Netzwerk 3te Generation Ost

Netzwerk 3th Generation Ost / Adriana Lettrari, Berlin The “3rd Generation East” is a network of all those who were born in the GDR between 1975 and 1985 and who actively play their role in shaping society. The network tries to discover, describe and actively promote the associated competencies. The website introduces recent activities such […]

Music in Berlin, 1870-1910: An Empire for Absolute Music

Sanna Pederson, University of Oklahoma, Norman “An Empire for Absolute Music” focuses on concerts of instrumental music during the Kaiserzeit – when the most celebrated piano and violin virtuosos lived and taught in Berlin, frequently described as the musical capital of the world. Short blog posts introduce protagonists and events presented with images, documents and […]

Heimatkunde: Migrationspolitisches Portal

Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Berlin Heimatkunde: Migrationspolitisches Portal by the Heinrich Böll Stiftung features dossiers interested in migration and politics. The series “Welcome to Germany” contains, for example, a number of dossiers, including “Flucht, Asyl, und Willlkommenskultur,” featuring a series of articles on the subject. Additionally, the Heimatkunde Mediathek features podcasts and videos. Heimatkunde: Migrationspolitisches Portal […]

BIAAS Austro-Americana Blogs

The Botstiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies, Media, PA The Botstiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies (BIASS) promotes an understanding of the historic relationship between the United States and Austria, including the lands of the former Habsburg empire. The BIAAS blog series features posts by junior and senior scholars in the field of Austrian-American studies, featuring, for […]

Europeana collections

Europeana Foundation, The Hague, Netherlands Europeana provides access to millions of books, music, maps, manuscripts, newspapers, artworks and more – accessible with search and filter tools. The portal hosts also online exhibitions and a blog. Europena site

The German Graphic Novel

German Graphic Novel

Modern Language Association A web resource for instructors of German language and culture and graphic novel enthusiasts. The blog includes featured works, reviews, and instructional resources. View the site

Migrant Knowledge

The purpose Migrant Knowledge is to foster and disseminate research at the nexus of migration and knowledge studies. Migrating people—social actors with agency—are the main focus. Thus “migrant knowledge.” At the same time, there is room for interesting work on knowledge about migrants, especially if such research helps us to understand migrant knowledge. The focus here is mainly […]

Charlemagne Blog

This blog accompanies the international Symposium “Charlemagne: les temps, les espaces, les hommes. Construction et déconstruction d’un règne”. This Symposium will take place in Paris on March 26-28, 2014 to commemorate the 1200th anniversary of Charlemagne’s death on January 28, 814. It has been organized by the German Historical Institute, Paris, and the following universities: […]

Reconstructing Memory in European Cities

From 2018-2020, the Institute for Advanced Study at the University of Konstanz hosts a Research Group funded by the Balzan Prize that was awarded in 2017 to Aleida and Jan Assmann for their work on Cultural Memory. The topic of the research project is ‘Reconstructing Memory in the City – Transnational and Local (European) Sites […]

History of Knowledge – Research, Resources, and Perspectives

German Historical Institute in Washington, DC This blog serves as a venue for the exchange of ideas and information on the history of knowledge, a couple of posts are focused on German topics. It is edited by a team at the German Historical Institute in Washington, DC, but it depends on the engagement of many other […]