The German Historical Institute London (GHIL) is an academically independent institution and part of the Max Weber Foundation German Humanities Institutes Abroad. It promotes research on medieval and modern history, in particular on the comparative history of Britain and Germany, on the British Empire and the Commonwealth, and on Anglo-German relations. Its public library specializes in German history.
JUDITH BECKER (MAINZ)
Changing Concepts of Conversion: The Basel Mission in South India and the Emergence of a Contact Religiosity, 1834–60
MARK CONNELLY (CANTERBURY)
War Noises in Silent Films. First World War Battle Reconstructions in British Instructional Films, 1921-1931
GLENDA ABRAMSON (UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD)
Jews in Palestine during the Great War
1066 – The Norman Conquest
Closing date for applications: 30 April 2014
Book Launch: “Visions of Community in Nazi Germany. Social Engineering and Private Lives”, edited by Martina Steber and Bernhard Gotto, Oxford University Press 2014.
Venue: St Antony's College Oxford
Co-organized by St Antony's College Oxford, the German Historical Institute London and the Institut für Zeitgeschichte München-Berlin
Comments by Elizabeth Harvey (Nottingham) and Nick Stargardt (Oxford)
The Bibliography German Research on British History (2006-2011) is now available online.
Ludwig Vogl-Bienek, Richard Crangle (eds.): Screen Culture and the Social Question 1880-1914
The first volume of the new GHIL series „Studies in British and Imperial History“ has been published with Berghahn Books: Christiane Eisenberg, The Rise of the Market Society in England, translated from the German by Deborah Cohen