• Nachhaltige Forschungsinfrastrukturen in der historischen Europaforschung
  • Interaktives Lernprogramm
  • Glaubenskämpfe: Religion und Gewalt im katholischen Europa (1848–1914)
  • Die Geschichte des Weltkultur- und Naturerbes der UNESCO
  • EGO | Europäische Geschichte Online
  • Europäische Friedensverträge der Vormoderne online
  • Interaktives Lernprogramm
  • Server für digitale historische Karten am Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte
  • Rezensionsplattform für die europäische Geschichtswissenschaft
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Veranstaltungen

10.07.2017 - 21.07.2017

International Research Academy on the History of Global Humanitarianism
The international GLOBAL HUMANITARIANISM | RESEARCH ACADEMY (GHRA) offers research training to advanced PhD candidates and early postdocs. Leibniz-Institute of European History & Archives of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva

The international GLOBAL HUMANITARIANISM | RESEARCH ACADEMY (GHRA) offers research training to advanced PhD candidates and early postdocs. It combines academic sessions at the Leibniz Institute of European History in Mainz and the Imperial and Global History Centre at the University of Exeter with archival sessions at the Archives of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva. The Research Academy addresses early career researchers who are working in the related fields of humanitarianism, international humanitarian law, peace and conflict studies as well as human rights covering the period from the 18th to the 20th century. It supports scholarship on the ideas and practices of humanitarianism in the context of international, imperial and global history thus advancing our understanding of global governance in humanitarian crises of the present. Academy Leaders: Fabian Klose (Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz) Johannes Paulmann (Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz) Andrew Thompson (University of Exeter) in co-operation with the International Committee of the Red Cross (Geneva) and with support by the German Historical Institute London.