A number of individual publications, particularly those included in Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht´s scientific series, deal with the Modern Era. Examples are the publication series of the Historical Commission of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and the Kritische Studien zur Geschichtswissenschaft. But also the publications of the Institute for European History in Mainz, the series Religiöse Kulturen im Europa der Neuzeit as well as the publications of the FRIAS School of History are dedicated to both German and European history of the 16th to 19th centuries.
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The study investigates social and political practices of the working-class movement in Leipzig and Lyon. It contributes to our understanding of the defeat of the German working-class movement fighting the Nazis and the rise of the Popular Front in France.More information
For the first time in German Simon Dubnow relates the history of the Jewish people from its beginnings through the 1930s.More information
This book provides a new portrait of the Jewish bourgeoisie in the early part of the 19th century. It looks at the loyalties and lifestyles of the Jewish bourgeoisie in Prague between 1800 and 1867.More information
Power politics on the high seas – how Great Britain secured its worldwide position of power in the 19th century.More information
David Kaufmann´s »News Service« serves as an example of Jewish scholarly networks during the 19th century.More information