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Drilling Down: Can Historians Operationalize Koselleck’s Stratigraphical Times?
(?The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015)
According to Reinhart Koselleck, in every moment a congeries of “temporal strata” are effectively co-present, but not necessarily coherent, hence the “simultaneity of the nonsimultaneous.” Contrast this with the notion of ...
Gender and Colonial Politics after the Versailles Treaty
Rasse und Kulter Frauenorganisationen in der deutschen Kolonialbewegung des Kaiserreichs
(Campus Verlag, 2003)
The Places of Colonialism in the Writing and Teaching of Modern German History
(Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1999)
(Duke University Press, 2001)
Review of Die Revolution der Frauen. Konstrukt, Sex, Wirklichkeit, by Michael Salewski
(Franz Steiner Verlag, 2009)
Elusive Neutrality: Christian Humanitarianism and the Question of Palestine, 1948-1967
(University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014)
This article examines the history of Protestant humanitarian interventions on behalf of Palestinian refugees between 1948 and 1967. Deeply concerned with Arab suffering, Protestant churches organized under the World Council ...