Institutions and Organizations in North Carolina

American Association of Teachers of German – North Carolina Chapter

North Carolina German Studies Consortium

 

Institutions and Organizations in the United States

Conference Group for Central European History
Purpose: To express a common professional interest in central European history, to encourage scholarship and interest therein, to represent such scholarly interest in relation to other organizations and to further collaboration with scholars and institutions abroad having similar interests.

Frühe Neuzeit Interdisziplinär is a conference group dedicated to promoting interdisciplinary work on the culture, politics, and society of German-speaking Central Europe during the early modern period. The group sponsors a triennial conference organized around a theme intended to explore and integrate current research interests in the disciplines of literature, history, the history of science and medicine, music, art history, and historical theology and the history of religion.

German Historical Institute, Washington D.C.  is an internationally recognized center for advanced study. It serves as a transatlantic bridge connecting American and European scholars and seeks to make their research accessible to decision-makers in the public and private sectors as well as to a general audience.It has been part of the Max Weber Stiftung: Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland since 2002. The current director is Prof. Simone Lässig.

The German Studies Association is the multi- and interdisciplinary association of scholars in German, Austrian, and Swiss history, literature, culture studies, political science, and economics.

 

Discussion Lists, News Services, and Portals

H-German is a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online.
H-German is a daily Internet discussion forum focused on scholarly topics in German history.

H-Soz-u-Kult ist ein moderiertes Informations- und Kommunikationsnetzwerk für professionell tätige Historikerinnen und Historiker. Seit 1996 hat sich H-Soz-u-Kult zu einem zentralen Angebot der historischen Fachinformation im deutschsprachigen Raum entwickelt, das im September 2006 von fast 13.500 angemeldeten Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmern an fast allen geschichts­wissenschaftlichen Einrichtungen Deutschlands, Österreichs und der Schweiz genutzt wurde.