Events 2009

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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. 

Helmut Schmidt Prize Lecture: Banking Crises in Three Countries: An Historical and Comparative Perspective

December 10, 2009
Award presentation and lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Richard Tilly

The Birth of the Risk Economy: A Cultural and Institutional History of Futures Trading, 1880s - 1990s

December 04, 2009
Speaker: Alexander Engel (Georg-August University Göttingen), In cooperation with the Washington Area Economic History Seminar (WAEHS) at American University

The Strained Alliance: U.S.-European Relations from Nixon to Carter

December 02, 2009
Books Presentation at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

18th Annual Symposium of the Friends of the GHI

November 13, 2009
Presentation of the 2009 Fritz Stern Dissertation Prizes
Commentator: Fritz Stern

Twenty-third Annual Lecture of the GHI

November 12, 2009
Lecture by: Donna Harsch (Carnegie Mellon University), Commentator: Thomas Lindenberger (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for European History and Public Spheres, Vienna)

On shoelaces, fishing manuals, and the fear of misspeaking

November 05, 2009
Katrin Askan (Berlin)

Understanding Markets: Information, Institutions, and History

October 30 - 31, 2009
Conference at the Hagley Museum and Library (Wilmington, DE)
Conveners: Hartmut Berghoff (GHI), Roger Horowitz (Hagley), Philip Scranton (Hagley), Uwe Spiekermann (GHI)

William R. Smyser - Kennedy and the Berlin Wall: "A Hell of a Lot Better than a War"

October 29, 2009
Room LJ-119, Thomas Jefferson Building, Library of Congress
Book presentation and panel discussion, sponsored by the John W. Kluge Center of the Library of Congress and the GHI

Beyond the Racial State

October 22 - 25, 2009
Conference at Indiana University, Bloomington
Conveners: Devin Pendas (Boston College), Mark Roseman (Indiana University), Richard F. Wetzell (GHI)

The Decline of the West? The Fate of the Atlantic Community after the Cold War

October 15 - 17, 2009
Conference at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Conveners: Philipp Gassert (GHI), Ronald Granieri (Penn), Eric Jarosinski (Penn), Frank Trommler (Penn)

Medieval History Seminar 2009

October 08 - 11, 2009
Conference at the German Historical Institute London
Conveners: Carola Dietze (GHI), Jochen Schenk (GHIL)

Film Series - Wende Flicks: Last Films From East Germany

October 05 - November 30, 2009
Film Screenings at the Goethe-Institut Washington DC, introduced by members of staff of the GHI: Uta A. Balbier, Martin Klimke, Ines Prodöhl, Jan Logemann, Uwe Spiekermann, Anke Ortlepp and Richard F. Wetzell

Popular Culture, Memory, and German Unification: Heiner Carow's "The Mistake"

October 05, 2009
Please note: The lecture will take place at the Goethe Institut Washington DC
Barton Byg (Amherst, MA)

African American Civil Rights and Germany in the 20th Century

October 01 - 04, 2009
Conference, jointly organized by the German Historical Institute, Washington, DC and Vassar College (Poughkeepsie, NY)
Conveners: Maria Höhn (Vassar College) and Martin Klimke (GHI)

Germans' Things: Material Culture and Daily Life in East and West 1949 - 2009

October 01 - 03, 2009
Conference at the Wende Museum and the University of California at Los Angeles
Conveners: Uta Balbier (GHI), Philipp Gassert (Augsburg), Justinian Jampol (Wende Museum), Robert G. Moeller (UC Irvine)

A Culture of Decline? Politics, Economy, and Social Life in East Germany

September 24, 2009
Panel Discussion at Johns Hopkins SAIS
jointly organized by AICGS and the German Historial Institute

Falling Behind or Catching Up? The East German Economy in the 20th Century

September 24 - 26, 2009
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Hartmut Berghoff and Uta Balbier (GHI)

Yes, We Can! Political Rhetoric in the U.S. and German Elections

September 23, 2009
Panel Discussion at the Goethe-Institut Washington

East German Socialist Modernity and Consumer Culture Before and After the Wall

September 17, 2009
Katherine Pence (Baruch College New York, NY)

