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Forthcoming Conferences and Workshops 2016

12-14 February

German Song Onstage 1770-1914

Conference Committee: Natasha Loges, Royal College of Music; Laura Tunbridge, Oxford University; Andreas Gestrich, German Historical Institute London

Venues: Royal College of Music and Wigmore Hall

6 May

Thirteenth Workshop on Early Modern German History

Organised by the German Historical Institute London in co-operation with the German Historical Institute Washington and the German History Society, to be held at the GHIL.

Conveners: Bridget Heal (University of St. Andrews), David Lederer (NUI Maynooth), Michael Schaich (German Historical Institute London), Jenny Spinks (University of Manchester)

Venue: German Historical Institute London

19-21 May

Spaces and Places of Leisure, Recreation and Sociability in Early Modernity (c. 1500-1800)

Venue: German Historical Institute London

Convener: Angela Schattner

16-18 June

The Contemporary History of Historiography: International Perspectives on the Making of Professional History

Conference co-organised by the Leibniz Research Group on Historiography, University of Trier and the German Historical Institute, London

Venue: German Historical Institute Lond

18-22 July

14th Summer School in British History: The Scientific Revolution

Conveners/Organisers: Historisches Seminar der Ludwig-Maxiliams-Universität München; German Historical Institute London

Venue: Historisches Seminar der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

15-17 September

The Protestant Reformation and Its Radical Critiques

Joint Conference by the Volkswagen Foundation, the University of St Andrews and the German Historical Institute, London

Venue: German Historical Institute London

29–30 September

The Allied Occupation of Germany Revisited: New Research on the Western Zones of Occupation, 1945-1949

Conveners: Dr Christopher Knowles (King’s College London), Dr Camilo Erlichman (Edinburgh/Cologne) German Historical Institute, London