Bulletin 65 (Fall 2019)

Forum: The Weimar Republic Reconsidered


Forum: The Weimar Republic Reconsidered

Edited by Richard F. Wetzell and David Lazar

  • The Weimar Republic Reconsidered: Introduction
    Richard F. Wetzell
  • Remembering and Forgetting Germany’s First Democracy: Reflections on the Founding of the Weimar Republic in 2019
    Kathleen Canning
  • Foundation Violence: Atrocities and the Birth of German Democracy
    Mark Jones
  • Did Sex Bring Down the Weimar Republic?
    Laurie Marhoefer
  • City Streets and Civil Unrest: The Costs of Violence in the Weimar and Nazi Eras
    Molly Loberg
  • Inventing Interwar Diplomacy: Why the Weimar Republic Was Represented by Socialists, Conservatives, and Women at the League of Nations
    James McSpadden
  • The Opportunities and Challenges of Democracy: Weimar and Beyond
    Tim B. Müller

Conference Reports

  • The Transmission of Financial Knowledge in Historical Perspective, 1840–1940
    Atiba Pertilla
  • The Politics of Sovereignty and Globalism in Modern Germany
    Wencke Meteling
  • Entangling Pacific and Atlantic Worlds: Past and Present
    Merle Ingenfeld
  • German History in a Fractious World: Second Annual West Coast Germanists’ Workshop
    Andrea Westermann
  • In Global Transit: Forced Migration of Jews and Other Refugees (1940s-1960s)
    Anna-Carolin Augustin and Nick Underwood
  • Maritime Missions: Religion, Ethnography and Empires in the Long Eighteenth Century
    Jenna M. Gibbs and Sünne Juterczenka
  • Transregional Academy: Histories of Migrant Knowledges in and across the Transpacific
    Andrea Westermann, Daniella Trimboli, Bianca Hennessy, Nathaniel Rigler, and Emma Powell
  • 25th Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar: German History in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
    Anna von der Goltz
  • Political Culture and the History of Knowledge: Actors, Institutions, Practices
    Kijan Espahangizi and Monika Wulz