Feature Articles

  • National Socialism and the Search for International Order
    Mark Mazower
  • National Socialism and the Search for International Order: Comment
    Lutz Klinkhammer
  • Nationalism on the Margins: Silesians Between Germany and Poland, 1848-1945
    Brendan Karch
  • Creating Killers: The Nazification of the Black Sea Germans and the Holocaust in Southern Ukraine, 1941-1944
    Eric C. Steinhart
  • Lessons from History? German Economic Experiences and the Crisis of the Euro
    Charles S. Maier

GHI Research

  • Modernity Calling: Interpersonal Communication and the Telephone in Germany and the United States, 1880-1990
    Clelia Caruso

Conference Reports

  • The Cold War: History, Memory, and Representation
    Jula Danylow, Jasmin Heermann, Claudia Schumacher, Andreas Etges
  • Summer Seminar: Europe - Migration - Identity
    Jan Logemann
  • 2011 Bosch Foundation Archival Seminar for Young Historians: American History in Transatlantic Perspective
    Mischa Honeck
  • The Transnational Significance of the American Civil War: A Global History
    Katharina Wagner
  • Shifting Visions of Development: International Organizations, Non-Governmental Actors, and the Rise of Global Governance, 1945-1990
    Samuel Misteli
  • Medieval History Seminar 2011
    Jan-Hendryk de Boer
  • Uncertain Knowledge: Discourses and Practices of (Non-)Affirmation in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century American History
    Sebastian Jobs
  • Transatlantic Tourism: American Visitors to Europe in the Long Twentieth Century
    Frank Schipper
  • "Trust, but Verify": Confidence and Distrust from Détente to the End of the Cold War
    Nadja Klopprogge and Emily Malkin
  • From Mass Murder to Exhibition: Museum Representations in Transatlantic Comparison
    Jacob S. Eder