Feature Articles

  • "My Relationship to Beethoven" (7th Gerd Bucerius Lecture, May 31, 2006)
    Kurt Masur
  • "Enlightenment Applied, Enlightenment Betrayed"
    Ralf Dahrendorf
  • "German Emigré Historians Between Two Worlds"
    Gerhard A. Ritter
  • "Three Generations of German Gelehrtenpolitik"
    James Sheehan
  • "Urban Nature and Human Design"
    Anne Whiston Spirn

GHI Research 

  • Why Care About Dirt? Transatlantic Perspectives on the History of Agriculture
    Frank Uekötter
  • Observing a Dictatorship: American Consular Reporting on Germany, 1933–41
    Christoph Strupp
  • Transatlantic Mediators: American Protagonists of American-German Relations Since World War II
    Bernd Schaefer
  • German Jews in the United States: A Guide to Research Resources
    Simone Lässig and Cornelia Wilhelm

Conference Reports 

  • A Flaneur between Rubble and Ruins: Friedrich Seidenstücker, Photographs of Berlin after 1945
    Kelly McCullough
  • The Lights are Going Out All Over Europe
    Christof Mauch
  • War, Culture, and Propaganda: Nelson A. Rockefeller and the U.S. “Information Program” in Latin America During World War II
    Gisela Cramer
  • Jesters, Jokes, and Laughter: The Politics of Humor in the Twentieth Century
    Martina Kessel and Patrick Merziger
  • Crossovers: African Americans and Germany
    Anke Ortlepp, Maria Diedrich, Larry Greene, Jürgen Heinrichs
  • Max Liebermann: An Artist’s Career from Empire to Third Reich
    Marion Deshmukh
  • Western Integration, German Unification, and the Cold War: The Adenauer Era in Perspective
    Corinna R. Unger
  • Philanthropy in History: German and American Perspectives
    Gabriele Lingelbach and Thomas Adam
  • Removing Peoples: Forced Migration in the Modern World (1850–1950)
    Indra Sengupta-Frey
  • Imagining the Nation: Visual Representation of Race from the Mid-Nineteenth to the Early Twentieth
    Anke Ortlepp
  • German History, 1930–1960: Twelfth Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar in German History
    Richard F. Wetzell
  • Controlling the Streets of Nazi Germany: Midatlantic German History Seminar
    Nathan Stoltzfus
  • Jews and Modernity: Beyond the Nation
    Jonathan Skolnik
  • German Imperial Biographies: Soldiers, Scientists, and Officials and the “Arendt Thesis”
    Eric D. Weitz
  • Colonialism, Postcolonialism, and the Environment
    Karen Oslund, Niels Brimnes, Christina Folke Ax, Niklas Thode Jensen
  • Ostpolitik, 1969–1974: The European and Global Response
    Corinna R. Unger
  • Elzbieta Sikorska: Forest Drawings
    Laura Katzman
  • Archival Summer Seminar in Germany
    Anke Ortlepp
  • Pückler and America
    Sonja Dümpelmann
  • Fellows Seminars Spring 2006
    Dirk Schumann