Feature Articles

  • Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute, and the German Empire: Race and Cotton in the Black Atlantic
    Andrew Zimmerman
  • Refusing to be "Good Germans": New Left Violence as a Global Phenomenon
    Jeremy Varon
  • Terrorism in Germany: The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon
    Stefan Aust
  • Putting German Terrorism in Perspective: An American Response
    Bruce Hoffman

GHI Research

  • Proto-Eugenic Thought and Breeding Utopias in the United States before 1870
    Maren Lorenz
  • The African American Civil Rights Struggle and Germany 1945–1989
    Martin Klimke

Conference Reports 

  • Connecting Atlantic, Indian Ocean, China Seas, and Pacific Migrations from the 1830s to the 1930s
    Gisela Mettele
  • Transregional and Transnational Families: European Kinship in Comparative Perspective
    David Sabean
  • Managing the Unknown: Natural Reserves in Historical Perspective
    Frank Uekötter
  • Modernization as a Global Project: American, Soviet, and European Approaches
    David C. Engermann and Corinna R. Unger
  • 1968 – Forty Years Later
    Martin Klimke
  • Perspectives on National Socialism, Global War, and the Holocaust: A Symposium in Honor of Gerhard L. Weinberg
    Philipp Gassert
  • Flammable Cities: Fire, Urban Environment, and Culture in History
    Greg Bankoff, Uwe Lübken, Jordan Sand
  • Public Eating, Public Drinking: Places of Consumption from Early Modern to Postmodern Times
    Maren Möhring and Marc Forster
  • Early Modern German History, 1500–1790: Fourteenth Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar
    Richard F. Wetzell
  • Gender and the Long Postwar: Reconsiderations of the United States and the Two Germanys, 1945–1989
    Michael Grutchfield, Reid Gustafson, Melissa Kravetz, Christina Larocco, Amy Rutenberg
  • Why Do Terrorists Stop?
    Carola Dietze
  • Civilizing Nature: National Parks in Transnational Historical Perspective
    Anna-Katharina Wöbse
  • Archival Summer Seminar in Germany, 2008
    Corinna R. Unger
  • GHI Research Seminar, Spring 2008