Leipziger Herbst – The Peaceful Revolution of 1989

September 17 - December 18, 2009
Photo Exhibition at the GHI
organized in collaboration with the Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Leipzig

Why Write a Book? From Lived Experience to the Written Word in Early Modern Europe

September 16, 2009
Grolier Club, New York (NY)
Lecture by Pamela H. Smith, Columbia University

Kaleidoscopic Knowledge: On Jewish and Other Encyclopedias in Modernity

September 10 - 11, 2009
Workshop at the Simon Dubnow Institute, Leipzig
Conveners: Arndt Engelhardt (DI) and Ines Prodöhl (GHI Washington)

"Public History" in Germany and the United States: Fields, Developments and Debates in Praxis and Theory

June 25 - 27, 2009
Conference at the Freie Universität Berlin
Conveners: Andreas Etges and Paul Nolte (FU Berlin) and Anke Ortlepp (GHI)

The Short- and Long-Term Economic Effects of German Exploitation in Occupied Countries during World War II

June 18 - 20, 2009
Workshop at the GHI
Convener: Jonas Scherner (GHI)

Global Challenge and Regional Response - Early-Twentieth-Century Northeast China's Encounters with the World

June 17 - 20, 2009
Conference at Heilongjiang University, Harbin (China)

Haus des Rundfunks - Berlin's Broadcast House

June 10, 2009
Goethe-Institut Washington DC, GoetheForum

The Current Global Financial Crisis: Origins, Consequences, and Remedies

June 04, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
Adam S. Posen (Peterson Institute for International Economics)

A World of Populations

May 29 - 30, 2009
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Heinrich Hartmann (Freie Universität Berlin) and Corinna R. Unger (GHI)

Death or Rebirth? The End of the Bretton Woods System, 1968 – 1973

May 21, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
James J. Boughton (International Monetary Fund)

Junior Scholars Conference on the Future of German-Jewish History

May 21 - 22, 2009
Conveners: Wissenschaftliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft des Leo Baeck Instituts in Deutschland, Institute of European Studies (Berkeley), German Historical Institute (Washington DC)

Round table discussion with Günter Nooke

May 14, 2009
Panelist: Günter Nooke (Beauftragter der Bundesregierung für Menschenrechtspolitik und Humanitäre Hilfe)

Rosa Lee: A Mother and Her Family in Urban America

May 13, 2009
Speaker: Leon Dash (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)

Mourning, Celebrating, Revisiting: Alexander von Humboldt in the United States, 1859-2009

May 06, 2009
Lecture at the Library of Congress
Speaker: Andreas Daum (University at Buffalo). This lecture is part of the event series Alexander von Humboldt - Remapping Global Perspectives, in cooperation with Dr. Frank Holl and the German Embassy, the Goethe-Institut Washington DC, the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Associates

Mourning, Celebrating, Revisiting: Alexander von Humboldt in the United States, 1859-2009

May 06, 2009
Lecture at the Library of Congress
Speaker: Andreas Daum (University at Buffalo)

Alexander von Humboldt – A Man for the 21st Century

May 04, 2009
Roundtable discussion at the GHI
Speakers: Ottmar Ette (University of Potsdam), Andreas Daum (University at Buffalo), Kirsten Belgum (University of Texas at Austin), and moderator Frank Holl (Munich). This roundtable discussion is part of the event series Alexander von Humboldt - Remapping Global Perspectives, in cooperation with Dr. Frank Holl and the German Embassy, the Goethe-Institut Washington DC, the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Associates.

The Great American Real Estate Bubble of the 1920’s

April 30, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
Eugene N. White (Rutgers University)

15th Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar: German History in the Nineteenth Century

April 29 - May 02, 2009
Seminar at the GHI and Georgetown University
Conveners: Roger Chickering (Georgetown University) and Richard F. Wetzell (GHI)

The Great Depression: Can It Recur?

