Seminar given by Mischa Honeck (German Historical Institute in Washington, DC) In cooperation with the Duke-UNC “Gender, War and Culture” Series and the Research Triangle Seminar Series on the History of Military, War and Society
Event Category: NC German Studies
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In cooperation with the Research Triangle Seminar Series on the History of Military, War and Society
Seminar given by John Wheatley White (UNC-Chapel Hill & Duke University)
Between 1969 and 1973, the § 175 of the West German Criminal Code, which penalized male homosexuality, was liberalized. This reform was greatly influenced by political considerations about how it would affect the West German armed forces—the Bundeswehr. Jurists, politicians … Read more
"World War I Centenary Project: The Causes of World War I" with Christopher Clark (Cambridge University) The North Carolina German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series intends on opening academic dialogues in order to raise awareness of the importance of Germany for the … Read more
James Chappel of Duke University: "Catholic Political Economy and the Origins of Christian Democracy" The North Carolina German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series intends on opening academic dialogues in order to raise awareness of the importance of Germany for the cultural … Read more
Join CES and NC German Studies on zoom for a seminar on Motherhood in the GDR between Socialism and Opposition with Yanara Schmacks. Yanara Schmacks is a PhD candidate in Modern European History at the CUNY Graduate Center in … Read more
Join CES and NC German Studies on zoom for a lecture on Gender, Diversity, and the German Academic System with Roundtable Participants Muriel Gonzalez Athenas, Sebastian Kubon, Mary Lindemann, and Sylvia Paletschek.
This event is co-sponsored by NC German Studies! Join us on zoom for a seminar on New Approaches to an Integrated History of the Holocaust with Paul Jaskot, a professor in the department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies … Read more
Join CES and NC German Studies on zoom for a seminar on motherhood in the GDR. Featured speakers include: Moderator: Karen Hagemann | James G. Kenan Distinguished Professor of History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of History … Read more