Helmuth Trischler (Deutsches Museum Munich / DFG-Research Group 393)

Adolf Cluss, Architect: From Germany to America

September 30 - October 02, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Christof Mauch (GHI) in collaboration with Joseph Browne (Cluss Project), Cynthia Field (Smithsonian Institution), William Gilcher (Goethe-Institut / German Cultural Center), and Alan Lessoff (Illinois State University)

The Atlantic Community Unravelling? States, Protest Movements, and the Transformation of US-European Relations, 1969-1983

September 18 - 19, 2004
Conference at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Conveners: Matthias Schulz (Vanderbilt University), Thomas A. Schwartz (Vanderbilt University), Bernd Schäfer (German Historical Institute, DC)

Access - Presentation - Memory: The American Presidential Libraries and the Memorial Foundations of German Statesmen

September 08 - 11, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Astrid M. Eckert, Christof Mauch (GHI)

Alexander von Humboldt and North America

June 03 - 06, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Andreas Daum (University of Buffalo, SUNY); Simone Lässig (GHI)

Environmental History and the Oceans

June 03 - 04, 2004
Conference at Copenhagen
Conveners: Frank Zelko (GHI), Poul Holm (University of Southern Denmark)

War and the Environment: Contexts and Consequences of Military Destruction in the Modern Age

May 07 - 08, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Charles Closmann (GHI), Christof Mauch (GHI)

German History, 1790-1890

April 28 - May 01, 2004
Tenth Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar at the University of Tübingen
Conveners: Dieter Langewiesche (University of Tübingen), Roger Chickering (Georgetown University), Richard F. Wetzell (GHI)

Environment, Culture, Politics: Transatlantic Perspectives

March 27 - May 30, 2004
Young Scholars Forum
Conveners: Charles Closmann, GHI; Frank Zelko, GHI

Toward a Biographical Turn? Biography in Modern Historiography: Modern Historiography in Biography

March 25 - 27, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Volker Berghahn, Simone Lässig

Taxation, State and Civil Society in Germany and the United States, 1750-1950

March 18 - 20, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Alexander Nützenadel (University of Cologne), Christoph Strupp (GHI)

Pietism in Two Worlds: Transmissions of Dissent in Germany and North America, 1680-1820

March 04 - 07, 2004
Conference at the Emory University (Atlanta, GA)
Conveners: James Melton (Department of History, Emory University), Dirk Schumann (GHI), Jonathan Strom (Candler School of Theology, Emory University)

Natural Disasters and Cultural Strategies: Responses to Catastrophe in Global Perspective

February 19 - 22, 2004
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Christof Mauch (GHI), Christian Pfister (University of Bern)

Reconstituting Public Realms: Archivists, Librarians, and Journalists in Postwar Germany

January 08 - June 11, 2004
Panel at American Historical Association Conference, Washington DC
Panelists: Astrid M. Eckert (GHI), Michaela Hönicke Moore (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), Peter A. Kraemer (Indiana University, Bloomington)

If not otherwise announced, the Research Seminar meets Wednesdays 4.30 - 6.00 pm in the GHI Seminar Room. The GHI Research Seminar is a forum for scholars to discuss their ongoing research projects. Taking place on a biweekly basis, it brings together international researchers, DC scholars and GHI research fellows to stimulate intellectual exchange in a wide variety of historical problems, epochs and methods. The seminar discussions are based either on project presentations or unpublished, pre-circulated papers. If you wish to attend or present your work in progress, please contact Elisabeth Engel.

The GHI Fellow's Colloquium usually meets on Thursday mornings. Please send all inquiries via e-mail to Axel Jansen.

November 18, 2004
  • The Cultural Origins of the Second Amendment: Guns and Gun Culture in Colonial America
    Michael Lenz (Universität Köln)
  • Stollwerk und die Schokolade: Eine Mikrohistorie der Globalisierung 1850-2002
    Angelika Epple (Universität Hamburg)
  • Studium hinter Stacheldraht: Die deutschen Lageruniversitäten des Zweiten Weltkrieges
    Laura Pippel (Universität Bonn)

