Bulletin 61 (Fall 2017)

Forum: Diversity in German History


Feature Articles

  • James Van Horn Melton: Colonial Germans and Slavery on the Eve of the American Revolution: The Case of Ebenezer

Forum: Diversity in German History

Edited by Till van Rahden, Anthony Steinhoff, and Richard F. Wetzell

  • Diversity in German History: Introduction
    Till van Rahden, Anthony Steinhoff, and Richard F. Wetzell
  • Social Fiction and Diversity in Post-Reformation Germany
    Jesse Spohnholz
  • What Travelers Saw in Eighteenth-Century Germany
    Helmut Walser Smith
  • A Battlefield for Emancipation: The Hamburg Kindergarten Movement and the Revolutionary 1840s
    Nisrine Rahal
  • Diversity, Inclusivity, and “Germanness” in Latin America during the Interwar Period
    H. Glenn Penny
  • “Toward a Better World for Gays”: Race, Tourism, and the Internationalization of the West German Gay Rights Movement, 1969-1983
    Christopher Ewing

Conference Reports

  • The United States and World War I: Perspectives and Legacies
    Manuel Franz and Lara Track
  • Mapping Entanglements: Dynamics of Missionary Knowledge and “Materialities” across Space and Time (16th to 20th Centuries)
    Eva Bischoff
  • German Past Futures in the Twentieth Century
    Arnd Bauerkämper, Frank Biess, Kai Evers, and Anne Schenderlein
  • Observing the Everyday: Journalistic Practices and Knowledge Production in the Modern Era
    Kerstin von der Krone
  • Fifth Junior Scholars Conference in Jewish History: Rich and Poor, Jews and Gentiles. Wealth, Poverty and Class in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
    Constanze Kolbe
  • Forever Young? Rejuvenation in Transnational and Transcolonial Perspective, 1900-2000
    Mischa Honeck and Paul Schweitzer-Martin
  • Beyond Data: Knowledge Production in Bureaucracies across Science, Commerce, and the State
    Sebastian Felten and Christine von Oertzen
  • 23rd Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar: German History in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
    Richard F. Wetzell