16.02.2022 - 18.02.2022 Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg

The conference takes as its point of departure an examination of US-American reeducation policies in Germany and Japan after World War II from a comparative and transnational perspective yet broadens the focus beyond this specific geographical constellation and beyond the period of the immediate postwar to problematize and discuss the concept of “reeducation” in a broader sense.

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Rev. by Stefan Albrecht, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum. Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Archäologie / Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, Historisches Seminar

Es gibt bislang nicht viele ernstzunehmende Darstellungen der Luftverkehrsgeschichte, die über eine Erzählung der Hauptereignisse und technischen Errungenschaften hinausgehen. Die wenigen, die es gibt, befassen sich im Wesentlichen mit der Luftfahrt der großen westlichen Luftverkehrsnationen (USA, Frankreich, Großbritannien, Deutschland, Niederlande).

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Falling Statues around the Atlantic
Ed. by Ulrike Schmieder and Michael Zeuske

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By Alena N. Petrushkevich


The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) was established with the signing of an agreement between five countries – Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia – in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) on 29 May 2014. The agreement came into force at the beginning of 2015.

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Conference Reports
26.10.2021 - 26.10.2021 Association for the Modern History (UHMIS), Sarajevo; Association for Promoting the Culture of History Kliofest, Zagreb; Humboldt University of Berlin; cofounded by the European Union programme "Europe for Citizens"; and supported by the KROKODIL association, Belgrade
By Lucija Bakšić, Graduate School Global Intellectual History, Humboldt-Universität Berlin

This event was organized as part of the larger project called “Histoire pour la liberté” (History for the freedom), which aims to enable fruitful and tolerant discussions between scholars about the culture of remembrance in order to emphasize different narratives about the European past.[1] Furthermore, within this project three round-table discussions have already been organized – in Zagreb (Kliofest), Sarajevo (History Fest), and Belgrade (KROKODIL, at the conference “Historians for Peace”) – discussing such problems as historical revisionism, as well as the position and purpose of historiography in post-Yugoslav societies and Germany.

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