Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar 2003

Germany in the Early Modern Era, 1490-1790

 

April 09-12, 2003
Conference at the GHI
[Bulletin 33, Fall 2003, pp. 99-104]

Conveners: Roger Chickering, Georgetown University; Richard F. Wetzell, GHI

Participants: Astrid Ackermann, University of Jena; Marie Luisa Allemeyer, Max Planck Institute for History, Göttingen; Pernille Arenfeldt, European University Institute, Florence; Christopher Bauermeister, Purdue University; Björn Christlieb, University of Freiburg; Luke Clossey, University of California at Berkeley; Warren Dym, University of California at Davis; Michaela Fenske, University of Göttingen; Renko Geffarth, University of Halle; Bernd Klesmann, University of Zurich; Martin Knoll, University of Regensburg; Richard Ninness, University of Pennsylvania; Daniel Riches, University of Chicago; Andrew Sparling, Duke University; Jesse Spohnholz, University of Iowa; Mary Knoll Venables, Yale University

Mentors: Astrid Eckert, GHI; Isabell Hull, Cornell University; Amy F. Leonard, Georgetown University; Christof Mauch, GHI; Claudia Ulbrich, Free University of Berlin; Lee Palmer Wandel, University of Wisconsin at Madison