Bulletin 27 (Fall 2000)Download
- "The Dissolution of the Third Reich: Crisis Management and Collapse, 1943-1945" (First Lecture of the Friends of the GHI, April 4, 2000)
- "Death Throes and Killing Frenzies" (Comment on the Friends of the GHI Lecture)
Doris L. Bergen
- "Limits of Educational Internationalism: Foreign Students at German Universities Between 1890 and 1930"
- "A Comment on Peter Drewek"
- "The Generation of Memory: Reflections on the 'Memory Boom' in Contemporary Historical Studies"
- Comparing Communities: Local Representation and Territorial States in Early Modern Europe and New England
- Networks of an Academic World Community: The Exodus of German-Speaking Women Scientists and the Refugee Aid Program of the American Association of University Women
Christine von Oertzen
- Laboratory Federalism in the European Union's Social Policy
Conferences and Workshops
- Before Television: Mass Media, Political Cultures, and the Public Sphere in Western Europe and the United States, 1900-1950
- Reviving a Historical Corpse: Rewriting the Historiography of Nineteenth-Century Religious Art
- Berlin-Washington, 1800-2000: Capital Cities, Cultural Representation, and National Identities
- Writing World History, 1800-2000
- Cultivated Nature: Gardens, Parks, and Playgrounds
- Witnessing the Third Reich: Diaries, Memoirs, Memories
- Ethnic Encounters and Identities: German, American, and African Perspectives
- Sixth Transatlantic Doctoral Seminar in German History: Germany in the Imperial Age, 1850-1914
- Summer Seminar in Paleography and Archival Studies, June 4-18, 2000
- Young Scholars Forum, 2001: GENDER, POWER, RELIGION: FORCES IN CULTURAL HISTORY