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German Historical Institute London Podcast

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Lectures, discussions and events at or organised by the German Historical Institute London

Latest Episodes

Who owns Public History?: Two Talks on History Textbooks in Conflicted Societies

Talks by Eleni Christodoulou and Neeladri Bhattacharya. Chaired by Nandini Manjrekar. This event was part of the Contested Histories seminar series 2019 and took place on 18 June 2019 at the German Historical Institute London.

104 MINJUL 18
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Who owns Public History?: Two Talks on History Textbooks in Conflicted Societies

From Collected to Contested: The Future of Museums after the Repatriation Debate

With Subhadra Das, Clémentine Deliss, Tristram Hunt, and Alice Procter. Chaired by Mirjam Brusius. This event was part of the Contested Histories seminar series 2019 and took place on 25 June 2019 at the German Historical Institute London.

105 MINJUL 18
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From Collected to Contested: The Future of Museums after the Repatriation Debate

Slavery's Past and Present: Challenges to Academic Research and Museum Work in Germany and Britain

Talks by Rebekka von Mallinckrodt and Richard Benjamin. Commentary by Catherine Hall. Chaired by Felix Brahm. This event was part of the Contested Histories seminar series 2019 and took place on 7 May 2019 at the German Historical Institute London.

58 MINJUN 8
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Slavery's Past and Present: Challenges to Academic Research and Museum Work in Germany and Britain

Quentin Skinner: Hobbes’s Leviathan: Picturing the State

The 2018 Annual Lecture Hobbes’s Leviathan: Picturing the State was given by Professor Quentin Skinner, Queen Mary, University of London, on Friday, 9 November 2018.

53 MINJAN 25
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Quentin Skinner: Hobbes’s Leviathan: Picturing the State

Arnd Bauerkämper: National Security and Humanity. The Internment of Civilian 'Enemy Aliens' During the First World War

Gerda Henkel Visiting Professorship Lecture. The lecture was given on 28 November 2017 at the German Historical Institute London. In the 'total' First World War, civilian 'enemy aliens' became targets of stringent state control and internment, frequently in the name of 'national security'. On the other hand, national and international humanitarian organisations supported these helpless victims of the war. To what extent and how did debates and conflicts about the relationship between security and humanity impact on the changing balance?

86 MIN2018 APR 30
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Arnd Bauerkämper: National Security and Humanity. The Internment of Civilian 'Enemy Aliens' During the First World War

Timothy Garton Ash: German and European unification: Harmony or dissonance?

Annual Lecture on Contemporary German History. The lecture was given on 24 April 2018 at the German Embassy London. In his lecture Timothy Garton Ash gives an insightful analysis of the processes of German and European unification, reflecting on the history of the European Monetary Union, the unification of Germany as a means towards a more united European continent and on how the roots of the problems we face in Europe today are connected to the historic developments in 1989 and the 1990s.

50 MIN2018 APR 30
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Timothy Garton Ash: German and European unification: Harmony or dissonance?

Dominik Geppert: National Expectations and Transnational Infrastructure: The Media, Global News Coverage and International Relations in the Age of High Imperialism

Gerda Henkel Visiting Professorship Lecture. The lecture was given on 29 November 2016 at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

53 MIN2017 FEB 8
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Dominik Geppert: National Expectations and Transnational Infrastructure: The Media, Global News Coverage and International Relations in the Age of High Imperialism

David Cannadine: Rewriting the British Nineteenth Century

The nineteenth century was incontrovertibly the ‘British century’, in which the UK seemed to dominate the globe, and when, for good or ill, ‘British history’ took place in many other parts of the world as well. At a time when global history has become so prominent, this seems an appropriate opportunity to revisit the years 1800 to 1906. The lecture was given on 21 June 2016 at the German Historical Institute London. Introduction by Andreas Gestrich.

65 MIN2016 JUN 28
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David Cannadine: Rewriting the British Nineteenth Century

Johannes Paulmann: How Close is the Nineteenth Century? Contemporary Reflections on a History of Europe

The nineteenth century has just passed from being a memory of the living into the cultural memory of Europe. To some, it seems to have become a very distant past. This talk shows how historians have interpreted the period facing their own contemporary issues. It discusses the changing frames which bring the nineteenth century close to us, or, indeed, have turned it into a foreign country. The lecture was given on 31 May 2016 at the German Historical Institute London. Introduction by Michael Schaich.

51 MIN2016 JUN 1
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Johannes Paulmann: How Close is the Nineteenth Century? Contemporary Reflections on a History of Europe

Willibald Steinmetz: Writing the History of Nineteenth-Century Europe

This lecture deals with ways of narrating the history of Europe in the nineteenth century. How should we define Europe? What were its specific features in the nineteenth century? One suggestion is that nineteenth-century Europeans were obsessed with comparisons and competitions. Another idea is that they were caught in endless paradoxical demands for equality and recognition of difference. The lecture was given on 17 May 2016 at the German Historical Institute London. Introduction by Michael Schaich.

