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Botany in Time and Space: The Chelsea Physic Garden

When I sent a fellow doctoral candidate in the history of botany some pictures from the Chelsea Physic Garden, she asked me if I had encountered any ghosts of the much-admired botanists that shaped this famous institution and its networks. While I had …

Die Biographie eines Vereins schreiben

Forschungsprojekt: Die Heimat schützen. Eine Sozial- und Kulturgeschichte der Schützenvereine im Deutschen Kaiserreich Nicola Camilleri, Universitä Padua (Italien), Center for Advanced Studies Southeast Europe, University of Rijeka (Kroatien), ORCID 0000-0002-1596-9231…

The World Wide Web of Internationalism: Evaluating Total Digital Access for the League of Nations Archive (LONTAD) and Its Potential for Historical Research

By Valentin Loos Editorial Note: Having gained his bachelor‘s degree in 2020, Valentin Loos is now a master‘s student of history and English and American studies at Osnabrück University. His interests include 19th to 21st century migration literature as a form of knowledge production, the history of I(N)GOS as well as the history of transnational migrant regimes. He completed his internship at the GHI Washington, DC, in the fall and winter of 2022. On 10 January 1920, the League of Nations, one of the … Continue reading The World Wide Web of Internationalism: Evaluating Total Digital Access for the League of Nations Archive (LONTAD) and Its Potential for Historical Research

History of Knowledge at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association in Philadelphia

The History of Knowledge will be featured in several panels at the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association in Philadelphia from January 5-8, 2023. If you’ll be attending, please check out some of the sessions below. One of this blog’s editors, Mario Peters, is also presenting, so feel free to find him at … Continue reading History of Knowledge at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association in Philadelphia

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Women Composers’ Creative Conditions Before and During the Turkish Republic

4 January 2023 | Author: Nejla Melike AtalayMy book focuses on three Istanbulite composers, Leyla [Saz] Hanımefendi (1850?-1936), Nazife Aral-Güran (1921-1993), and Yüksel Koptagel (b. 1931), who lived and produced in consecutive and overlapping periods, from the Tanzimat Era of the Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic of the 1980s. It explores the composers’ productive and creative conditions through the socio-political environments of their times, their familial and educational backgrounds, and the social environments in which they lived and worked.

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