Bulletin 59 (Fall 2016)

Forum: History of Knowledge


Feature Article

  • Dorothee Wierling: German History as Global History: The Case of Coffee in the Twentieth Century

Forum: History of Knowledge

  • The History of Knowledge and the Expansion of the Historical Research Agenda
    Simone Lässig
  • Old and New Orders of Knowledge in Modern Jewish History
    Kerstin von der Krone
  • Data, Diplomacy, and Liberalism: August Ferdinand Lueder’s Critique of German Descriptive Statistics
    Anna Echterhölter

Conference Reports

  • The Western Art World between 1930 and 1950: Methodological Approaches to Transdisciplinary Research
    Jeroen Euwe
  • The Refugee Crisis: Historical Perspectives from Europe and North America, 1945-2000
    Sascha Brünig and Jan C. Jansen
  • The Historian and the World — The Worlds of History: Positions, Purposes, and Politics in the Twenty-First Century
    Mischa Honeck and Jan C. Jansen
  • Navigating Diversity: Narratives, Practices and Politics in German-Speaking Europe
    Richard F. Wetzell
  • Forging Bonds Across Borders: Mobilizing for Women’s Rights and Social Justice in the Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic World
    Sonya Michel and Anja Schüler
  • Thirteenth Workshop on Early Modern German History
    Hannah Briscoe and Rebecca Lott
  • 22nd Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century German History
    Anna von der Goltz
  • Willy Brandt and the Americas, 1974-1992
    Sophie Lange
  • Archival Summer Seminar in Germany 2016
    Elisabeth Engel
  • Immigrant Entrepreneurship in Transnational Comparative Perspective, Eighteenth Century to Today
    Atiba Pertilla
  • Uncertainty and Risk in America: (Un)Stable Histories from the Late Colonial Period to the “Gilded Age”
    Elisabeth Engel
  • Cultural Mobility and Knowledge Formation in the Americas
    Margaretha Schweiger-Wilhelm