From an initial focus on North American history and the history of the transatlantic relations, the GHI has broadened the scope of its core research agenda to encompass the Americas as a whole. Its long engagement with the histories of the United States, Canada, and North American-European ties is the point of departure for its new initiatives in the history of the Americas. GHI-supported projects are exploring the myriad entanglements linking the societies of North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean to each other and societies across the globe. The interconnections of the Atlantic and Pacific worlds are focal point of the research program of the GHI’s Pacific Regional Office in Berkeley.
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Oct 12, 2020
Histories of Migration: Transatlantic and Global Perspectives
Bucerius Young Scholars Forum at GHI PRO at UC Berkeley | Conveners: Christiane Reinecke (Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies, Osnabrück) and Andrea Westermann (Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute Washington, Berkeley)Read on
Nov 16, 2020
Contested Meanings of Migration Facilitation: Emigration Agents, Coyotes, Rescuers, and Human Traffickers
Annual Academic and Policy Symposium: Innovation through Migration at GHI PRO | Conveners: Ulf Brunnbauer (Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies & Regensburg University) and Andrea Westermann (GHI PRO)Read on
Apr 22, 2021
Migration and Racism in the United States and Germany in the Twentieth Century
Workshop at GHI Washington | Conveners: Maria Alexopoulou (University of Mannheim), Elisabeth Engel (GHI Washington)Read on
Bulletin 66 (Spring 2020)Read on
Andrea Westermann & Onur Erdur, eds.
Histories of Migrant Knowledge: Transatlantic and Global Perspectives
Bulletin Supplement 15 (2020)Read on
John P.R. Eicher
Exiled Among Nations: German and Mennonite Mythologies in a Transnational Age
Publications of the German Historical Institute. Cambridge University Press, 2020.Read on
Paul Lerner & Joes Segal, eds.
Alternative Realities: Utopian Thought in Times of Political Rupture
Bulletin Supplement 14 (2019)Read on
Bulletin 65 (Fall 2019)
Forum: The Weimar Republic ReconsideredRead on
Anne C. Schenderlein
Germany on their Minds: German Jewish Refugees in the United States and Their Relationships with Germany, 1938–1988
Studies in German History. Vol. 25. New York: Berghahn Books, 2020.Read on
Jan C. Jansen, Jessica Harland-Jacobs & Elizabeth Mancke, eds.
The Fraternal Atlantic, 1770–1930
Special Issue, Atlantic Studies: Global Currents 16.3 (2019)Read on
Jan Logemann, Gary Cross & Ingo Köhler, eds
Consumer Engineering, 1920s–1970s: Marketing between Expert Planning and Consumer Responsiveness
Worlds of Consumption. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2019.Read on