• Battles over Belief: Religion and Violence in Catholic Europe (1848–1914)
  • Sustainable Research Infrastructures for  Historical Research on Europe
  • Heritage of Mankind: The History of UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage
  • EGO | European History Online
  • Review Platform for European History
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  • ON SITE, IN TIME

    Historically, how were difference and inequality negotiated in Europe? What were the parts played by religion, society and politics? "On site, in time" takes a look at events that took place in European locations and that exemplify Europe¹s historical development since 1500. The c. 60 articles illustrate the various and conflict-ridden ways of negotiating differences and inequality. They depict strategies that were developed to promote, present, preserve, mitigate or abolish difference. Such strategies may include discussions, peaceful solutions and aid as well migration, mission and protest or even exclusion, war and destruction.
  • Call for Papers:

    Decolonization and the Politics of Wildlife in Africa
    September 26-30, 2017 (Deadline February, 28 2017)

    Call for Applications:

    Global Humanitarianism Research Academy
    10-21 July 2017 (Deadline December 31, 2016)

    Call for Papers:

    »Mysticism, Spirituality and Politics in an Age of Globality«
    23-24 January 2018 (Deadline September 30, 2017)

  • As many refugees continue to cross the Mediterranean and are becoming a visible phenomenon of our everyday lives, the margins of Europe are currently moving to the centre of public attention. It is precisely at these margins that the process of negotiating what Europe is occurs. The Leibniz Institute of European History researches such processes of negotiation from the historical perspective and will do so in greater depth with its focus topic for 2016/2017: “Europe from the Margins”.

  • Since 1950, more than 1100 academics from more than 50 countries have received support in the decisive phase of their academic development – as doctoral and postdoctoral researchers – in the form of the research scholarships and fellowships of the Leibniz Institute of European History. After rooms of residence were opened in the Institute in 1953, almost all fellows and scholarship holders lived and worked in the Domus Universitatis during their period of funding.

    To the Scholarship and Fellowship Programme

  • 30.11.2016
    DFG-Finanzierung für die Konferenz »Decolonization and the Politics of Wildlife in Africa«

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  • 23.11.2016
    Broschüre »500 Jahre Reformation - Aufbruch zur Moderne«

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  • 11.11.2016
    bpb-Dossier: Beitrag von Fabian Klose über Kolonialkrieg und koloniale Gewalt

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  • 28.10.2016
    New Publication: "Humanity" by Fabian Klose and Mirjam Thulin (ed.)

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  • 26.10.2016
    Monica Juneja »Über das Nachleben christlicher Ikonen auf Weltreise«

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  • 25.10.2016
    Irene Dingel im Gespräch mit Deutschlandradio Kultur

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  • 24.10.2016
    New Publication: "Humanity" by Fabian Klose and Mirjam Thulin (ed.)

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  • 18.10.2016
    New Publication: "Humanity" by Fabian Klose and Mirjam Thulin (ed.)

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  • 14.10.2016
    New Publication: "Humanity" by Fabian Klose and Mirjam Thulin (ed.)

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  • 13.10.2016
    Hochschulübergreifender Masterstudiengang »Digitale Methodik in den Geistes- und Kulturwissenschaften« gestartet

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