April 23, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
Harold James (Princeton University)

Sexuality, Race, and Politics: Historical Perspectives on Antebellum

April 22, 2009
Discussion at Woolly Mammoth Theatre

Songs from Weimar Berlin

April 15, 2009
An Evening of Cabaret at the GHI
Performance at the GHI, in cooperation with the In Series theater company

To Police and Protect

March 28, 2009
Mid-Atlantic German History Seminar at the GHI
Speaker: Robert Beachy (Goucher College), Convener: Peter Jelavich (Johns Hopkins University)

The Effects of Overexpansion: The Panic of 1873 and the World Economy

March 26, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
Richard E. Sylla (New York University)

Nuclear Armament, Peace Movements, and the Second Cold War: The 1979 NATO Double Track Decision in German-German and International Perspective

March 26 - 28, 2009
Conference at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin
Convenors: Philipp Gassert (GHI), Tim Geiger (IfZ), Hermann Wentker (IfZ)

'Kasseler Neger - Kasseler Mohren?' Silenced Narratives of the African Diaspora in Germany

March 20, 2009
Lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Maria I. Diedrich (Universität Münster)

Black Diaspora and Germany Across the Centuries

March 19 - 21, 2009
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Martin Klimke (GHI Washington), Anne Kuhlmann-Smirnov (History Department, University of Bremen), and Mischa Honeck (Heidelberg Center for American Studies, University of Heidelberg)

Representing Poverty: American and European Perspectives

March 13 - 14, 2009
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Anke Ortlepp (GHI) and Christoph Ribbat (University of Paderborn)

Tenth Gerd Bucerius Lecture

March 12, 2009
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Kurt Biedenkopf

1968 in the US, Japan and Germany: Political Protest and Cultural Change

March 04 - 06, 2009
Conference at the Japanese-German Center, Berlin
Conveners: Martin Klimke (GHI/HCA Heidelberg), Yoshie Mitobe (Meiji University, Tokyo), Joachim Scharloth (University of Zurich) and Laura Wong (Harvard University)

Special Screening of The Reader

January 22, 2009
Screening at the AFI Theater in Silver Spring, MD

Immer eine Nasenlänge voraus? Amerika und Deutschland im Wettlauf um die Moderne

January 20, 2009
Symposium in Kaiserslautern
Convener: Werner Kremp (Atlantische Akademie)

Civil Rights and America's Role in World War II

January 13, 2009
Lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Harvard Sitkoff (University of New Hampshire)

Facing the Challenge of a New Religious History: Post-1945 American Religion as a Site of Historical Inquiry in Germany

January 05, 2009
GHI-sponsored panel at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association (AHA), New York

Problematizing Transatlantic History: German-American Perspectives

January 04, 2009
GHI-sponsored panel at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association (AHA), New York

Languages: Sine Qua Non for Globalizing Historiography

January 03, 2009
GHI-sponsored panel at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association (AHA), New York

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

Helmut Schmidt Prize Lecture: Banking Crises in Three Countries: An Historical and Comparative Perspective

December 10, 2009
Award presentation and lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Richard Tilly

Twenty-third Annual Lecture of the GHI

November 12, 2009
Lecture by: Donna Harsch (Carnegie Mellon University), Commentator: Thomas Lindenberger (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for European History and Public Spheres, Vienna)

On shoelaces, fishing manuals, and the fear of misspeaking

November 05, 2009
Katrin Askan (Berlin)

William R. Smyser - Kennedy and the Berlin Wall: "A Hell of a Lot Better than a War"

October 29, 2009
Room LJ-119, Thomas Jefferson Building, Library of Congress
Book presentation and panel discussion, sponsored by the John W. Kluge Center of the Library of Congress and the GHI

Popular Culture, Memory, and German Unification: Heiner Carow's "The Mistake"

October 05, 2009
Please note: The lecture will take place at the Goethe Institut Washington DC
Barton Byg (Amherst, MA)

East German Socialist Modernity and Consumer Culture Before and After the Wall

September 17, 2009
Katherine Pence (Baruch College New York, NY)

