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Tenth Workshop on Early Modern Germany

German Historical Institute, London, 26th october 2012

mercredi 7 mars 2012, par Antoine Roullet

General Aim

The first workshop ran in 2002 and has now established itself as the principal forum for cross-disciplinary discussion of new research on early modern German-speaking Central Europe. Previous themes have included artistic and literary representations, medicine and musicology, as well as political, social, economic and religious history. Contributions are also welcome from those wishing to range outside the period generally considered as ‘early modern’ and those engaged in comparative research on other parts of early modern Europe. The Workshop is sponsored by the German History Society, and the German Historical Institute London and participation is free, including lunch. However, participants will have to bear costs for travel and accommodation themselves.


The day will be organised as a series of themed workshops, each introduced by a panel chair and consisting of two to three short papers followed by discussion. The point of the papers is to present new findings or work-in-progress in summary form, rather than extended detailed discussion. Accordingly, participants are encouraged to :

• keep to 10-15 minutes

• highlight major findings or questions

• indicate how work might develop in the future

• provide a short outline (no more than 1 side of A4) in advance for distribution to participants

How to take part

If you are interested in presenting a paper, please send a short synopsis and a CV by 30 June 2012 to :

Dr David Lederer, Senior Lecturer
Department of History
National University of Ireland Maynooth
Co. Kildare
e-mail :

If you are interested in attending as a participant, please contact :

Dr Angela Schattner, Research Fellow
German Historical Institute
17 Bloomsbury Square
London, WC1A 2NJ
Email :

Website :

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