Archives of the Akademie der Künste

Akademie der Künste Berlin

Akademie der Künste, Berlin The Archives of the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts) are considered the most important interdisciplinary archives for modernist art and culture in German-speaking countries. The Archives are entrusted with the core task of acquiring important art and cultural history archives, as well as collections and art works from all areas […]

Hidden Cities: Hamburg

Hidden Cities Hamburg

PUblic REnaissance: Urban Cultures of Public Space between Early Modern Europe and the Present, Hidden Cities is part of the project PUblic REnaissance: Urban Cultures of Public Space between Early Modern Europe and the Present funded by the Humanities in European Research Area (HERA) grant and includes universities from Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, […]

CineGraph: Resources for the History of Cinema


CineGraph e.V., Hamburg Resources for research on the history of German language cinema, including links to databases, archives, museums, individuals, film criticism, and film music. The links provided include both German and English resources. Visit the site

Mimeo: Blog der Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden am Dubnow-Institut

Mimeo - Simon Dubnow Institute

Leibnitz-Institut für jüdische Geschichte und Kultur – Simon Dubnow, Leipzig A multi-authored blog series by the doctoral candidates at the Simon Dubnow Institute in Leipzig. The topics of the blog posts cover a wide range of issues related to Jewish history in Germany and abroad. Blog posts are in either German or English. Most of […]

1968 in der deutschen Literaturwissenschaft

1968 in der deutschen Literaturwissenschaft

Edited by Sabine Koloch at A special edition of the website about the crisis in Germanistik surrounding the events of 1968 in German literature. The collection includes scholarly articles, witness testimony, commentaries, and ancillary documents. Visit the Site

Documentation Center of the Reichsparteitag Grounds in Nuremberg

Document Center Nuremberg

City of Nuremberg (Stadt Nürnberg) Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände Nürnberg (also available in English) provides visitors with an overview of the history of National Socialism with pictures and ancillary teaching material. Main Site: German | English Exhibition and Materials on National Socialism: German

Synagogen in Deutschland


University of Darmstadt The project Synagogen in Deutschland: Eine virtuelle Rekonstruktion explores the digital reconstruction of historical synagogues in Germany that were destroyed by the Nazis. The project has chosen to focus on 15 synagogues in Berlin, Dortmund, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover, Kaiserslautern, Köln, Leipzig, München, Nürnberg, Plauen, and Stuttgart. Visit the site While many […]


DigBib.Org offers a wide range of digitized German-language literary works. Some of the authors featured here are Lessing, Kafka, Schiller, Goethe, and others. All works are available as PDF documents and are provided as open access documents without copyright. View the site

Lexikon der Filmbegriffe

Lexikon der Filmbegriffe

University of Kiel Designed as an aid for everyday use by film scholars, cineastes, and those curious about films, the Lexicon of Film Terms offers definitions for over 7,000 terms broken down by field. Each entry provides a reliable overview of an object or term and provides additional explanations, references, and historical features regarding the […]

The Avalon Project

Avalon Project at Yale

Yale Law School, New Haven, CT The Avalon Project at Yale University offers a complete set of the transcripts from the International Military Tribunal for Germany (the Nuremberg Trials). Users can look through each of the virtual archive boxes or jump to a curated set of key documents. Visit the Site