Why Write a Book? From Lived Experience to the Written Word in Early Modern Europe

September 16, 2009
Grolier Club, New York (NY)
Lecture by Pamela H. Smith, Columbia University

The Current Global Financial Crisis: Origins, Consequences, and Remedies

June 04, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
Adam S. Posen (Peterson Institute for International Economics)

Death or Rebirth? The End of the Bretton Woods System, 1968 – 1973

May 21, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
James J. Boughton (International Monetary Fund)

Rosa Lee: A Mother and Her Family in Urban America

May 13, 2009
Speaker: Leon Dash (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)

Mourning, Celebrating, Revisiting: Alexander von Humboldt in the United States, 1859-2009

May 06, 2009
Lecture at the Library of Congress
Speaker: Andreas Daum (University at Buffalo). This lecture is part of the event series Alexander von Humboldt - Remapping Global Perspectives, in cooperation with Dr. Frank Holl and the German Embassy, the Goethe-Institut Washington DC, the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Associates

Mourning, Celebrating, Revisiting: Alexander von Humboldt in the United States, 1859-2009

May 06, 2009
Lecture at the Library of Congress
Speaker: Andreas Daum (University at Buffalo)

The Great American Real Estate Bubble of the 1920’s

April 30, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
Eugene N. White (Rutgers University)

The Great Depression: Can It Recur?

April 23, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
Harold James (Princeton University)

The Effects of Overexpansion: The Panic of 1873 and the World Economy

March 26, 2009
Lecture at the GHI (Spring Lecture Series 2009)
Richard E. Sylla (New York University)

'Kasseler Neger - Kasseler Mohren?' Silenced Narratives of the African Diaspora in Germany

March 20, 2009
Lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Maria I. Diedrich (Universität Münster)

Tenth Gerd Bucerius Lecture

March 12, 2009
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Kurt Biedenkopf

Civil Rights and America's Role in World War II

January 13, 2009
Lecture at the GHI
Speaker: Harvard Sitkoff (University of New Hampshire)

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

Understanding Markets: Information, Institutions, and History

October 30 - 31, 2009
Conference at the Hagley Museum and Library (Wilmington, DE)
Conveners: Hartmut Berghoff (GHI), Roger Horowitz (Hagley), Philip Scranton (Hagley), Uwe Spiekermann (GHI)

Beyond the Racial State

October 22 - 25, 2009
Conference at Indiana University, Bloomington
Conveners: Devin Pendas (Boston College), Mark Roseman (Indiana University), Richard F. Wetzell (GHI)

The Decline of the West? The Fate of the Atlantic Community after the Cold War

October 15 - 17, 2009
Conference at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Conveners: Philipp Gassert (GHI), Ronald Granieri (Penn), Eric Jarosinski (Penn), Frank Trommler (Penn)

Medieval History Seminar 2009

October 08 - 11, 2009
Conference at the German Historical Institute London
Conveners: Carola Dietze (GHI), Jochen Schenk (GHIL)

African American Civil Rights and Germany in the 20th Century

October 01 - 04, 2009
Conference, jointly organized by the German Historical Institute, Washington, DC and Vassar College (Poughkeepsie, NY)
Conveners: Maria Höhn (Vassar College) and Martin Klimke (GHI)

Germans' Things: Material Culture and Daily Life in East and West 1949 - 2009

October 01 - 03, 2009
Conference at the Wende Museum and the University of California at Los Angeles
Conveners: Uta Balbier (GHI), Philipp Gassert (Augsburg), Justinian Jampol (Wende Museum), Robert G. Moeller (UC Irvine)

Falling Behind or Catching Up? The East German Economy in the 20th Century

September 24 - 26, 2009
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Hartmut Berghoff and Uta Balbier (GHI)

Kaleidoscopic Knowledge: On Jewish and Other Encyclopedias in Modernity

September 10 - 11, 2009
Workshop at the Simon Dubnow Institute, Leipzig
Conveners: Arndt Engelhardt (DI) and Ines Prodöhl (GHI Washington)

