CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: Central European History Society Hans Rosenberg Book Prize, Deadline Extended

The Central European History Society (CEHS) is extending the deadline for nominations for the Hans Rosenberg Book Prize. This annual prize honors the best book in central European history published in English by permanent residents of North America.

CFP (Conference): CEHS Panels at 2021 AHA, 7-10 January 2021, Seattle (Deadline 8 June 2020)

As an affiliate society of the American Historical Association (AHA), the Central European History Society (CEHS) sponsors a variety of panels on German, Habsburg, and Central European History at the AHA’s Annual Meeting (in Seattle, 7-10 January 2021).  

ANN: Jonathan Wiesen's "American Lynching in the Nazi Imagination” Wins the CEHS Hans Rosenberg Article Prize.

Central European History Society (CEHS) has awarded the semi-annual Hans Rosenberg Prize for the best article in central European history published in English by a permanent resident of North America to Jonathan Wiesen’s "American Lynching in the Nazi Imagination: Race and Extra-Legal Violence in 1930s Germany," published in German History 36 (2017).

 

ANN: Molly Loberg’s Struggle for the Streets of Berlin Wins the CEHS Hans Rosenberg Book Prize.

Central European History Society (CEHS) has awarded the annual Hans Rosenberg Prize for the best book in central European history published in English by a permanent resident of North America to Molly Loberg’s The Struggle for the Streets of Berlin: Politics, Consumption, and Urban Space, 1914-1945 (Cambridge, 2018).

 

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