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International Organizations Revisited
August 2021

International Organizations Revisited

Agency and Pathology in a Multipolar World

Dijkzeul, D. & Salomons, D. (eds)
Iron Landscapes
August 2021

Iron Landscapes

National Space and the Railways in Interwar Czechoslovakia

Jeschke, F.
The Russian Cold
August 2021

The Russian Cold

Histories of Ice, Frost, and Snow

Herzberg, J., Renner, A., & Schierle, I. (eds)
Singing Ideas
July 2021

Singing Ideas

Performance, Politics and Oral Poetry

Ní Shíocháin, T.
Territory, State and Nation
August 2021

Territory, State and Nation

The Geopolitics of Rudolf Kjellén

Björk, R. & Lundén, T. (eds)
Invisible Founders
April 2022

Invisible Founders

How Two Centuries of African American Families Transformed a Plantation into a College

Rainville, L.
Israel-Palestine
September 2021

Israel-Palestine

Lands and Peoples

Bartov, O. (ed)
Jesus Reclaimed
November 2021

Jesus Reclaimed

Jewish Perspectives on the Nazarene

Homolka, W.
Traumatic Pasts in Asia
September 2021

Traumatic Pasts in Asia

History, Psychiatry, and Trauma from the 1930s to the Present

Micale, M. S. & Pols, H. (eds)
Tropics of Vienna
August 2021

Tropics of Vienna

Colonial Utopias of the Habsburg Empire

Bach, U. E.
The Vampire
April 2022

The Vampire

Origins of a European Myth

Bohn, T. M.
Lobbying Hitler
October 2021

Lobbying Hitler

Industrial Associations between Democracy and Dictatorship

Bera, M.
The Greek Military Dictatorship
September 2021

The Greek Military Dictatorship

Revisiting a Troubled Past, 1967–1974

Anastasakis, O. & Lagos, K. (eds)
Transcending the Nostalgic
October 2021

Transcending the Nostalgic

Landscapes of Postindustrial Europe beyond Representation

Jaramillo, G. S. & Tomann, J. (eds)
Guido Goldman
October 2021

Guido Goldman

Transatlantic Bridge Builder

Klingst, M.
Heritage under Socialism
October 2021

Heritage under Socialism

Preservation in Eastern and Central Europe, 1945–1991

Gantner, E. B., Geering, C., & Vickers, P. (ed)
Hazardous Chemicals
March 2022

Hazardous Chemicals

Agents of Risk and Change, 1800-2000

Homburg, E. & Vaupel, E. (eds)
Gulag Memories
April 2022

Gulag Memories

The Rediscovery and Commemoration of Russia's Repressive Past

Bogumił, Z.
The Paradoxical Republic
November 2021

The Paradoxical Republic

Austria 1945–2020

Rathkolb, O.
Poland Daily
January 2022

Poland Daily

Economy, Work, Consumption and Social Class in Polish Cinema

Mazierska, E.
Medieval Intersections
November 2021

Medieval Intersections

Gender and Status in Europe in the Middle Ages

Weikert, K. & Woodacre, E. (eds)
Divining History
December 2021

Divining History

Prophetism, Messianism and the Development of the Spirit

Svenungsson, J.
Defeating Impunity
November 2021

Defeating Impunity

Attempts at International Justice in Europe since 1914

Rovetta, O. & Lagrou, P. (eds)
The Power of Scripture
December 2021

The Power of Scripture

Political Biblicism in the Early Stuart Monarchy between Representation and Subversion

Pečar, A.
Rampart Nations
May 2022

Rampart Nations

Bulwark Myths of East European Multiconfessional Societies in the Age of Nationalism

Berezhnaya, L. & Hein-Kircher, H. (eds)
Repressed, Remitted, Rejected
December 2021

Repressed, Remitted, Rejected

German Reparations Debts to Poland and Greece

Roth, K. H. & Rübner, H.
Germany and the Confessional Divide
December 2021

Germany and the Confessional Divide

Religious Tensions and Political Culture, 1871-1989

Ruff, M. E. & Großbölting, T. (eds)
Gendering Post-1945 German History
August 2022

Gendering Post-1945 German History

Entanglements

Hagemann, K., & Harsch, D., & Brühöfner, F. (eds)
France, Germany, and Nuclear Deterrence
January 2022

France, Germany, and Nuclear Deterrence

Quarrels and Convergences during the Cold War and Beyond

Badalassi, N. & Gloriant, F. (eds)
Indigenous Resurgence
January 2022

Indigenous Resurgence

Decolonialization and Movements for Environmental Justice

Dhillon, J.
The Indoctrination of the Wehrmacht
September 2021

The Indoctrination of the Wehrmacht

Nazi Ideology and the War Crimes of the German Military

Sait, B.
The Vienna Gestapo, 1938-1945
January 2022

The Vienna Gestapo, 1938-1945

Crimes, Perpetrators, Victims

Boeckl-Klamper, E., Mang, T., & Neugebauer, W.
Moving Frames
February 2022

Moving Frames

Photographs in German Cinema

Collenberg-González, C. & Sheehan, M. P. (eds)
Times of History, Times of Nature
February 2022

