• A Different Sort of Neoliberalism? Making Sense of German History Since the 1970s
    Paul Nolte
  • Berlin’s Grand Hotels and the Crisis of German Democracy
    Adam Bisno
  • Images of the Collective: Shapes, Types, and Bodies in Interwar Germany
    Simon Unger
  • A Chinese Plague: Sinophobic Discourses in Vladivostok, San Francisco, and Singapore
    Sören Urbansky
  • Love without Fear: Knowledge Networks and Family Planning Initiatives for Immigrant Families in West Germany and the United States
    Claudia Roesch

Conference Reports

  • Exile and Emigration in an Age of War and Revolutions, 1750-1830
    Jan Jansen
  • The Nexus of Migration, Youth, and Knowledge
    Andrea Westermann and Onur Erdur
  • Agents of Cultural Change: Jewish and Other Responses to Modernity, 1750–1900
    Kerstin von der Krone
  • Bucerius Young Scholars Forum at GHI West: Histories of Migration - Transatlantic and Global Perspective
    Andrea Westermann
  • Reconstructing Historical Networks Digitally: New Approaches, Opportunities and Epistemological Implications of Social Network Analysis
    Matthew Hiebert
  • Knowledge and Society in Times of Upheaval
    Jule Köneke