Announcements
10.07.2020 - 11.07.2020 Supported by: Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, Justus Liebig University of Giessen, Arbeitsgruppe Europe’s East, Research Network in Queer Studies, Decolonial Feminisms and Cultural Transformation (QDFCT) and ‘Dialoguing Between the Posts’ international research network

If you would like to participate, please send the following documents to
majstorovic.danijela@gmail.com and polinamanolova@gmail.com by 26th February 2020

- 500-word detailed paper abstract that includes indication of the thematic cluster to which you would like to contribute to and your methodological approach
- a short CV (max.

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Reviews
Rez. von Benedikt Stuchtey, Philipps-Universität Marburg

Pressegeschichte um 1900 ist ein beeindruckendes Beispiel dafür, wie eine überaus reichhaltige Quellenlage eine ebenso reichhaltige Forschung inspiriert hat. Die Standartwerke von Frank Bösch und Dominik Geppert – beide mit einem deutsch-britischen Vergleich zwischen den 1880/1890er Jahren und dem Ersten Weltkrieg – ragen ohne Zweifel heraus.

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Debate
Von Sebastian Dorsch, Philosophische Fakultät, Universität Erfurt; Sebastian Jobs, John-F.-Kennedy-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin; Baz Lecocq, Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Barbara Mittler, Institut für Sinologie, Universität Heidelberg; Margrit Pernau, Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, Berlin
 
Articles
Von Stefan Telle

1. Populism, Citizenship, European Integration

The paper seeks to make a contribution to the debate[1] around explaining the recent surge in populism across the European Union (EU). To this end, it critically engages with the “supply- and demand-paradigm” in populism research.[2] The paper identifies several deficiencies (i.e.

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Conference Reports
29.08.2019 - 30.08.2019 Christof Dejung, Universität Bern; David Motadel, London School of Economics and Political Science
Von Bastiaan Bouwman, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, Princeton University

From 29 to 30 August 2019, a group of emerging and established scholars gathered at the London School of Economics and Political Science to reflect on the theme of ‘Global Social History: Class and Social Transformation in World History’. The conference sought to explore the possibilities and limits of ‘global social history’, a subfield still in the making, owing in part to the decline of social history during the global turn of the 1990s.

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Opportunities
01.04.2020 - 31.12.2020 Center for the History of Global Development and the Center for Latin-American Studies at Shanghai University; European University Institute, Florence; and University of Geneva