October 28, 2004
  • "In stillem Gedenken"? Zwischen "Tod" und "Wiedergeburt," "Terrorangriff" und "Naturkatastrophe": Der alliierte Luftkrieg und städtische Erinnerungskulturen in Kassel und Magdeburg zwischen 1940 und 1995
    Jörg Arnold (University of Southampton)
  • Approaching the Enemy: Captive German Soldiers in the American War of Independence, 1776-1783
    Daniel Krebs (Emory University)
  • Diskurse über Kriminalität, Justiz und Gesellschaft. Die Gerichtsreportage in Berlin, Paris und Chicago 1919-1933
    Daniel Siemens (Humboldt-Universität Berlin)

August 12, 2004
  • Amerikabilder der Achtundvierziger: Transatlantischer Kulturtransfer im 19. Jahrhundert
    Daniel Nagel (Universität Mannheim)
  • Hugh Koch (1883-1964): Leben und Werk des Fachschriftstellers, Gartengestalters und Architekten unter besonderer Berücksichtigung seines Beitrages zur Entwicklung einer städtebaulichen und gartenkünstlerischen Gestaltungstheorie im ersten Drittel des 20. Jahrhunderts in Deutschland
    Solveig Köbernick (Universität Leipzig)
  • Verlässliche Partner im Wechselspiel der Weltpolitik: Portugiesisch-deutsche Beziehungen im zwanzigsten Jahrhundert (1918-1986)
    Jürgen Zimmerer (Universidad de Coimbra/Portugal)

June 24, 2004
  • Lettland im Krieg 1940-1947: Reaktionen der lettischen Bevölkerung auf sowjetische und nationalsozialistsische Besatzung
    Björn Michael Felder (Universität Tübingen)
  • Zwischen Konflikt und "Gentleman's Agreement": Die US-Militärverbindungsmission bei der Gruppe der Sowjetischen Streitkräfte in Deutschland
    Christopher Winkler (Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung, Potsdam)
  • Kirche, Katholiken und Amerika: Eine Studie zum interkulturellen Transfer zwischen US- und deutschem Katholizismus in der Nachkriegszeit (1945-1960/61)
    Thomas Schulte-Umberg (Universität Hannover)
  • "Wir haben sie so geliebt, die Revolution!" Die Radikalisierung der "68er" in vergleichender Perspektive: Deutschland, Frankreich und die USA
    Sandra Kraft (Universität Heidelberg)

June 10, 2004
  • Die amerikanische Wissenschaft als Profession in einem sich formierenden Nationalstaat: Eine vergleichende Studie über Alexander Dallas Bache und William Barton Rogers
    Axel Jansen (Universität Frankfurt)
  • Die Wehrmachtsoffiziere im Spiegel der Erinnerungen und Dokumente der amerikanischen Generalität 1935-1955: Auswirkungen auf die Wiederbewaffnung und das Gesichtsbild in der Bundesrepublik
    Jörg Muth (Universität Potsdam)
  • Die Desegregation des Militärs und der Koreakrieg im öffentlichen Diskurs der afroamerikanischen Community
    Christine Knauer (Universität Tübingen)

May 13, 2004
  • 'Dangerous Guests': Enemy Prisoners, Revolutionary Communities, and American National Identity, 1760-1800
    Kenneth J. Miller (University of California, Davis)
  • Deutsch-amerikanische Beziehungen in der Wissenschaftspolitik, 1850-1933
    Jochen Kirchhoff (Universität München)
  • Education Reform from Below in Postwar West Germany, 1945-1965
    Brian Puaca (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
  • Cultures of Air Travel in Postwar America, 1945-1990
    Anke Ortlepp (Universität Köln)

April 15, 2004
  • Fear and Passage (an examination of support networks that aided the emigration of German Catholics during the latter half of the nineteenth century)
    Kevin Ostoyich (Harvard University)
  • Bürgerliche Sozialreform und Welfare State Building in den USA und Deutschland 1880-1940
    Marcus Gräser (Universität Frankfurt)
  • Zwischen Emanzipation und Integration: Die ökonomische, soziale und politische Kontextualisierung deutscher Sportfliegerinnen der Zwischenkriegszeit
    Evelyn Zegenhagen (Universität der Bundeswehr, München)

March 25, 2004
  • Die Volkstumspolitik der SS, 1939-1945
    Alexa Stiller (Universität Hannover)
  • Winning the War in Latin America: Nelson A. Rockefeller, the Office of Inter-American Affairs, and United States Policies to Influence Latin American Public Opinion, 1940-1946
    Gisela Cramer (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotà)
  • Mittler zwischen West und Ost: DDR-Reisekader als Akteure im Wissenstransfer
    Jens Niederhut (Freie Universität Berlin)