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Kerstin von der Krone
Research Fellow , researcher in Modern Jewish History and Culture, interested in History and Politics, curious about the World
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History of Knowledge 17h
"Affordable Civilization: Education Reform, Textbook Piracy, and the Question of ‘New Knowledge’ in Modern China" by Fei-Hsien Wang,
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History of Knowledge 14h
How to educate the masses? In USSR's early decades, there were plays to portray the consequences of bad health and hygiene practices. ^ms
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GHI Washington 14h
Our blog series "Exploring Knowledge in Political History" continues as part of the lead-up to our conference "Political Culture and the History of Knowledge: Actors, Institutions, Practices"...
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History of Knowledge May 20
Oxana Kosenko and Igor Polianski discuss theatrical hygiene propaganda in the Soviet Union from the 1920s to the 1940s, plays to educate the masses and create the "new man."
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History of Knowledge May 19
Gregory Afinogenov on Russian information politics and the empire's efforts to export counterrevolution in decades after 1789: press, letters, spies, rumor. ^ms
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History of Knowledge May 17
F. Hayek makes second appearance, now re: Great Books program in 20th-c. US. See Bryan McAllister-Grande, "Education for a Free Society?…” ^ms
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History of Knowledge May 16
Jamie Cohen-Cole offers “An Alternative History of ‘Alternative Facts’”” in an essay that reconsiders postmodernism in “the Center-Right Knowledge Ecology.” ^ms (now with correct hashtag)
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Nursing Clio May 15
Okay fuckers in Alabama, listen up. Georgia, you too.
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Kerstin von der Krone May 16
“Alternative fact” in historical perspective, enjoy!
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Fred MacDowell May 14
A story about the time Rabbi Ezriel Hildesheimer was arrested climbing into his own home on shabbos.
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History of Knowledge May 14
Martin Beddeleem (Aarhus) reflects on how neoliberalism transformed from a sociology of knowledge into an economic orthodoxy. ^ms
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Kerstin von der Krone May 13
Some thoughts on knowledge and political culture
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Jewish Women's Archive May 13
It's and we are THRILLED that the theme this year is . We'll start by celebrating Selma Stern, one of the first women to become a professional historian in Germany. There, she documented the history of German-speaking Jews.
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GHI Washington May 13
Our conference "Political Culture and the History of Knowledge" takes place June 6-8. In advance, our blog will be running short essays by participants at .
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Mediävistenverband May 12
2) "Ist das ein Aufruf zum Kreuzzug?" - fragt R. Hank zu Greta Thunberg, und antwortet sich selbst: "Man kann es so sehen, sollte es sich freilich mit dem Begriff Kinderkreuzzug in keiner Weise leichtmachen." Tja, tatsächlich sollte der Begriff "Kreuzzug" aus der aktuellen...
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Mediävistenverband May 12
1) Dass es selten eine gute Idee ist, unbesehen historische Begrifflichkeiten in polemischer Absicht zu mobilisieren, zeigt heute in der FAZ die Kolumne "Kinderkreuzzug damals und heute":
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jmberlin May 10
Angekündigt als »Aktion wider den undeutschen Geist« brannten vor 86 Jahren Bücher von über 350 Autoren bei der in Deutschland - auch die von Ernst Toller. Unsere Bibliothek bewahrt eine Erstausgabe seines Buchs "Eine Jugend in Deutschland“ von 1933.
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J. History of Ideas May 5
Paper proposals due soon for this fantastic conference in Prague this October, "Reading and Circulation of Texts after Censorship"
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Philosophy Matters Apr 30
"Cultural Marxism" does not exist. It's made up by the alt-right to justifity their own sense of victimhood. It's an anti-semitic conspiracy theory with about as much truth-value as pizzagate and q-anon ....
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Ich bin ja kein Nazi, aber... Apr 24
„Ohne die Polizei wäre der Holocaust nicht möglich gewesen.“ Eine Ausstellung räumt mit dem Vorurteil von der ordentlichen Polizei auf, die selbst über 1 Million Menschen erschoss - um dann ungestraft in der Polizei der Bundesrepublik aufzugehen.
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