The German Historical Institute Washington (Simone Lässig) organized, in collaboration with the Central European History Society (Karen Hagemann), a four-panel series with the title “Crossing Boundaries: Rewriting Nineteenth-Century Central European History” for the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association in Washington DC from January 4th-7th, 2018. The panel series aimed at exploring the current state and the future of the historiography on nineteenth-century Central European history in an age of transdisciplinary, transnational, and global research.
Her paper with the title “Entangling Jews and Germans: The Early 19th Century Revisited” focused on early nineteenth-century Jewish history and its role as an analytical lens for and as an integral part of Central European History. The paper concluded with three central dimensions of the “Jewish Sattelzeit” that could be of interest to historians for future research.
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Andreas Fuchs (2018, January 26). “Entangling Jews and Germans: The Early 19th Century Revisited” – Paper and Panel Series at the 132nd AHA Annual Meeting 2018. Innovation through Tradition? Retrieved February 25, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/qkmy