Times of History, Times of Nature

Temporalization and the Limits of Modern Knowledge

Ekstrom, A. & Bergwik, S. (eds)
Narratives in Motion
February 2022

Narratives in Motion

Journalism and Modernist Events in 1920s Portugal

Trindade, L.
The Total Work of Art
August 2021

The Total Work of Art

Foundations, Articulations, Inspirations

Imhoof, D., Menninger, M. E., & Steinhoff, A. J. (eds)
Nationalism and Internationalism Intertwined
March 2022

Nationalism and Internationalism Intertwined

A European History of Concepts Beyond the Nation State

Ihalainen, P. & Holmila, A. (eds)
The Aesthetics of Rule and Resistance
March 2022

The Aesthetics of Rule and Resistance

Analyzing Political Street Art in Latin America

Bogerts, L.
The World beyond the West
March 2022

The World beyond the West

Perspectives from Eastern Europe

Kałczewiak, M. & Kozłowska, M. (eds)
Forging Architectural Tradition
March 2022

Forging Architectural Tradition

National Narratives, Monument Preservation and Architectural Work in the Nineteenth-Century

Damjanović, D. & Łupienko, Al. (eds)
The Walls of Santiago
April 2022

The Walls of Santiago

Social Revolution and Political Aesthetics in Contemporary Chile

Gordon-Zolov, T. & Zolov, E.
Anglo-American Relations and the Transmission of Ideas
April 2022

Anglo-American Relations and the Transmission of Ideas

A Shared Political Tradition?

Dobson, A. & Marsh, S. (eds)
Beyond Inclusion and Exclusion
December 2021

Beyond Inclusion and Exclusion

Jewish Experiences of the First World War in Central Europe

Crouthamel, J., Geheran, M., Grady, T., & Köhne, J. B. (eds)
Changes in the Air
December 2021

Changes in the Air

Hurricanes in New Orleans from 1718 to the Present

Rohland, E.
The Changing Meanings of the Welfare State
November 2021

The Changing Meanings of the Welfare State

Histories of a Key Concept in the Nordic Countries

Edling, N. (ed)
Cinema of Collaboration
January 2022

Cinema of Collaboration

DEFA Coproductions and International Exchange in Cold War Europe

Ivanova, M.
Minority Discourses in Germany since 1990
April 2022

Minority Discourses in Germany since 1990

Gezen, E., Layne, P., & Skolnik, J. (eds)
Expeditionary Anthropology
September 2021

Expeditionary Anthropology

Teamwork, Travel and the ''Science of Man''

Thomas, M. & Harris, A. (eds)
Money in the German-speaking Lands
July 2022

Money in the German-speaking Lands

Lindemann, M. & Poley, J. (eds)
African Political Systems Revisited
April 2022

African Political Systems Revisited

Changing Perspectives on Statehood and Power

Bošković, A. & Schlee, G. (eds)
Environing Empire
April 2022

Environing Empire

Nature, Infrastructure and the Making of German Southwest Africa

Kalb, M.
Nurturing the Other
April 2022

Nurturing the Other

First Contacts and the Making of Christian Bodies in Amazonia

Grotti, V.
Hotbeds of Licentiousness
May 2022

Hotbeds of Licentiousness

The British Glamour Film and the Permissive Society

Halligan, B.
Continental Transfers
May 2022

Continental Transfers

Cultural and Political Exchange among Spain, Italy and Argentina, 1914-1945

Fuentes Codera, M. & Dogliani, P. (eds)
Other Argonauts
June 2022

Other Argonauts

Ethnographers Before Malinowski, 1870-1922

Rosa, F. & Vermeulen, H. F. (eds)
What Remains
June 2022

What Remains

Responses to the Legacy of Christa Wolf

Fetz, G. A. & Herminghouse, P. (eds)
Spanish Laughter
June 2022

Spanish Laughter

Humor and Its Sense in Modern Spain

Calvo Maturana, A. (ed)
Taking on Technocracy
September 2021

Taking on Technocracy

Nuclear Power in Germany, 1945 to the Present

Augustine, D. L.
In the Shadow of Auschwitz
June 2022

In the Shadow of Auschwitz

German Massacres against Polish Civilians, 1939–1945

Brewing, D.
Oswald Spengler and the Politics of Decline
July 2022

Oswald Spengler and the Politics of Decline

Lewis, B.
Field Manual for the Archaeology of Ritual, Religion, and Magic
July 2022

Field Manual for the Archaeology of Ritual, Religion, and Magic

Auge’, C. R.
Humboldt Revisited
July 2022

Humboldt Revisited

The Impact of the German University on American Higher Education

Brandser, G. C.
Rethinking Social Movements after 68
July 2022

Rethinking Social Movements after 68

Selves and Solidarities in West Germany and Beyond

Davis, B., Brühöfener, F., & Milder, S. (eds)
Heritage, Gentrification and Resistance in the Neoliberal City
July 2022

Heritage, Gentrification and Resistance in the Neoliberal City

Hammami, F., Jewesbury, D., & Valli, C. (eds)
Dynamics of Emigration
August 2022

Dynamics of Emigration

Émigré scholars and the production of historical knowledge in the 20th Century

Berger, S. & Müller, P. (eds)
Empathy and History
June 2022

Empathy and History

Historical Understanding in Re-enactment, Hermeneutics and Education

Retz, T.
Towards a Collaborative Memory
August 2022

Towards a Collaborative Memory

German Memory Work in a Transnational Context

Jones, S.

