Kategorie: Interview

readme.txt: „Mediated Memories: Narratives and Iconographies of the Holocaust in Lithuania“

Lesen, Schreiben und Publizieren sind die Essenz von „Geisteswissenschaften als Beruf“.In dieser Folge von readme.txt beantwortet Gintarė Malinauskaitė , Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am  Deutschen Historischen Institut in Warschau, vier Fragen zu ihrem Buch „Mediated Memories: Narratives and Iconographies of the Holocaust in Lithuania “.

“Research in local archives and the exchange with colleagues led to a shift of my research focus” – 5in10 with Mario Peters

Mario Peters is a Research Fellow in American and Transatlantic History at the GHI Washington. His current research interests are spread across the intersection of mobility studies, environmental history, and the study of Inter-American relations. In his new project, he examines the development of Pan-American transportation infrastructures between 1870 and 1970, focusing on the cooperation and exchange of knowledge between North American and Latin American experts who contributed to the planning and construction of these infrastructures.

“Whoever Owns Heritage is a Temporary Custodian”: An Interview with Akram Zaatari

In this interview the Lebanese filmmaker and artist Akram Zaatari discusses his practice based on collecting and studying photography. Over the past twenty-five years Zaatari has conducted research into private archives and family albums in the Middle East and North Africa, exploring how photography has shaped aesthetic and social codes in the region.

“As a Historian, the Archive Remains the Foundation of My Practice” – 5in10 with Pascale Siegrist

Pascale Siegrist joined the GHI London in October 2020. She is an intellectual historian interested in the margins of the canon; her first book project deals with the ‘global’ thought of fin-de-siècle anarchists. At the GHI London she is developing a new project on the worlds of invented languages.

Migrant Dreams: Egyptian Workers in the Gulf States

Interview with Samuli Schielke. Samuli Schielke’s latest book, Migrant Dreams: Egyptian Workers in the Gulf States (AUC Press, 2020), is a vivid ethnography of Egyptian migrants to the Arab Gulf states. It investigates the imagination that migration thrives on, and the hopes and ambitions generated by the repeated experience of leaving and returning home.

Exiled Among Nations: German and Mennonite Mythologies in a Transnational Age – Interview with John P.R. Eicher

Earlier this year, the monograph “Exiled Among Nations: German and Mennonite Mythologies in a Transnational Age” by John P.R. Eicher was published by Cambridge University Press, in the Publications of the German Historical Institute Series. We talked with the author about the origins of his book, the role of institutions for diasporic groups and links between his research and today’s world.

„Acclimated to Yellow Fever“

Das historische Konzept des Immunkapitals und seine Bedeutung für die afroamerikanische Minderheit in den USA – ein Gespräch mit der Historikerin Elisabeth Engel, die seit 2014 als Fellow am Deutschen Historischen Institut Washington forscht. Dieses Interview erscheint parallel in der aktuellen Ausgabe unseres Magazins „Weltweit vor Ort“ 02/20.

Interview with Digital History Fellow Jana Keck

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our new Digital History Fellow Jana Keck. Her fields of research include German and American Literature and Culture in the Nineteenth Century, Periodical Studies, and Digital Humanities. She began her academic career at the University of Stuttgart, where she studied English and Linguistics. In 2017 she received her Master’s from the University of Stuttgart with her thesis “Gottfried Duden’s Bericht über eine Reise nach den westlichen Staaten Nordamerikas (1829) and Its Emigration Stimulus.” In the same … Continue reading Interview with Digital History Fellow Jana Keck

Interview: Hans van Ess, Präsident der Max-Weber-Stiftung über China, die KP und ihr Verhältnis zum Konfuzianismus

„Die Kommunistische Partei Chinas ist eine kommunistische Partei, die Leitlinien des Marxismus-Leninismus sind ihre Zielvorgaben.“ Der Sinologe Prof. Dr. Hans van Ess, Präsident der Max-Weber-Stiftung, spricht im Interview mit der „Global Review“ über China, die Kommunistische Partei und ihr Verhältnis zum Kommunismus, Konfuzianismus, Nationalismus und Futurismus.

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