May 17, 2019

Conference to Explore Experiences of Jewish Refugees and Other Forced Migrants in the Global South, 1940–1960

gainst the backdrop of ongoing debates about global migration and its consequences, the German Historical Institute Washington and its Pacific regional office have organized a series of conferences on... Read on

May 16, 2019

We are now seeking applications for a new fellowship on the history of forced migration at our Pacific Regional Office in Berkeley

The Pacific Regional Office and IES are seeking applications for an 18-month Fellowship on the History of Forced Migration (September 1, 2019—February 28, 2021) that is part of a joint initiative with... Read on

April 26, 2019

Sarah Beringer talks with TRAFO blog about the recent GHI Conference "Entangling the Pacific & Atlantic Worlds: Past & Present"

The blog spotlighted the recent symposium “Entangling the Pacific & Atlantic Worlds: Past & Present” that took place March 25-27th 2019 at the GHI Washington’s Pacific Regional Office at UC Berkeley... Read on

April 18, 2019

Marion Deshmukh (1945-2019)

The German Historical Institute mourns the death of Marion Deshmukh, who passed away on April 13, 2019. Marion Deshmukh, who taught in the Department of History and Art History at George Mason... Read on

April 03, 2019

GHI Research Fellow Kerstin von der Krone Published Article in a New Volume on German-Jewish Bible Scholarship

Kerstin von der Krone, research fellow at the GHI, has just published a chapter in the collective volume Deutsch-jüdische Bibelwissenschaft: Historische, exegetische und theologische Perspektiven... Read on

March 19, 2019

GHI's new project "German Heritage in Letters" featured in Die Welt

GHI's new project "German Heritage in Letters" was featured in Die Welt. The project will create a digital collection of German-language correspondence currently held in private hands, by archives, by... Read on

February 13, 2019

GHI Director Simone Lässig invited to join the academic board of the Deutsches Schiffahrts Museum

The Deutsche Schifffahrtsmuseum is one of eight national research museums within the Leibniz Association in Germany. Read on

February 13, 2019

GHI Director Simone Lässig invited to join the board for Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH)

The Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History is one of the three Interdisciplinary Centers at the University of Luxembourg, focusing on high-quality research, analysis and public... Read on

February 01, 2019

Stern Prize Recipient Alice Weinreb Awarded Waterloo Centre for German Studies Book Prize

Alice Weinreb, a 2010 recipient of Fritz Stern Dissertation Prize, has been awarded the inaugural Waterloo Centre for German Studies Book Prize for Modern Hungers: Food and Power in Twentieth-Century... Read on

January 10, 2019

Former Research Fellow Mischa Honeck writes in Tagesspiegel about the 20th-century history of youth organizations

Former Research Fellow Mischa Honeck has written an article about the 20th-century history of youth organizations in Tagesspiegel. Read on