History-Related Journals

Aspasia

Aspasia

The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women's and Gender History

ISSN Print: 1933-2882
ISSN Online: 1933-2890


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Contributions to the History of Concepts

Contributions to the History of Concepts

ISSN Print: 1807-9326
ISSN Online: 1874-656X


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French Politics, Culture & Society

French Politics, Culture & Society

ISSN Print: 1537-6370
ISSN Online: 1558-5271


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German Politics and Society

German Politics and Society

ISSN Print: 1045-0300
ISSN Online: 1558-5441


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Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques

Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques

ISSN Print: 0315-7997
ISSN Online: 1939-2419


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Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society

Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society

ISSN Print: 2041-6938
ISSN Online: 2041-6946


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Sibirica

Sibirica

Interdisciplinary Journal of Siberian Studies

ISSN Print: 1361-7362
ISSN Online: 1476-6787


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Transfers

Transfers

Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies

ISSN Print: 2045-4813
ISSN Online: 2045-4821


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Of Soldiers and Dreamers: Peter Lilienthal in Latin America

by Claudia Sandberg  Claudia Sandberg is the author of Peter Lilienthal : A Cinema of Exile and Resistance. Sitting at a wooden bench, the young woman Marcela follows the teacher attentively. She has decided to take part in the literacy campaign that was launched by the Unidad Popular government. In a group with other woman, they have gathered in the meeting place and school of the shanty town community La Victoria, situated at the fringes of the Chilean capital, to get […]

Does the Man Make the Motorcycle or the Motorcycle the Man?

Sasha Disko In celebration of World Motorcycle Day (21 June), we are featuring the following excerpt from Sasha Disko’s THE DEVIL’S WHEELS: Men and Motorcycling in the Weimar Republic. Someone, or something, sowed the flaming desire in your young male heart to become a disciple of motor sport. . . . Your desire was initially […]

Celebrate Pride Month with free access to LGBTQ articles and chapters

In celebration of Pride Month in June, enjoy free access to the following articles and chapters from Berghahn. Berghahn Journals ASPASIA Secret Years: Hungarian Lesbian Herstory, 1950s–2000sAnna Borgos (Vol. 9) BOYHOOD STUDIES Boyz2Men: Male Migrants’ Attitudes to Homosexuality and What Age Has To Do with ItKatarzyna Wojnicka (Vol. 13, Issue 2) GERMAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY LGBTI Rights and the 2017 […]

Celebrating 9 Years of the Berghahn Blog

The Berghahn Blog turns nine this June! Celebrate with us by reading our nine most popular articles since our inception in 2012! 9. A ‘Privileged’ Prisoner is Still a Prisoner by Adam Brown The evolution of my book, Judging “Privileged” Jews: Holocaust Ethics, Representation and the “Grey Zone,” was – like most books no doubt – somewhat long and complex. To […]

Karl Marx as a Young Journalist

By Rolf Hosfeld Excerpted by Karl Marx: An Intellectual Biography by Rolf Hosfeld, Translated from the German by Bernard Heise Karl Marx was born May 5, 1818. As a young man he was a journalist and an editor for Rheinische Zeitung, a liberal-socialist newspaper published in Germany. The paper was previously edited by Adolf Friedrich […]

Titles for May Day

May Day, also called International Workers’ Day, is observed in many countries on May 1. It commemorates the historic struggles and gains of worker and labor movements worldwide. In 1889, an international federation of socialist groups and trade unions designated May 1 as a day to support workers, falling on the anniversary of the 1886 […]

When They Came For Me: The Hidden Diary of An Apartheid Prisoner

When Apollo 11 landed on the moon in 1969, John Schlapobersky was a political prisoner in Pretoria and knew nothing about it – he was in solitary confinement. When he learnt about the landing, he looked for the moon without success from the window of his cell. Fifty years later he visited the NASA Space […]

Book Preview: THE MEANINGS OF A DISASTER (International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day)

The United Nations has proclaimed 26 April International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day. The day was first observed in 2016, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the 1986 nuclear disaster. Learn more about the history and persistent legacy of Chernobyl here. The Meanings of Disaster: Chernobyl and its Afterlives in Britain and France By […]

Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day

24 April marks the 106th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day is held annually to recognize and mourn more than 1.5 million victims of the Armenian Genocide, the most tragic element of Armenian history. For more information on Armenian Genocide please visit armenian-genocide.org. In recognizing the significance of the occasion we would like to bring […]

Commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Read an excerpt from Marek Haltof’s POLISH FILM AND THE HOLOCAUST: Politics and Memory. On April 19, 1943, the Warsaw ghetto uprising began after German troops and police entered the ghetto to deport its surviving inhabitants. Learn more about the history of this fierce act of resistance by reading the entry in the USHMM’s Holocaust […]

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