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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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Zeitgeschichteonline 19h
Thema verfehlt! Der VHD lädt zur Diskussion einer spannenden und hochaktuellen Frage ein: Wie politisch kann/darf Geschichtswissenschaft heute sein? Allein, niemand spricht darüber.... von Annette Schuhmann
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Online: newest issue of/ neueste Ausgabe von MEDAON w/ special forum on November 9th
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Footprints Project Feb 18
We are very pleased to announce our latest publication, in Meda'on.
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History of Knowledge Feb 11
In which Jeanette van Laak discusses the “practical knowledge” of inner-German migrants from the GDR as a resilience resource in the FRG during the 1980s: ^ms
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Sven Dupre Feb 12
We are live! Submit your research article to the new Journal for the History of Knowledge:
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GHI Washington Feb 4
The first lecture in our spring lecture series, "Remembering and Forgetting Germany's First Democracy: Reflections on Weimar Germany," will be given by Kathleen Canning (History Department, ) on February 21. To RSVP visit
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Dr. Sarah Bond Feb 3
Today is the annual day that we classicists celebrate the rather than the bowl that is super. Let us fill our timelines with majestic ancient birds. Here is one of my favorites (1stC CE ) w/ a Greek inscription for a fortune teller:
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Jay Geller Feb 2
A giant in the fields of German history and German-Jewish history. I had long hoped to finish my Scholem biography while Stern was alive so he could comment on it. I was 2 years too late, but Stern is quoted (as a primary source!) in the book.
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Lisa Philippen Jan 31
In der Online-Redaktion der ist eine Redakteur*innen-Stelle zu besetzen, ! Themenschwerpunkt und . Außerdem: seeehr nette Kolleg*innen. Also: auf, auf! 😊
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Jake Tapper Jan 30
👏 VACCINATE 👏 YOUR 👏 CHILDREN 👏
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GHI Washington Jan 30
We're pleased to announce "The Weimar Republic Reconsidered," our spring lecture series. Five distinguished scholars will discuss the history and legacy of Germany's first democracy, beginning February 21. For more details visit
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History of Knowledge Jan 29
Jennifer Rampling on the Prehistory of the Periodic System. ^k
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Kerstin von der Krone Jan 28
"Tell me, o Muse, of the man" (Homer) - The wonderful Irene Zwiep () on Joseph Dünner, classical knowledge and the Dutch Rabbinical Seminary
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Johan Östling Jan 28
A new promising journal will be launched early next year, ”Journal for the History of Knowledge”. It is already on Twitter:
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GHI WEST Jan 15
We invite proposals for papers to be presented at the Sixth Junior Scholars Conference in Jewish History, to take place at the Institute of the History of German Jews in Hamburg in July 2019.
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History of Knowledge Jan 18
Freshly blogged: “Structuring Imperial Knowledge about India at the Great Exhibition of 1851” by Miguel Ohnesorge
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Shit Academics Say Dec 22
Academic xmas bingo | via
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Jüdische Allgemeine Dec 22
Das neue -Wörterbuch des -Verlags ist für jeden fremdsprachenaffinen ein Muss, meint unser Rezensent Christoph Gutknecht
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Sarah Zarrow Dec 10
Aaaaaand we have AJS bingo!
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History of Knowledge Dec 5
Hot off the virtual press: “‘You,’ ‘Us,’ and ‘Them’: Glass and Procedural Knowledge in Cuneiform Cultures” by , who helps us hear ancient scribes:
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