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Georgios Chatzoudis | 08/19/2011 | 477339 Views | 2 | Interviews

"Wir brauchen mehr Experimentierfreude"

Interview mit Dr. Klaus Graf

Dr. Klaus Graf ist Historiker, Archivar und überzeugter Netzaktivist. An der Universität Freiburg/Breisgau ist er Lehrbeauftragter am Lehrstuhl für Mittelalterliche Geschichte, ebenso an der RWTH…

"Wir brauchen mehr Experimentierfreude"

Wikipedia-Eintrag "Klaus Graf (Historiker)"
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaus_Graf_%28Historiker%29

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Ingolf Seidel | 11/14/2013 | 250847 Views | Articles

LaG-Magazin November 2013: Kriegsgefangenschaft im Kontext des Zweiten Weltkriegs

Ein besonderes Augenmerk liegt in dieser Ausgabe auf dem Schicksal der sowjetischen Kriegsgefangenen. Die Maßstäbe von Kriegs- und Völkerrecht wurden in Bezug auf diese Soldaten vollkommen außer…

LaG-Magazin November 2013: Kriegsgefangenschaft im Kontext des Zweiten Weltkriegs
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Georgios Chatzoudis | 09/05/2012 | 188273 Views | Interviews

"A tendency to use power over excavators" -
Archaeology in Turkey

Interview with Dr Edhem Eldem

Dr Edhem Eldem is a renowned Turkish historian who teaches at the Department of History at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul. In 2011-2012 he was a fellow at The Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. His…

"A tendency to use power over excavators" - 
Archaeology in Turkey

Dr Edhem Eldem, Department of History, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul

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Georgios Chatzoudis | 04/12/2010 | 169043 Views | 1 | Movies by the Gerda Henkel Foundation

Mustang – Eleventh-hour rescue? (Nepal)

Episode 1: Journey to a legendary kingdom

Journey to a legendary kingdom
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Georgios Chatzoudis | 06/09/2013 | 157342 Views | Announcements

#dhiha | Research Conditions and Digital Humanities: What are the prospects for the next generation?
10-11 June 2013 - Livestream on L.I.S.A.

Program and Papers

The colloquium at the German Historical Institute in Paris will start tomorrow, on Monday, 6.00 p.m. (CET). At the same time we will launch our livestream on L.I.S.A. - the Science Portal of the…

#dhiha | Research Conditions and Digital Humanities: What are the prospects for the next generation? 
10-11 June 2013 - Livestream on L.I.S.A.
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Berti Kolbow-Lehradt | 07/22/2011 | 119914 Views | Articles

Going Global - Internationalization Pathways for Family Firms During the 19th and 20th Century

This conference which was co-sponsored by the German Historical Institute Washington, DC and Gerda Henkel Foundation gathered international scholars in the US capital in February 2011 in order to…

Going Global - Internationalization Pathways for Family Firms During the 19th and 20th Century
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Georgios Chatzoudis | 02/19/2010 | 98191 Views | Articles

Jacques Joseph (1865-1934). Ein Streifzug durch die Geschichte der Schönheitschirurgie

Autorin: Annelie Ramsbrock, Freie Universität Berlin

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Georgios Chatzoudis | 08/16/2010 | 93502 Views | 1 | Movies by the Gerda Henkel Foundation

Mustang – Eleventh-hour rescue? (Nepal)

Episode 5: Training at the end of the world

Training at the end of the world
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Oliver Zimmer | 02/28/2013 | 84795 Views | Announcements

Remaking the Rhythms of Life: German Communities in the Age of the Nation-State

Neuerscheinung in deutscher Geschichte (19. Jahrhundert)

Across Europe the late nineteenth century marked a period of rapid economic change, increased migration, religious conflict, and inter-state competition. In Germany, these developments were further…

Remaking the Rhythms of Life: German Communities in the Age of the Nation-State

REMAKING THE RHYTHMS OF LIFE: German Communities in the Age of the Nation-State (Oxford University Press)

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Dr. Cecilia Cristellon | 02/28/2013 | 70420 Views | Articles

Mixed Marriages in Europe: The Politics and Practices of Religious Plurality Between the Fourteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

International conference, German Historical Institute Rome, May 26-27, 2011

Report by Stephanie Nadalo, Northwestern University
snadalo@gmail.com

Amidst the turbulent confessional politics of Early Modern Europe, individuals regularly transgressed confessional barriers in pursuit of socio-economic, political, or sentimental goals. Such…

Mixed Marriages in Europe: The Politics and Practices of Religious Plurality Between the Fourteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

German Historical Institute Rome

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Anorthe Wetzel | 10/23/2017 | 62943 Views | Presentations

SESSION 7: Remembrance without "Zeitzeugen"?

