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Forthcoming Conferences and Workshops 2019

21-23 November

Feminism in the Media / Feminism and the Media in the 20th Century

First Meeting of the International Standing Working Group on Medialization and Empowerment

Convenors: Christina von Hodenberg (GHI London) and Jane Freeland (GHI London)

Venue: German Historical Institute London

9-13 December

100 Histories of 100 Worlds in one Object

Concept and Convenor: Mirjam Brusius, GHIL; Organiser: Forum Transregional Studies with the Max Weber Foundation in co-operation with the GHI London; UCL (Alice Stevenson, Subhadra Das); and the University of the West Indies, Mona (James Robertson); Funds: Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Germany

Venue: University of the West Indies - Mona, Kingston (Jamaica)

12-14 December 2019

Translating, Travelling, Transferring Ideologies

Conference organised by the German Historical Institute London in conjunction with the London School of Economics and the Gerda Henkel Foundation

Convenors: Johanna Gehmacher and Elizabeth Harvey

Venue: German Historical Institute London

Forthcoming Conferences and Workshops 2020

16-18 January

Global Royal Families: Concepts, Cultures, and Networks of International Monarchy, 1800-2020

Conveners: Falko Schnicke (German Historical Institute London), Robert Aldrich (University of Sydney) and Cindy McCreery (University of Sydney)

Venue: German Historical Institute London

16-21 February

Global History – Challenges and Opportunities

A winter school on global history for PhD and early career scholars in Germany and India

Organised jointly by the Heidelberg Centre of Transcultural Studies, the India Branch Office of the Max Weber Stiftung and the German Historical Institute London

Conveners: Debarati Bagchi, Felix Brahm, Pablo Holwitt, Monica Juneja and Indra Sengupta

Venue: New Delhi

14-16 May

Chronopolitics. Time of Politics, Politics of Time, Politicized Time

Organized by Tobias Becker, Christina Brauner and Fernando Esposito for the Arbeitskreis Geschichte + Theorie in conjunction with the German Historical Institute London

Venue: German Historical Institute London

22 May

Fifteenth 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.

Conveners: Bridget Heal (University of St. Andrews), Katherine Hill (Birkbeck, University of London), David Lederer (NUI Maynooth), Alison Rowlands (University of Essex) and Hannes Ziegler (GHI London)

Venue: German Historical Institute London

 

Previous Conferences and Workshops 2019

14-16 March

An Era of Value Change: The Seventies in Europe

Conveners: Fiammetta Balestracci (Queen Mary University of London), Christina von Hodenberg (German Historical Institute London) and Martin Baumeister (German Historical Institute Rome).

Venue: German Historical Institute London

2-3 May

GINT TRANSLAB - German-English Translation Workshop and Panel

Organisers: Frankfurt Book Fair, Geisteswissenschaften International Frankfurt, German Historical Institute London, Goethe-Institut London, New Books in German

Moderator: Dr Ruth Martin

Venue: German Historical Institute London

17 May

Workshop on Medieval Germany

Organised by the German Historical Institute London in co-operation with the German Historical Institute Washington and the German History Society.

Conveners: Len Scales (Durham University) and Cornelia Linde (GHIL)

Venue: German Historical Institute London

20-22 May

In Global Transit. Forced Migration of Jews and Other Refugees (1940s – 1960s)

Second Conference in the Series “In Global Transit” organized by the German Historical Institutes in Washington and London in cooperation with the Max Weber Stiftung Branch Offices in Delhi and Beijing, and The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California, Berkeley

Conveners: Wolf Gruner (USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research, Los Angeles), Simone Lässig (German Historical Institute Washington), Francesco Spagnolo (The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, Berkeley), Swen Steinberg (Queen's University, Kingston)

Venue: The Magnes Collection, 2121 Allston Way, Berkeley, USA

30-31 May

Advertising and Marketing in the Early Modern World (1400-1800)

Workshop jointly organized by the German Historical Institute London, the Institute of Advanced Study at University College London, and the University of Tübingen

Conveners: Christina Brauner (Tübingen) in cooperation with Michael Schaich (GHIL)

Venue: German Historical Institute London

11-12 July

From the Ruins of Preservation: A Symposium on Rethinking Heritage Through Counter-Archives

Co-organized by Rodney Harrison (AHRC Heritage Priority Area Leadership Fellow/Professor of Heritage Studies at the UCL Institute of Archaeology) and Mirjam Brusius (Research Fellow in Colonial and Global History) German Historical Institute of London.

Venue: German Historical Institute London

3-6 September

16th Summer School in British History: The History of the British Empire. New Perspectives

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

Venue: German Historical Institute London

13 September

Arms Control across the Empires

International academic workshop, co-organised by the German Historical Institute London (GHIL) and the Jena Center 20th Century History

Conveners: Felix Brahm (GHIL), Daniel Stahl (University of Jena)

Venue: German Historical Institute London

10-12 October

Medieval History Seminar

Organised by the German Historical Institute London and the German Historical Institute Washington, D.C.

Conveners: Paul Freedman (Yale), Bernhard Jussen (Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main), Simon MacLean (St Andrews), Ruth Mazo Karras (Trinity College Dublin), Len Scales (Durham University), and Dorothea Weltecke (Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main).

Venue: German Historical Institute London