Fall 1995 Lecture Series

The German Welfare State in International Perspective


World War I, Citizenship, and the Welfare State in Germany
September 13, 1995
Young-Su Hong (SUNY at Stony Brook)

Florence Kelley, German Political Culture, and Social Welfare, 1880-1930
September 28, 1995
Katheryn Kish Sklar (SUNY at Binghamton)

The History of Social Welfare in America: A Comparative Analysis
October 11, 1995
Edward D. Berkowitz (George Washington University)

The Meaning of Welfare in the Weimar Republic
October 26, 1995
David F. Crew (University of Texas)

Reflections on a Spittoon:
German and French Approaches to Welfare Reform in the Late Nineteenth Century
November 08, 1995
Allan Mitchell (University of California at San Diego)

The Postwar German Welfare State: Between Restoration and Reform
December 07, 1995
Peter Baldwin (University of California at Los Angeles)