Conference "The Long End of the First World War. Ruptures, Continuities and Memories"

Session VII discussed how the loss of “Zeitzeugen” (eye-witnesses) challenges practices of remembrance. Julia Tieke, Berlin, invited artists to work with oral sources from Asian POWs interned in…

SESSION 7: Remembrance without "Zeitzeugen"?
06/19/2017 | 61794 Views | 143 Articles

Wissenschaft und Internet - Möglichkeiten und Grenzen

Das Internet hat in den vergangenen zwei Jahrzehnten den Alltag verändert wie kaum eine andere technologische Entwicklung. Nach der aktuellen Onlinestudie von ARD und ZDF nutzen in Deutschland…

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Georgios Chatzoudis | 04/23/2014 | 59200 Views | Movies by the Gerda Henkel Foundation

News from the Celestial Treasure Trove -
Everyday Life and Piety on the Eve of Reformation (Germany)

Episode 2: Luther was not the first one!

Martin Luther is generally accepted as having been the first to translate the Bible from the Greek into German. Going by this, the translation that he penned at Wartburg castle and published in…

Luther was not the first one!
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Dr. Stephan Kokew | 02/13/2018 | 51294 Views | Announcements

Apocalyptic Otherness: "They are the Gog and Magog, gathered together for Battle". Scyths, Arabs, or the US Army?

14.-16.02.2018 International Conference, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Auf der international hochkarätig besetzten Tagung werden die biblischen Ursprünge des Gog-und-Magog-Motivs, seine Rezeption in der frühchristlichen Literatur und in der mittelalterlichen Exegese…

Apocalyptic Otherness: "They are the Gog and Magog, gathered together for Battle". Scyths, Arabs, or the US Army?
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Dr. Natascha Bagherpour | 12/01/2010 | 50310 Views | Articles

Ancient Depositional Practices in Iran

Ich möchte einmal meine Arbeit in einer Zusammenfassung vorstellen und bin dankbar für Kommentare und Hinweise: Studies of Ancient Depositional Practices and their Jewellery Finds, based on the…

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Georgios Chatzoudis | 01/30/2013 | 47008 Views | Movies by the Gerda Henkel Foundation

Eternal Gods? -
Excavations in Kalapodi (Greece)

Episode 1: A New Start

Headed by archaeologist Prof. Wolf-Dietrich Niemeier, the team previously proved the existence of six temples on the Kalapodi excavation site; you can follow their work in the first L.I.S.A.video…

A New Start
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Georgios Chatzoudis | 08/06/2013 | 42042 Views | Interviews

Europeana - Digital Access to Europe's Culture

Interview with Jill Cousins about digital liberaries

Two months ago we talked to Prof. Dr. Robert Darnton, Historian and Director of Harvard University Library, when the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) went online. Now we want to know more…

Europeana - Digital Access to Europe's Culture
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Georgios Chatzoudis | 04/15/2013 | 41960 Views | 2 | Articles

#dhiha5 - Aufruf zur Blogparade

„Forschungsbedingungen und Digital Humanities: Welche Perspektiven hat der Nachwuchs?“

Am 10. und 11. Juni 2013 findet das 5. Kolloquium der Reihe „Digital Humanities am DHIP“ statt, gemeinsam organisiert vom Deutschen Historischen Institut Paris mit L.I.S.A. - Das…

#dhiha5 - Aufruf zur Blogparade
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Georgios Chatzoudis | 04/16/2014 | 35794 Views | Movies by the Gerda Henkel Foundation

News from the Celestial Treasure Trove -
Everyday Life and Piety on the Eve of Reformation (Germany)

Episode 1: The Zerbst Corpus Christi Procession

A student of German has made an important chance find during his research into local history. In the Zerbst town archive he has discovered documents on the Zerbst procession play which had been…

The Zerbst Corpus Christi Procession
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PD Dr.-Ing. Helge Svenshon | 06/25/2012 | 35568 Views | 2 | Reports

Die Hagia Sophia Justinians –
Mathematischer Raum als Bühne des Kaisers

Projekt von Helge Svenshon, Rudolf Stichel, Oliver Hauck und Andreas Noback

Die Hagia Sophia in Konstantinopel (heute: Istanbul), im 6. Jahrhundert nach Christus unter Kaiser Justinian errichtet, gilt zurecht als eines der herausragenden Beispiele der Weltarchitektur. Sie…

Die Hagia Sophia Justinians –
Mathematischer Raum als Bühne des Kaisers