Summer Seminar in Paleography and Archival Studies 2004

May 31, 2004 - Jun 12, 2004

Seminar in Germany | Convener: Astrid M. Eckert (GHI)

Participants and their Projects: Joel S. Davis (University of Missouri), "Rebuilding the Soul: Churches and Religion in Bavaria, 1945-1965"; Joshua Derman (Princeton University), "German Liberal Intellectuals and National Identity, 1905-1922"; Angeles Espinaco-Virseda (University of Alberta), "Drawing the Line: (Re)configuring Human and Animal Identities in Imperial Germany"; Nicolas Germana (Boston College), "The Orient of Europe: The Mythical Image of India and the New Mythology of Early German Romanticism"; Suzanne Karr (Yale University), "Interactive and Sculptural Printmaking in the Renaissance"; Daniel J. Koehler (University of Chicago), "Enchanted Protestantism: Piety in an Impious Germany, 1850-1950"; Kris K. Majapra (Harvard University), "Germans, Indians and Modernity: The Remapping of Cultural Difference in Germany, 1890-1930"; Kalil Oldham (University of California, Berkeley), "The Invention of Classical Thermodynamics in Germany, 1840-1870"; Sarah Wobick (University of Wisconsin), "Sites and Symbols of the Jewish Public Sphere in France and Germany in the Nineteenth aand Early Twentieth Centuries"; Ellen M. Yutzy (University of California, Berkeley), "A New Look at Religious Dissidence in the Hessian Reformation: Anabaptism in Context".