German Historical Institute London

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Forthcoming Events

19 November

22 November
(4pm)

25 November
(6.30pm)

26 November
(3.30pm)

3 December
(3.30pm)

10 December
(6.30pm)

Forthcoming Events in 2020

21 January

20 February
(5.30pm)

12 March
(5.30pm)

Public Lecture, Event at GHIL:

Jenny Pleinen (German Historical institute london)
the landed Gentry in British politics after World War ii: from taxed Decadence to Subsidized cultural Heritage

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17 March

28 April

 
 

Previous Events in 2019

10-11 January

Postgraduate Students Conference, Event at GHIL:

Postgraduate Students Conference 2019

22 January
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Nicole Wiederroth (Hamburg/London)
Heroism, Expertise and Ambitions of Control in Western Tanganyika

23 January
(5.30pm)

Public Lecture, Event at GHIL:

Elissa Mailänder (Paris)
Self-Confident, Autonomous, and Liberated? Politicized Gender Relations in Nazi Film, 1939–1945

24 January
(6.30pm)

Event at GHIL, European Leo Baeck Lecture Series London [2018-19]:

Cilly Kugelmann (Jewish Museum Berlin)
Jewish Museums between Self-Assertion and Self-Defence

29 January
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Bastian Linneweh (Göttingen)
Die Anatomie eines globalen Marktes im Wandel. Kautschuk 1900-1960

5 February
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Soheb Ur Rahman Niazi (Berlin)
Social Stratification at a Muslim Qasbah: Genealogy and Narrating the Past at Amroha (1878-1940)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Debojit Kumar Thakur (Trier)
A History of Economic Thought of Hindu Nationalism: 1923-1993

12 February

Seminar, Event at GHIL:

Sabine von Heusinger (Cologne)
Fire, Siege, and the Jews: Real and Imagined Threats to Water Supply in the Late Medieval City

14 February
(6.30pm)

Event at GHIL, European Leo Baeck Lecture Series London [2018-19]:

Richard I. Cohen (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Moses Mendelssohn – The German-Jewish Icon of Modernity (1780s-2019)

19 February
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Hendrik Baumbach (Marburg)
Die Legitimation von Herrscherhandeln in der politischen Sprache im frühen 12. Jahrhundert am Beispiel der Bischöfe von Augsburg und Salisbury

26 February
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Thomas Dorfner (Aachen)
Kommerz für den Heiland. Der Handel der Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine in der Atlantischen Welt (1758-1818)

26 February

Seminar, Event at GHIL:

Kim Siebenhüner (Jena)
Blumer’s Journey: Swiss Cotton and the Great Divergence Debate

28 February
(5.30pm)

Public Lecture, Event at GHIL:

Stefanie Michels (Hamburg)
Connected Families: West Africa and Southern Germany, 1891–1896

5 March
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Daniela Egger (Munich)
Long-Distance Ship Passages, Emotions, and Mental Health

12 March
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Marina Schütz (Munich)
Kooperative Konkurrenz in Big Biology: Die Anfänge des Human Genome Project im Labor

12 March

Seminar, Event at GHIL:

Hugo Drochon (Nottingham) and Philipp Felsch (Berlin)
Born Posthumously: Two Lectures on Nietzsche’s Legacy

19 March
(5.30pm)

Seminar, Event at GHIL:

Prashant Kidambi (Leicester)
‘Greengrocer, Tailor and Champion Wrestler’: The Transnational Career and Times of Buttan Singh, c.1900–1914

4 April
(6.30pm)

Event at GHIL, European Leo Baeck Lecture Series London [2018-19]:

Nathan Abrams (Bangor University)
Treyf Jews? Jewish Gangsters in McMafia and Peaky Blinders

16 April
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Stefanie Freyer (Osnabrück)
Hidden leadership? James I’s Diplomats at the Imperial Diet

7 May
(5.30pm)

Event at GHIL, Seminar Series:

Slavery's Past and Present: Challenges to Academic Research and Museum Work in Germany and Britain

9 May
(5.15pm for 5.45pm)

Public Lecture, Event at GHIL:

Martin Mulsow (Erfurt/Gotha)
Die Illuminaten, Schiller und die Anfänge des Kantianismus

14 May
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Claudia Berger (Essen)
Die ‚Zwischenzeit‘ der Kapkolonie 1902-1910: Politische Imaginationen, Taktiken und Strategien im Transformationszeitraum

14 May
(5.30pm)

Event at GHIL, Special Event:

