H-Travel is a network for the academic discussion of the history of travel, transport, and tourism. It welcomes professionals in the field of history and also those in other fields, as well as non-professionals, interested in its subject. The focus is on the history of travel, transport, and tourism from the earliest beginnings through the present and future, throughout the world and beyond. The languages of communication for the list are English, French, German, and Spanish.

Recent Content

CfP: Histories of Scottish Sport, Leisure and Tourism. 29 October 2014, Highland Archive Centre, Inverness.

(apologies for cross-posting)

The British Society of Sports History (BSSH), Scottish Network, is pleased to invite you to ‘Histories of Scottish Sport, Leisure and Tourism’, a one-day symposium in at the Highland Archive Centre, Inverness, in partnership with the University of the Highlands and Islands.

The series seeks to highlight new work in the field of the history of sport, leisure and tourism – broadly defined. Papers from emerging scholars, community historians, as well as museum and heritage practitioners, would be particularly welcome.

Weißmann on Schmale: Mein Europa: Reisetagebücher eines Historikers

[Courtesy of H-Soz-u-Kult]

http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=41423

Wolfgang Schmale. Mein Europa: Reisetagebücher eines Historikers. Wien: Böhlau Verlag Wien, 2013. 278 S. ISBN 978-3-205-79474-5.

Reviewed by Thomas Weißmann

Published on H-Soz-u-Kult (March, 2014)

W. Schmale: Mein Europa

Author: 
Dieter Hoffmann
Reviewer: 
Adam T. Rosenbaum

Rosenbaum on Hoffmann, 'Einstein's Berlin: In the Footsteps of a Genius'

Dieter Hoffmann. Einstein's Berlin: In the Footsteps of a Genius. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. xiii + 175 pp. $45.00 (paper), ISBN 978-1-4214-1040-1.

Reviewed by Adam T. Rosenbaum (Colorado Mesa University, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences) Published on H-Travel (April, 2014) Commissioned by Guillaume P. De Syon

A Genius in the German Metropolis

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