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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

Visiting PACSCL – Part Two: How to Organize a Consortium

By Tim Feindt In part one of my series on PACSCL I visited the Joseph P. Horner Memorial Library in Philadelphia and talked to Bettina Hess from the German Society of Pennsylvania about challenges and chances, trying to fathom the perspective of a small member of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries (PACSCL). To complete the picture, I also wanted to capture  an overarching  perspective that can provide insights in the overall structure of the PACSCL network. I met Beth Lander, who … Continue reading Visiting PACSCL – Part Two: How to Organize a Consortium

Dr. Baidik Bhattacharya 

Translation without original, sovereignty without exception: Animal fables and the transformation of politics in colonial India 01 September 2022 to 28 February 2023 Research Description:  This project tracks a remarkable text and its multilingual…

Online access to historical German TV programs: Reflections on the research potential of unique audiovisual sources

By Christoph Eisele Editorial note: Christoph Eisele is in the final phase of completing his master’s degree in history (focusing on modern history) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, where he also received his bachelor’s degree in history in 2020. His master’s thesis focuses on transnational and global connections between the film industry in Hollywood and Munich since the 1960s. From August to November 2022, he held an internship at the GHI in Washington, DC. He wrote this article to mark World Audiovisual Heritage Day … Continue reading Online access to historical German TV programs: Reflections on the research potential of unique audiovisual sources

Zugang zu historischen TV Beiträgen durch das Deutsche Rundfunkarchiv: Reflektionen zum Forschungspotential

Von Christoph Eisele Editorische Notiz: Christoph Eisele steht kurz vor dem Abschluss seines Masterstudiums in Neuerer Geschichte an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, wo er 2020 auch seinen Bachelor in Geschichte gemacht hat.  In seiner bereits abgeschlossenen Masterarbeit beschäftigt er sich mit den transnationalen und globalen Verbindungen zwischen der Filmindustrie in Hollywood, Kalifornien und München seit den 1960er Jahren. Von August bis November 2022 absolviert er ein Praktikum am GHI in Washington, DC. Diesen Beitrag hat er  zum Anlass des World Audiovisual Heritage Days am 27. … Continue reading Zugang zu historischen TV Beiträgen durch das Deutsche Rundfunkarchiv: Reflektionen zum Forschungspotential

Historical Newspapers. The Zeit.Punkt NRW-Portal

By Linda Rath Editorial note: Linda Rath graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history from the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf in 2022. Her interests include the history of medicine and epidemics in the early 20th century and the socio-political aspects of power and power structures in the European Middle Ages. She completed her internship at the GHI Washington, DC, in the fall of 2022. Working with historical source materials is the bread and butter of any historian. When I started studying history at the university, however, … Continue reading Historical Newspapers. The Zeit.Punkt NRW-Portal

Visiting PACSCL – Part 1: Facing Digital Transformations Together

By Tim Feind Editorial note: Tim Feind completed his bachelor studies in Leipzig and is in the final phase of his  master studies in History at the University of Vienna in Austria. His main interests are in social and economic history, women and gender history since the 18th century, and theories and structures of punishment in historical perspective. Active in student government, he is also interested in political questions related to the working conditions in the academic field. He completed an internship at the … Continue reading Visiting PACSCL – Part 1: Facing Digital Transformations Together

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