Feature Articles

  • "Fact, Fantasy, and German History" (13th Annual Lecture of the GHI, November 18, 1999)
    Mary Fulbrook
  • "The Limits of Common Sense: (Post-) Postmodern Problems or Opportunities?"(Comment on the Annual Lecture)
    Konrad H. Jarausch
  • "A Search for Genius in Weimar Germany: The Abraham Lincoln Stiftung and American Philanthropy"
    Malcolm Richardson
  • "A Comment on Malcolm Richardson"
    Eckhardt Fuchs
  • "German Historiography in Transatlantic Perspective: Interview with Hans-Ulrich Wehler"
    Andreas Daum

Conferences and Workshops

  • The United States, the Dissolution of the European Empires, and the Emergence of the "Third World"
    Marc Frey
  • Global Human Experience, Capitalism, and Nature: The Construction of New Grand Narratives in History
    Eckhardt Fuchs
  • Coming to Terms with the Female Sonderfall: Women's Work and Gender Politics in East and West Germany
    Donna Harsch
  • The Culture of Hypnosis: Pseudosciences, Sexuality, and Art in Fin-de-Siècle Europe
    Andreas Daum
  • Gender History in Transatlantic Perspective: Women, Motherhood, and Social Change in Twentieth-Century Europe and the United States
    Christine von Oertzen
  • Aesthetics and Politics: From Cologne Cathedral to the Holocaust Memorial
    Cordula A. Grewe
  • The Past and Future of Comparative History
    Malve S. Burns


  • Eighth Annual Symposium of the Friends of the GHI
    Geoffrey J. Giles
  • Official Encounters: Writing and the Making of Civil Society in Germany, 1790s­1820s
    Ian F. McNeely
  • Anthropology and the Place of Knowledge in Imperial Berlin
    Andrew Zimmerman
  • The Nationalized Body: Conceptions of the Body and the Nationalist Imaginary in Nineteenth-Century Germany
    Cordula A. Grewe