"Public History" in Germany and the United States: Fields, Developments and Debates in Praxis and Theory

June 25 - 27, 2009
Conference at the Freie Universität Berlin
Conveners: Andreas Etges and Paul Nolte (FU Berlin) and Anke Ortlepp (GHI)

The Short- and Long-Term Economic Effects of German Exploitation in Occupied Countries during World War II

June 18 - 20, 2009
Workshop at the GHI
Convener: Jonas Scherner (GHI)

Global Challenge and Regional Response - Early-Twentieth-Century Northeast China's Encounters with the World

June 17 - 20, 2009
Conference at Heilongjiang University, Harbin (China)

A World of Populations

May 29 - 30, 2009
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Heinrich Hartmann (Freie Universität Berlin) and Corinna R. Unger (GHI)

Junior Scholars Conference on the Future of German-Jewish History

May 21 - 22, 2009
Conveners: Wissenschaftliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft des Leo Baeck Instituts in Deutschland, Institute of European Studies (Berkeley), German Historical Institute (Washington DC)

15th Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar: German History in the Nineteenth Century

April 29 - May 02, 2009
Seminar at the GHI and Georgetown University
Conveners: Roger Chickering (Georgetown University) and Richard F. Wetzell (GHI)

Nuclear Armament, Peace Movements, and the Second Cold War: The 1979 NATO Double Track Decision in German-German and International Perspective

March 26 - 28, 2009
Conference at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin
Convenors: Philipp Gassert (GHI), Tim Geiger (IfZ), Hermann Wentker (IfZ)

Black Diaspora and Germany Across the Centuries

March 19 - 21, 2009
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Martin Klimke (GHI Washington), Anne Kuhlmann-Smirnov (History Department, University of Bremen), and Mischa Honeck (Heidelberg Center for American Studies, University of Heidelberg)

Representing Poverty: American and European Perspectives

March 13 - 14, 2009
Conference at the GHI
Conveners: Anke Ortlepp (GHI) and Christoph Ribbat (University of Paderborn)

1968 in the US, Japan and Germany: Political Protest and Cultural Change

March 04 - 06, 2009
Conference at the Japanese-German Center, Berlin
Conveners: Martin Klimke (GHI/HCA Heidelberg), Yoshie Mitobe (Meiji University, Tokyo), Joachim Scharloth (University of Zurich) and Laura Wong (Harvard University)

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.

GHI Research Seminar

December 09, 2009
  • Cooperative Law and Business Law, 1867-1892
    Tim Guinnane (Yale University)

GHI Doctoral Seminar

December 03, 2009
  • Marie-Luise Tapfer (Freie Universität Berlin)
    Bernhard A. Boehmer, a Dealer of “Degenerate Art” in the Third Reich. A Biography,
  • Michael Savage
  • Maria Dörnemann (Universität Tübingen)
    Diagnose "Überbevölkerung": Die Bervölkerungspolitik internationaler Organisaionen am Beispiel von Kenia (1974-1984).

GHI Research Seminar

November 17, 2009
  • Transatlantische Marketingtransfers zwischen Kodak und Agfa von 1880 bis 1945
    Berti Kolbow (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
  • "Outsiders Within": Afro-Germans in West Germany - Discourses and Experiences, 1949-1989
    S. Marina Jones (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

GHI Research Seminar

November 04, 2009
  • In a Foreign Land: Refugees, Germans, and Americans, 1945-60
    Adam Seipp (Texas A&M University)

GHI Research Seminar

October 26, 2009
  • Immigrant Entrepreneurship. The German-American Business Biography, 1720 to the Present
    Hartmut Berghoff/Uwe Spiekermann (GHI)

GHI Research Seminar

September 23, 2009
  • Weltnachrichtenordnung: Strukturen und Bedingungen internationaler Kommunikation, 1859-1934
    Volker Barth (Universität zu Köln)

GHI Doctoral Seminar

September 17, 2009
  • Julio Decker (Leeds University)
    The Immigration Restriction League and the Political Regulation of Immigration, 1894-1924,
  • Stephan Isernhagen (FU Berlin)
    Susan Sontag - New Yorker Intellektuelle und eine "neue Sensibilität",
  • Bodo Mrozek (TU Berlin)
    Jugendstile und Popkultur nach 1945 aus transnationaler Perspektive.

