Readers of the blog interested in the global history of migration and immigration may like to participate in a conference exploring new perspectives on Jewish flight and exile from Nazi Europe. The event is organized by the German Historical Institutes London and Washington DC together with the newly established Branch Offices of the Max Weber Foundation in Delhi, … Continue reading CFP: “In Global Transit: Jewish Migrants from Hitler’s Europe in Asia, Africa, and Beyond”
Similar to the other binational research tandem program in the History of Knowledge at the German Historical Institute Washington that we recently published at TPF, here’s another call from that institution in the U.S. capital. As with the other program, binational applications where two applicants – one from Germany, the other from North America – … Continue reading Binational Research Tandem Program in Global and Trans-Regional History (German Historical Institute Washington)
If you are either a German or North American scholar looking for your next post-doctoral gig — or, better yet, know another person from the other national context in the same position — the German Historical Institute Washington has announced a scheme that is just for you. The German Historical Institute is running a so-called binational … Continue reading Binational Research Tandem Program in the History of Knowledge and Knowledge Cultures (German Historical Institute Washington)
Another autumn day, another opportunity for scholars of global history—this time at the German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C. As a recent announcement explains, the GHI, in cooperation with the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University, is now offering German and North American scholars the opportunity to develop binational research tandems which … Continue reading Binational Research Tandem Program in Global History and Trans-Regional History, German Historical Institute, Washington, D.C.