Exhibition Black Germany – Opening Event

21 May
(5.30pm)

Public Lecture, Event at GHIL:

Thomas Mergel (Berlin)
Modern Revolutions: The History of a Mimesis

4 June
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Liza Weber (Brighton)
Documenta and its Double: Germany's Myth of Modernism in Memory and Provenance, From "Degenerate" to documenta (1937-1955)

6 June
(5.30pm)

Public Lecture, Event at GHIL:

Maren Möhring (Leipzig)
Travelling around the World: Mass Entertainment in the ‘Haus Vaterland’ in Berlin

11 June
(5.30pm)

Seminar Series:

Multidirectional Memory?: National Holocaust Memorials and (Post-)Colonial Legacies

18 June
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Riley Linebaugh (Gießen)
Stolen Archives: The Struggle Between Kenya and Great Britain over the Records of Empire

18 June
(5.30pm)

Event at GHIL, Seminar Series:

Who owns Public History?: Two Talks on History Textbooks in Conflicted Societies

25 June
(5.30pm)

Event at GHIL, Seminar Series:

From Collected to Contested: The Future of Museums after the Repatriation Debate

26 June
(5pm)

India Research Programme Event, Event at GHIL:

Panel on Marginality and the Urban: Linkages and Intersections

3 July
(7pm)

Seminar Series, Event at GHIL:

Closing Event ‘Zingster Strasse 25’

23 July
(2.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Sebastian Schlund (Kiel)
Staatsbürgerschaft als intersektionales Konstrukt in Siedlungskolonien des langen 19. Jahrhunderts

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Simeon Marty (Berlin)
“Thinking Black in the Blitz”: Pan Afrikanische Bewegungen während des «London Moment», 1939-1945

10 September
(2.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Nina Szidat (Essen)
Doing Europe instead of Thinking Europe? Town Twinning between Birmingham, Frankfurt, Lyon and Milan

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Victor Jaeschke (Potsdam)
Europapolitische Zukunftsvorstellungen in Großbritannien, Frankreich und der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 1984-1992

17 September
(3.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Juliane Clegg (Potsdam)
Großbritannien und die europäische Währungspolitik in den 1980er Jahren

24 September
(3.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Daniel Trabalski (Bochum)
Die Regulierung der 'Staublungen-Krankheit' nach 1945. Gesundheitliche Prävention und Entschädigung im Spannungsfeld umkämpften Wissens

1 October
(3.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Karoline Künzel (Kiel)
Sinn- und Bewältigungskonzepte im Umgang mit Vergänglichkeit in lateinischen Jenseitsreiseberichten des 12. Jahrhunderts

8 October
(3.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Luise Elsäßer (Florenz)
Disappearing Markets: Britain’s Transition from Equine to Motorised Power, c. 1870-1950s

10 October
(6pm)

Public Lecture, Event at GHIL:

Simon MacLean (St Andrews)
The Carolingian Origins of the Medieval Castle

15 October
(2.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Kristoffer Kerl (Köln)
Politiken des Rausches. Psychedelische Drogen, Sexualität und Musik in westlichen Alternativkulturen in den USA, Großbritannien und der BRD, 1960er bis 1980er Jahre

15 October

Seminar, Event at GHIL:

F. Benjamin Schenk (Basle); comment by Andy Willimott (London)
‘Hubs of Global Migration’: Organizing Transcontinental Flows of People in the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries

22 October
(3.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Friederike Pfister (Bochum)
'Foreign Knowledge' - The Latin-Christian Perception of Astrology (12th-15th c.)

29 October

Seminar, Event at GHIL:

Sarah Stockwell (London)
‘Losing an empire, winning friends’? Sandhurst, Military Assistance, and British Decolonization

5 November
(2.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Stephen Foose (Marburg)
Travelling Passports: The Imperial and National in movement between England and Jamaica, 1948-1975

5 November

Seminar, Event at GHIL:

Jochen Johrendt (Wuppertal)
Prester John and his Letter between Intellectual Joke and Contemporary Criticism

12 November
(3.30pm)

GHIL Colloquium, Event at GHIL:

Suzanne Foxley (Oldenburg)
SurPRIZEing Events - Prize law as an American means of judicial independence from Britain? c.1780-1815

13 November
(5.30pm)

Public Lecture, Event at GHIL:

Ulrike Jureit (Hamburg)
Chronicle of an Announced Death: Affiliation, Violence, and the Appropriation of Urban Space in Provincial Germany, 1934