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Events in 2007

11-13 January

Postgraduate Students Conference:

Postgraduate Students Conference 2007

23 January

Seminar:

ARND BAUERKÄMPER (BERLIN)
The Ambiguities of Internationalism: Fascism between Pan-Europeanism and Ultra- Nationalism, 1919-39

15 February

Seminar:

JANET L. NELSON (LONDON) AND JOHN GILLINGHAM (BRIGHTON)
The Kidnapped King: Richard I in Germany (1192-4)
Seminar in Memory of Timothy Reuter

16-17 February

Conference:

From the Blanketeers to the Present: Understanding Protests of the Unemployed

15 March
(5:30pm)

Public Lecture:

ULRICH HERBERT (FREIBURG)
Europe in the High-Modern Era: Thoughts on a Theory of the Twentieth Century

22-23 March

Conference:

Germany 1930-1990: Structures, Lived Experiences and Historical Representations

27 March

Seminar:

ECKARD MICHELS (LONDON)
A German Colonial Officer: Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck and the East African Campaign in the First World War

3 April

Seminar:

GANGOLF HÜBINGER (FRANKFURT/ODER)
The Active Intellectual in Modern European History

25-27 April

Conference:

Anglo-German Mythologies in Literature, Visual Arts and Cultural Theory

15 May

Seminar:

CHRISTOPHER CLARK (CAMBRIDGE)
Rethinking the History of Prussia

24 May
(Thursday)

Seminar:

GEOFF ELEY (MICHIGAN)
Hitler’s Silent Majority? Conformity and Resistance under the Third Reich

29 May

Seminar:

MARTIAL STAUB (SHEFFIELD)
The Republic of the Dead in Reformation Nuremberg: Endowment, Freedom and Solidarity in an Age of Participation

21-22 June

Conference:

Partisan and Anti-Partisan Warfare in German Occupied Europe 1939-45

26 June

Seminar:

JOST DÜLFFER (COLOGNE)
Are Democracies Really more Peaceful? Democratic Peace Theory Revisited

12-14 July

Conference:

Local, Regional, and Global Constructions of Christianity: Religious Communication Networks, 1680-1830

4 September

GHIL Colloquium:

HELKE RAUSCH (LEIPZIG)
US-amerikanische Wissenschaftsphilanthropie in Frankreich, Deutschland und Großbritannien in der Zwischen- und Nachkriegszeit (ca. 1920-1970)

11 September

GHIL Colloquium:

FERDINAND LEIKAM (MUNICH)
Empire, Entwicklung, und Europa. Großbritannien zwischen europäischer Integration und Dekolonisation, 1945-75

14-15 September

Conference:

National Traditions or International Trends? Reconsidering the Fifties and Sixties as an Orientation Period in West Germany

18 September

GHIL Colloquium:

THORSTEN SCHULZ (COLOGNE)
Die Sicherheitsdimensionen der international Umweltpolitik in Europa: Grenzen-Möglichkeiten- Tendenzen. Das Beispiel Deutschland, England und USA 1965 bis 1975

9 October

GHIL Colloquium:

ANDREAS WILLERSHAUSEN (AUGSBURG)
„Viae Pacis“ Die Friedensvermittlung der Päpste von Avignon (1337-1378)

16 October
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium:

KATHARINA BÖHMER (KASSEL)
„Halbstarke“ in Westeuropa – Amerikanisierung und Gesellschaftswandel in Frankreich, Großbritannien und der Bundesrepublik, 1955-1965

GHIL Colloquium:

ULRIKE LINDNER (MUNICH)
Deutsche und britische Kolonial-Identitäten im imperialen Zeitalter. Gegenseitige Wahrnehmung von Kolonialherrschaft und Kolonialpraktiken in Afrika 1890-1914

19 October

Workshop:

Sixth Workshop on Early Modern German History

20 October

Conference:

German History Society Annual Meeting and Conference

23 October

Seminar:

BARBARA STOLLBERG-RILINGER (MÜNSTER)
Much Ado about Nothing? On the Function of Rituals in the Holy Roman Empire, 1495–1806

24 October
(6:30pm)

Public Lecture:

HANS PETER MENSING (BAD HONNEF/RHÖNDORF)
'... The wisest German statesman since Bismarck'? Konrad Adenauer and Great Britain 1918–1933/1945–1967

26 October

Images of History:

CAGCR Images of History - Geschichtsbilder Series, Session 1

30 October

Seminar:

LEONARD E. SCALES (DURHAM)
Peoplehood and Power: Germany and England in the Late Middle Ages

3 November
(3pm)

Special Event:

Re-Presenting the Cold War
Talk and Afternoon Tea

9 November

Annual Lecture:

STIG FÖRSTER (BERN)
The Battlefield: Towards a Modern History of War

13 November

Public Lecture:

DOROTHEE WIERLING (HAMBURG)
A Self-Made Generation? War Children as a Generation in Post-War Germany

16 November

Images of History:

CAGCR Images of History - Geschichtsbilder Series, Session 2

19 November
(6pm)

Special Event:

Tapping Hitler’s Generals, Transcripts of Secret Conversations 1942-45

20 November
(3pm)

GHIL Colloquium:

DANIEL SCHUMACHER
Remembrance Sunday und Symbol des Poppy in London

GHIL Colloquium:

PETER KRAMPER (FREIBURG)
„Drink beer by the pint, not the litre:“ Messen, Zählen und Wiegen in Großbritannien 1750-1914

23-25 November

Workshop:

Familienmodelle im Mittelalter = Family Models in the Middle Ages

29 November

Public Lecture:

SIMONE LÄSSIG (BRUNSWICK)
German-Jewish Experiences of Emancipation and Modernity: European and Transnational Perspectives

4 December

Seminar:

PHILIPP SARASIN (ZURICH)
Early Twentieth-Century Popular Science: The Example of Wilhelm Bölsche (1861–1939)

6-8 December

Conference:

Cosmopolitan Networks in Commerce and Society

11 December

Seminar:

JOHN N. HORNE (DUBLIN)
Allegory and Identity: Monuments to the Nation in Europe, 1850–1914

14-15 December

Conference:

Monarchy and Exile