GHI Research Seminar

September 09, 2009
  • Sexual Politics and Cultures in Post-Reunification Germany
    Dagmar Herzog (City University of New York)

GHI Doctoral Seminar

August 06, 2009
  • Enrico Boehm (Philipps-Universität Marburg)
    Gipfel der Kooperation? Die Entstehung der G7 als Instrument internationaler Sicherheitspolitik
  • Deborah Brown (University of California Los Angeles)
    Science and Politics of Category Creation and their Reltion to Religious-Racial Identity in Germany, 1900-1933
  • Paul Glatz (Freie Universität Berlin)
    US-amerikanische Deserteure, oppositionelle GIs und internationale Protestbewegungen gegen den Vietnamkrieg
  • Felix Krämer (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)
    Geschlecht, Religion und soziokulturelle Ordnung in den USA, 1969-1989

GHI Research Seminar

June 24, 2009
  • Die transnationale Geschichte der psychoanalytischen Wissenskultur in Berlin, London und Kalkutta (1910-1940)
    Uffa Jensen (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)

GHI Research Seminar

June 10, 2009
  • Tour of Duty: Gender, Class, and Cultural Contact in the American Revolution
    Friederike Baer (Temple University, GHI Postdoctoral Fellow)

GHI Research Seminar

May 27, 2009
  • The African-American Civil Rights Struggle and Germany 1945 - 89
    Martin Klimke (GHI American History Fellow)

GHI Research Seminar

May 13, 2009
  • The Politics of Punishment in Modern Germany: Reforming Criminal Justice 1880 - 1970
    Richard Wetzell (GHI)

GHI Research Seminar

May 06, 2009
  • God's Own Citizens: Political Participation and the Transformation of American Evangelicalism 1900 - 1961
    Uta Balbier (GHI)

GHI Doctoral Seminar

April 23, 2009
  • Frank Beyersdorf (Universität Mannheim)
  • Nina Mackert (Universität Erfurt)
  • Markus Hedrich (Universität zu Köln)

GHI Research Seminar

April 22, 2009
  • Gender, Memory and Nation: A History of the Daughters of the American Revolution
    Simon Wendt (Heidelberg, GHI Postdoctoral Fellow)

GHI Research Seminar

March 18, 2009
  • Metropolen der Moderne: Moskau, Berlin und Chicago um 1900
    Jan C. Behrends (WZB Berlin, GHI Postdoctoral Fellow)

GHI Research Seminar

March 11, 2009
  • West German and American Modernization Policies in India 1945 - 1980
    Corinna Unger (GHI)

GHI Research Seminar

February 25, 2009
  • State, Society & Space: Transatlantic Differences in Shaping Postwar Mass Consumption in West Germany and the United States
    Jan Logemann (Penn State, GHI Economic History Fellow)

GHI Research Seminar

February 11, 2009
  • Terror in the 19th Century: Political Assassinations and Public Discourse in Europe and the United States 1878 - 1901
    Carola Dietze (GHI)

GHI Research Seminar

January 28, 2009
  • Constructing a Global Community in Early America. Moravians in an Eighteenth Century Atlantic World
    Bettina Hessler (Northwestern University, GHI Doctoral Fellow)
  • Consumer Demand and Nazi Economic Policy: Conceptual Problems and Preliminary Findings
    Hartmut Berghoff (GHI)

GHI Research Seminar

January 21, 2009
  • "Information Requested..." The Culture of US Military Intelligence during World War Two
    Felix Roemer (Mainz, GHI Postdoctoral Fellow)

GHI Research Seminar

January 14, 2009
  • Globalisierung und Global History. Sojabohnen und die globalen Verflechtungen der Mandschurei in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts
    Ines Prodöhl