Bulletin 60 (Spring 2017)Download
- Benchmark Europe: Liberalism and Cultural Nationalism in the United States, 1900-1930
- Adelheid von Saldern
- Liberalism and Cultural Nationalism in the United States, 1900-1930: A Comment
- 1990: An Epochal Break in German History?
- No Man’s Land: The Soviet Occupation of Junker Estates in Poland’s New Western Territories, 1945-1948
- Arnold Toynbee and the Problems of Today
- Historians in the Political Arena in Germany: Ample Opportunity and the Ambivalence of Soft Knowledge
- German Jewish “Enemy Aliens” in the United States during the Second World War
- Industrial Decline and the Rise of the Service Sector? How Did Western Europe and North America Cope with the Multifaceted Structural Transformations since the 1970s?
- Migration and Knowledge
- Creating Spatial Historical Knowledge: New Approaches, Opportunities and Epistemological Implications of Mapping History Digitally
- Restricting Knowledge: Channeling Security Information in Recent History
Keith R. Allen