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GHIL Publications

 

New Publications

Martina Steber

The Guardians of Concepts

Political Languages of Conservatism in Britain and West Germany, 1945-1980

Studies in British and Imperial History. Vol. 9

New York, N.Y. ; Oxford : Berghahn Books, 2023

Monica Juneja

Modernism's Relational Geographies:

Global (Art) History With and Beyond the Nation

The Annual Lecture / German Historical Institute London. 2021

London: German Historical Institute London, 2022

Matthias Bähr

Konfessionelle Mehrdimensionalität in der Frühen Neuzeit

Irland um 1600

Veröffentlichungen des Deutschen Historischen Instituts London. Bd 88

Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2023

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GHIL Bulletin

Journal

German Historical Institute London Bulletin

The GHIL Bulletin appears twice a year and contains articles and reviews of recent books on German and British history, as well as general information about the Institute's activities.

General Editor: Christina von Hodenberg

Managing Editor: Mirjam Brusius

Review Editor: Sina Steglich

Edited Volumes and Monographs

Monographs

Veröffentlichungen des Deutschen Historischen Instituts London

General Editor: Christina von Hodenberg

Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg

Edited Volumes

Studies of the German Historical Institute London

General Editor: Christina von Hodenberg

Oxford: Oxford University Press

Monographs

Studies in British and Imperial History

General Editor: Christina von Hodenberg

New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books

Monographs

Annual Lectures

General Editor: Christina von Hodenberg

The Annual Lectures are delivered in November by eminent historians and subsequently published by the Institute.

London: GHIL

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Edited Volumes and Monographs

Further Publications

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Digital Resources and Editions

Edition

British Envoys to Germany & British Envoys to the Kaiserreich

1816–1897, 6 vols.

Fifth Camden Series for the Royal Historical Society in association with the German Historical Institute London

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Edition

Georg Wilhelm Schimper – In Abyssinia. Observations on Tigre

Edited by Andreas Gestrich and Dorothea McEwan in collaboration with Stefan Hanß

This open access online edition is a co-operative project by the British Library, the German Historical Institute London, and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Digital Resources

Digital Humanities Modules

Text mining and statistics for historians

Online learning modules with explanatory videos and skill-building exercises

Course leaders: Dr. Luke Blaxill of the University of Oxford, and Dr. Kaspar Beelen of the Turing Institute

Digital Resources

GHIL Podcast

Digital Resources

GHIL Blog

Digital Resources

GHIL Library Electronic Resources