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Research

Digital Humanities

  • OstData – Forschungsdatendienst für die Ost-, Ostmittel- und Südosteuropaforschung
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  • Digital research infrastructure
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  • Korrespondierende Wissenschaft: Die Historiker der „Gesellschaft zur Förderung deutscher Wissenschaft, Kunst und Literatur in Böhmen“ 1891 1945
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  • Masaryk in the German context: Correspondence and digital networks
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Cultural memory

  • CC Oral History
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  • The transformation of the memory of forced migration during World War II in local contexts. Places, themes and agents in socialist industrial cities after 1989
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  • Musealization of Memory. The Second World War and Nazi-occupation in Museums, Memorial Sites, and Monuments in Eastern Europe (Project period: October 2008–September 2012)
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  • Discourses of Victim Associations: Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia in Comparative Perspective (Project period:October 2007–September 2011)
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Migration history

  • The evacuation of Germans from Slovakia, 1944/45. A population caught between Slovak National Uprising and the final agonies of National Socialist ethnic and resettlement policies
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  • Contact linguistic investigation of the linguistic acculturation of expellees in Mecklenburg
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  • The Outlook and Political Participation of Expelled Women in the Early Bundesrepublik (Project period: April 2011–December 2013)
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  • Transnational Mediators of Knowledge (Project Period: September 2009–January 2013)
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Concepts of social order and their practical implementation

  • The Emperor’s Desk. A location for political decision-making within the Habsburg Monarchy?” Franz Joseph I and his Imperial Cabinet
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  • The criminality of Others. Ethnically based attribution of criminality in the Eastern provinces of Prussia and the Bohemian Lands (1871 to 1914)
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  • Ordering Diversity. Concepts of Federalism in the Habsburg Monarchy and its Successor States
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  • Edvard Beneš and the National Minorities in Czechoslovakia between the Paris Peace Conference and the Munich Agreement (Project period: January 2010–December 2012)
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  • State, Companies, and Workers in State-Controlled Economies. Industry in Bohemia-Moravia under National Socialism and in a People’s Democracy (1938–1950) (completed)
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  • Political and Cultural Loyalties in Modern East Central Europe (completed)
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  • „Vigilanzkulturen: Transformationen – Räume – Techniken
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History of religion

  • Zwischen Prag und Nikolsburg. Jüdisches Leben in den böhmischen Ländern
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  • Handbook of the religious and church history of Slovakia during the 20th century
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  • International Research Group: Religious Cultures in Europe in the 19th and 20th Century
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  • Religions- und Kirchengeschichte der böhmischen Länder und Tschechiens im 20. Jahrhundert (gemeinsam mit der Ackermann-Gemeinde München; gefördert vom Versöhnungsfonds bei Renovabis; Juli 2004–März 2009)
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Language and Literature

  • The making of a mother tongue: Occitan, Yiddish and Belarusian in the context of regionalist enthusiasm, philological discourse and national agitation
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  • Sprachwandel in den Zuwanderungsgebieten von Flucht und Vertreibung
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Environmental and infrastructure history

  • Developing the Carpathians. State Structural Policies, Usage Conflicts, and Environmental Change in a Mountainous Region under State Socialism 1945–1989
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Cooperative projects

  • Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies
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  • International Research Group: Religious Cultures in Europe in the 19th and 20th Century
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Further projects

  • Completed Projects of the Institute
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News

Neuer Gaststipendiat und „Werkstattgespräch online“

Das Collegium Carolinum freut sich, einen neuen Gaststipendiaten begrüßen zu dürfen: den Kunsthistoriker Dr. Fabian Jonietz vom Kunsthistorischen Institut in Florenz. More...


CC digital

Mit diesem etwas ausführlicheren Newsletter möchten wir Sie auf existierende und in der Entwicklung befindliche digitale Angebote des CC hinweisen. More...


Öffnung der Wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek

Nach der kompletten Schließung der Wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek wird nun eine eingeschränkte Benutzung wieder möglich: Ab Montag, 11. Mai 2020 steht Ihnen das Bibliotheksteam Mo-Fr täglich von 10:00 bis 14:00 Uhr zur Verfügung. More...


Call for Papers

International Workshop: Shaping the 'Socialist Self'? The Role of Psy-Sciences in Communist States of the Eastern Bloc (1948–1989)More...


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