Feature Articles

  • Liliane Weissberg, "Reflecting on the Past, Envisioning the Future: Perspectives for German-Jewish Studies" (Joint Lecture of the Leo Baeck Institute, New York, and the GHI, October 16, 2003
  • Jeffrey Peck, "New Perspectives in German-Jewish Studies: Toward a Diasporic and Global Perspective" (Comment on the Joint Lecture)
  • Kathleen Neils Conzen, "Immigrant Religion and the Republic: German Catholics in Nineteenth-Century America"
  • Denis Cosgrove, "Landscape and Landschaft"; Karen E. Till, "Emplacing Memory Through the City: The New Berlin"

Helmut Schmidt Prize

  • "The Vulnerability of Globalization"
    Harold James

GHI Research

  • Competing Modernities: Germany and the United States, 1890 to the Present
    Christof Mauch and Kiran Patel
  • Natural Disasters in Transatlantic Perspective: River Floods in German and U.S. History
    Uwe Luebken and Christof Mauch

Reports on Conferences, Symposia, Seminars

  • Reconstituting Public Realms: Archivists, Librarians, and Journalists in Postwar Germany
    Astrid M. Eckert
  • The Welfare State: Past, Present, and Future in Transatlantic Perspective
    Dirk Schumann
  • The Spatial Turn in History
    Thomas Zeller
  • Natural Disasters and Cultural Strategies: Responses to Catastrophe in Global Perspective
    Christof Mauch
  • Pietism in Two Worlds: Transmissions of Dissent in Germany and North America, 1680–1820
    Jonathan Strom
  • Taxation, State, and Civil Society in Germany and the United States, 1750–1950
    Alexander Nuetzenadel
  • Toward a Biographical Turn? Biography in Modern Historiograph — Modern Historiography in Biography
    Simone Laessig
  • Criminal Justice in Times of Political Crisis: Central Europe, 1920–1950
    Richard F. Wetzell
  • A Mighty Fortress: A New History of the German People
    Frank Wagner
  • Civil Society, the Public Sphere, and Popular Politics in the Rhineland, 1800–1848: Mid-Atlantic German History Seminar
    Marion Deshmukh
  • German History in the Short Nineteenth Century, 1790–1890: Tenth Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar in German History
    Richard F. Wetzell
  • War and the Environment: Contexts and Consequences of Military Destruction in the Modern Age
    Charles Closmann and Christof Mauch
  • The United States and Germany in the Era of the Cold War
    David Lazar
  • Beyond Anti-Semitism and Philo-Semitism: Searching for Normality in German-Jewish Relations
    Simone Laessig
  • First International Dialogue between Young Germans and Young American-Jewish Leaders
    Anne Luemers
  • The Origins of Green Parties in Global Perspective
    Frank Zelko
  • Environment, Culture, Politics: Transatlantic Perspectives: Young Scholars Forum
  • Charles Closmann
  • Archival Summer Seminar in Germany 2004
    Astrid M. Eckert
  • Environmental History and the Oceans
    Frank Zelko
  • Alexander von Humboldt and North America
    Andreas W. Daum
  • Screening of In the Shadow of Power
    Gerald Livingston
  • Historical Research and Internationalization: The Historical Profession at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century
    Philipp Gasser
  • GHI Fellows Seminars, Spring and Summer 2004
    Dirk Schumann