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Plotting Torture. Representation and Remediation in Divided Societies, 19th to 21st centuries The Market as a Scandal. Public debates about scope, functionality and legitimacy Faded – Supressed – Forgotten? The Loss of the Past as a Research Problem Gunpowder in Town – Citizens and Weapons Close Distance. Social Segregation in Trading Empires and Colonies The Sea in Antiquity: Division and Polarization Specialised Information Services for researchers: printed, digital, hybrid? The dream of Christian unity. Crusading ideology and crusading plans as means to overcome the fractions of Early Modern Europe Worlds apart: Jewish Witnesses in Israeli and West German Criminal Proceedings against Perpetrators of National Socialist Extermination Camps, 1970–1990 Divided Unity? The Ambiguities of National Identity Constructions in Nineteenth-Century Germany and Italy The Dynamics of Violence and Divided Societies: The Holocaust, Occupation, and the Reconfiguration of Social Relations (1939-1945) „Threatened Orders“ – a scientific concept for school teaching? Connecting a Collaborative Research Centre with History Didactics Political Divisions in Late Medieval Europe Global History: A Critical Evaluation Strategies of Legitimitation and Critique of Capitalism 1850-2008 History of the monarchy between histoire comparée und histoire croisée Politics of Whiteness: Divided Societies in Europe and the United States Vertical segregation. Politics of class making in the second half of the 20th century Dis/ability – Everyday Life – Gender. Exploring the Field of Interdisciplinary Dis/ability History Division or Integration? Christianity in the East and West between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages How can the history of the GDR be developed in history education? Open Access: Divided Historians? Tell Me How You Work! Working Conditions and Career Management of Young Professionals in Europe Democracy in danger? The new right in Germany German-Dutch History Networks. Experiences – Observations – Perspectives “Divided Society”: A Modern Mode of Self-observation Divided memory and continuity of elites. Post-totalitarian societies in comparison From the Divided Nation to a Split Society? Aspects of Economic and Social History of Transformation after 1990 Was the Third Reich a “Racial State”? Critical Perspectives Unity or Disintegration? Experiences and Narratives of the Long (Post)Communist Transformation in Central Europe Claims of political unity versus social divisions in the history of the Middle East: Syria and Lebanon Taxing difference: Empires as spaces of ordered inequality History in Translocal Perspective: Rethinking Divisions in Space-Time Political participation in Europe before the revolutions in comparative access Manifestations and Resolutions of Social Disunity in Hellenistic Times, 4th-1st century BCE Concepts and Cultural Practices of Exclusion in Pre-Modern and Modern Times A unifying or a dividing project? Plebiscites, referenda, and the public legitimization of European unification Research date, legal challenges and scientific Reputation. Research data management as part of a new scientific culture Standardization or Pluralization? History Education in a „Divided“ Society The transition from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages and current issues: Was the Merovingian society a divided society? Divided Senses? Sensory Difference in the 20th Century Relief for One’s Own Community: Humanitarian Organizations at Home and Abroad “…suddenly I was on the Other Side.” European Jewish intellectuals and the African American struggle for equality Doing Cold War Berlin Divided or united? Refugees and migrants in communal spaces from the 12th to the 21st century The Politics of Citizenship: Enemy Aliens, Citizenship Classification, and the Division of Societies in Twentieth-Century Germany, the Netherlands and Europe Decolonization and the Politics of Wildlife: Conservation, Science, and Tourism in East Africa, ca. 1950-1980 What is Roman? The Search for a Roman Identity in the 1st/2nd century AD Peace of Westphalia 1648 / 2018 Woher bekomme ich Geld für meine Forschung? Ein Service-Panel zum Thema Forschungsfinanzierung für Promovierende und Postdocs Integrative divide? The ambivalence of “nationality” within companies Separate Ways. A history of emotions of current separatist movements in Europe: Catalonia, Scotland, South Tyrol and Kosovo Scientific practices of evidence in times of societal division Divided by Denigration? Invectives and the dynamics of inclusion and exclusion from Antiquity to the Present Quo vadis historical methods? Digital perspectives Urban Resilience in the Late Middle Ages (14th – 16th century) “People know each other” – Entanglements and Tensions between Dutchmen and Westphalians during the 19th and 20th Century Racism since the “Zero Hour”. Immigration and Difference in Germany 1945-2018 “Materiality”. Concepts and Potential Beyond Material Culture Studies Phenomena of Division in European Jewry Decision-making in German polities, 12th to 19th centuries Creating Modern Identity and Historical Roots in Hungary and Poland Local Knowledge as a Non-Residual Category in Early Modern Latin America, Europe, Africa, and the Ottoman Empire Values education in history lessons?! Lost cohesion – The impacts of religious groups on the crisis and conflicts in medieval Japan Im Gespräch mit den DFG-Fachkollegiaten History and Media in Public Relation New departures in global history: Examples and approaches Negotiating Diversity in the Early Modern and Modern World Records of emancipation and protest movements – tradition of a divided society Urban distinctions. Praxeological Perspectives on Segregation and Neighbourliness in 20th Century Western Europe Administration as mechanism of unity Flight and Asylum from Antiquity to the Early Modern Period – Transcultural Perspectives Cultural diversity in a homogeneous political culture? Historical perspectives on a modern obsession Decolonisation of colonial collections: A shifting debate in Europe Whose Security? Concepts and Practices of Security in an Emerging Global Society Why Europe – which Europe? Current Challenges of Writing European History ‘Civil Wars’ in the late Middle Ages: France, England, Burgundian Low Countries, Catalonia and Naples. Comparative Perspectives Losers of our time? Southern Europe since 1945 Health inequity – despite open societies? (1949-2018) The Global Knowledge of Divided Societies. The Measurement of Economic Inequality in Europe and the World since 1945 Limits of power and transgressions Analysing Divided Societies with Digital Methods – Examples of Practice Precarious Information. Global Flow and Political Importance of False Reports and Fake News, 1880-1930 Despised Participation. Exclusion and inclusion by unconventional protest in the second half of the 20th century Transnationalizing Mussolini. Reactions to Italian fascism in Asia during the interwar period A Society at Breaking Point: Alternative Perspectives on the West German ‘1968’ Inequality as problem of premoderne rural society When ‚cultural brokers‘ fail – Failed communication of local Elites in the ancient Middle East Holocaust remembrance in a migration society (Not) Eating Meat Minority History as a Subdiscipline of History? Minority-Majority Relations among Sinti and Roma in the Federal Republic of Germany Helicopter parents, Needy Families, Ghetto Kids. Childhood and Inquality in West German History Human Rights and Gender in the 20th Century A Culture of Civil War. Bellum civile and political communication in Late Republican Rome Museums in conflict – politics of history in museums between nationalism and globalization All errors and confusion?! – The interconnectedness of scholarly editing and historical (de)construction For sceptics and enthusiasts alike: What is – and what is the virtue of – ‘digital’ historical research The Spanish “America Monopoly” in the Early Modern Period Who Protects the Truth? Nationalism and the Juridification of the Past Linguistic and ethnic conflicts in monasteries north and south of the Alps in the late Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period Parliamentary democracy and the problem of representation

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