History seminars at the IHR
Modern German History
Convenors: Dr. Mark Hewitson (UCL), Professor Christina von Hodenberg (QMUL), Dr. Egbert Klautke (SSEES), Dr Michael Rowe (KCL), Dr Jessica Reinisch (Birkbeck), Dr. Nikolaus Wachsmann (Birkbeck)
For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Dr Mark Hewitson: email@example.com
Venue: Peter Marshall Room N204, 2nd floor, IHR, North block, Senate House
Time: Mostly Wednesdays in the Peter Marshall Room N204 at 5.30pm. Sessions held at the German Historical Institute take place on Thursdays at 5:30pm, or, exceptionally, as noted below, on Wednesday, at the same time.
The People's War: Mass Mobilisation and Radicalisation in Germany, 1914-1918
Professor Alexander Watson (Goldsmith's University)
Ambivalent Destinations? West German Tourism to the Iberian Dictatorships, 1950Â¬-1975
Dr Patricia Hertel (University of Basel)
German Paleontology in the context of the History of Late Nineteenth Century Science
Dr Chris Manias (KCL)
German Subjectivities in the Second World War
Professor Nick Stargardt (Oxford)
Prince Albert's Views and Activities with Respect to German politics
Dr John Davis (Kingston)
Please not that this seminar will take place at the German Historical Institute London.
'HELMUT SCHMIDT: THE GLOBAL CHANCELLOR'
Dr Kristina Spohr (LSE)
German Protestant Nationalism during the Second World War
Dr Thomas Brodie (Oxford University)
Constitutional Law and Citizenship in the two German states during the Cold War