Annual Lecture Series
PLEASE NOTE -- The Annual Lecture Series is out of print (see note below). Printed back issues are only mailed within the United States (free of charge) or can be downloaded as a free pdf file. Forthcoming GHI publications are mailed worldwide if you pre-order them before publication: Pre-order.
- 1. Bernard Bailyn, From Protestant Peasants to Jewish Intellectuals: The Germans in the Peopling of America, and Heinrich August Winkler, Causes and Consequences of the German Catastrophe. Oxford/Hamburg/ NewYork: Berg Publishers, 1988.
- 2. Carl N. Degler, Culture versus Biology in the Thought of Franz Boas and Alfred L. Kroeber. New York/Oxford/Munich: Berg Publishers, 1989.
- 3. Kathleen Neils Conzen, Making Their Own America: Assimilation Theory and the German Peasant Pioneer. New York/Oxford/Munich: Berg Publishers, 1990.
- 4. Erich Angermann, Challenges of Ambiguity: Doing Comparative History. New York/Oxford: Berg Publishers, 1991.
- 5. Susan Strasser, Waste and Want: The Other Side of Consumption. Providence/Oxford: Berg Publishers, 1992.
- 6. Dirk Hoerder, People on the Move: Migration, Acculturation, Ethnic Interaction in Europe and North America. Providence/Oxford: Berg Publishers, 1993.
- 7. Stanley N. Katz, Constitutionalism in East Central Europe. Providence/Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1994.
- 8. Patrick J. Geary, Medieval Germany in America. Washington DC: German Historical Institute, 1996.
The Annual Lectures will be published hereafter as part of the Occasional Papers series.