50 MIN2016 MAY 18
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Willibald Steinmetz: Writing the History of Nineteenth-Century Europe

Latest Episodes

Who owns Public History?: Two Talks on History Textbooks in Conflicted Societies

Talks by Eleni Christodoulou and Neeladri Bhattacharya. Chaired by Nandini Manjrekar. This event was part of the Contested Histories seminar series 2019 and took place on 18 June 2019 at the German Historical Institute London.

104 MINJUL 18
Comments
Who owns Public History?: Two Talks on History Textbooks in Conflicted Societies

From Collected to Contested: The Future of Museums after the Repatriation Debate

With Subhadra Das, Clémentine Deliss, Tristram Hunt, and Alice Procter. Chaired by Mirjam Brusius. This event was part of the Contested Histories seminar series 2019 and took place on 25 June 2019 at the German Historical Institute London.

105 MINJUL 18
Comments
From Collected to Contested: The Future of Museums after the Repatriation Debate

Slavery's Past and Present: Challenges to Academic Research and Museum Work in Germany and Britain

Talks by Rebekka von Mallinckrodt and Richard Benjamin. Commentary by Catherine Hall. Chaired by Felix Brahm. This event was part of the Contested Histories seminar series 2019 and took place on 7 May 2019 at the German Historical Institute London.

58 MINJUN 8
Comments
Slavery's Past and Present: Challenges to Academic Research and Museum Work in Germany and Britain

Quentin Skinner: Hobbes’s Leviathan: Picturing the State

The 2018 Annual Lecture Hobbes’s Leviathan: Picturing the State was given by Professor Quentin Skinner, Queen Mary, University of London, on Friday, 9 November 2018.

53 MINJAN 25
Comments
Quentin Skinner: Hobbes’s Leviathan: Picturing the State

Arnd Bauerkämper: National Security and Humanity. The Internment of Civilian 'Enemy Aliens' During the First World War

Gerda Henkel Visiting Professorship Lecture. The lecture was given on 28 November 2017 at the German Historical Institute London. In the 'total' First World War, civilian 'enemy aliens' became targets of stringent state control and internment, frequently in the name of 'national security'. On the other hand, national and international humanitarian organisations supported these helpless victims of the war. To what extent and how did debates and conflicts about the relationship between security and humanity impact on the changing balance?

86 MIN2018 APR 30
Comments
Arnd Bauerkämper: National Security and Humanity. The Internment of Civilian 'Enemy Aliens' During the First World War

Timothy Garton Ash: German and European unification: Harmony or dissonance?

Annual Lecture on Contemporary German History. The lecture was given on 24 April 2018 at the German Embassy London. In his lecture Timothy Garton Ash gives an insightful analysis of the processes of German and European unification, reflecting on the history of the European Monetary Union, the unification of Germany as a means towards a more united European continent and on how the roots of the problems we face in Europe today are connected to the historic developments in 1989 and the 1990s.

50 MIN2018 APR 30
Comments
Timothy Garton Ash: German and European unification: Harmony or dissonance?

Dominik Geppert: National Expectations and Transnational Infrastructure: The Media, Global News Coverage and International Relations in the Age of High Imperialism

Gerda Henkel Visiting Professorship Lecture. The lecture was given on 29 November 2016 at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

53 MIN2017 FEB 8
Comments
Dominik Geppert: National Expectations and Transnational Infrastructure: The Media, Global News Coverage and International Relations in the Age of High Imperialism

David Cannadine: Rewriting the British Nineteenth Century

The nineteenth century was incontrovertibly the ‘British century’, in which the UK seemed to dominate the globe, and when, for good or ill, ‘British history’ took place in many other parts of the world as well. At a time when global history has become so prominent, this seems an appropriate opportunity to revisit the years 1800 to 1906. The lecture was given on 21 June 2016 at the German Historical Institute London. Introduction by Andreas Gestrich.

65 MIN2016 JUN 28
Comments
David Cannadine: Rewriting the British Nineteenth Century

Johannes Paulmann: How Close is the Nineteenth Century? Contemporary Reflections on a History of Europe

The nineteenth century has just passed from being a memory of the living into the cultural memory of Europe. To some, it seems to have become a very distant past. This talk shows how historians have interpreted the period facing their own contemporary issues. It discusses the changing frames which bring the nineteenth century close to us, or, indeed, have turned it into a foreign country. The lecture was given on 31 May 2016 at the German Historical Institute London. Introduction by Michael Schaich.

51 MIN2016 JUN 1
Comments
Johannes Paulmann: How Close is the Nineteenth Century? Contemporary Reflections on a History of Europe

Willibald Steinmetz: Writing the History of Nineteenth-Century Europe

This lecture deals with ways of narrating the history of Europe in the nineteenth century. How should we define Europe? What were its specific features in the nineteenth century? One suggestion is that nineteenth-century Europeans were obsessed with comparisons and competitions. Another idea is that they were caught in endless paradoxical demands for equality and recognition of difference. The lecture was given on 17 May 2016 at the German Historical Institute London. Introduction by Michael Schaich.

50 MIN2016 MAY 18
Comments
Willibald Steinmetz: Writing the History of Nineteenth-Century Europe
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