Feature Articles

  • Civilizing Capitalism? The Beginnings of Credit Rating in the United States and Germany
    Hartmut Berghoff
  • Corporate Freedom of Action in Nazi Germany
    Peter Hayes
  • Corporate Freedom of Action in Nazi Germany: A Response to Peter Hayes
    Christoph Buchheim and Jonas Scherner
  • Rejoinder
    Peter Hayes:

GHI Research

  • Where to Shop? The Geography of Consumption in the Twentieth-Century Atlantic World
    Jan Logemann

Conference Reports

  • 1968 in Japan, Germany, and the United States: Political Protest and Cultural Change
    Laura Elizabeth Wong and Alexander Holmig
  • Representing Poverty: American and European Perspectives
    Christoph Ribbat
  • Black Diaspora and Germany Across the Centuries
    Mischa Honeck
  • Nuclear Armament, Peace Movements, and the Second Cold War: The 1979 NATO Double-Track Decision in German-German and International Perspective
    Philipp Gassert
  • 15th Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar: German History in the Nineteenth Century
    Richard F. Wetzell
  • Junior Scholars Conference on the Future of German-Jewish History
    Amos Bitzan
  • A World of Populations: Twentieth-Century Demographic Discourses and Practices in Global Perspective
    Jesse Olszynko-Gryn
  • Global Challenge and Regional Response: Early-Twentieth-Century Northeast China's Encounters with the World
    Susanne Hohler and Sören Urbansky
  • The Economic Effects of German Exploitation in Occupied Countries during World War II
    Jonas Scherner
  • Archival Summer Seminar in Germany, 2009
    Corinna Unger
  • Public History in Germany and the United States: Fields, Developments, and Debates in Praxis and Theory
    Anke Ortlepp