New German Historical Perspectives
Paul Betts (Executive Editor), St. Antony's College, University of Oxford
Established in 1987 this special St. Antony’s series on New German Historical Perspectives showcases pioneering new work by leading German historians on a range of topics concerning the history of modern Germany and Europe. Publications address pressing problems of political, economic, social, and intellectual history informed by contemporary debates about German and European identity, providing fresh conceptual, international, and transnational interpretations of the recent past.
For more information on Berghahn's manuscript submission procedure, please look at the Info for Authors section on this web site. Any queries about the series can be directed to the Executive Editor, and queries about the formal submission procedure should be sent to Berghahn. Submissions should be sent to the Executive Editor. Authors can expect to hear directly from Berghahn Books about their proposed manuscript.
Space and Spatiality in Modern German-Jewish History
Edited by Simone Lässig and Miriam Rürup
Poverty and Welfare in Modern German History
Edited by Lutz Raphael
A Neglected Story of Europeanization
Edited by Dieter Gosewinkel
A Revolution of Perception?
Consequences and Echoes of 1968
Edited by Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey
Popular Historiographies in the 19th and 20th Centuries
Cultural Meanings, Social Practices
Edited by Sylvia Paletschek
Work in a Modern Society
The German Historical Experience in Comparative Perspective
Edited by Jürgen Kocka
Crises in European Integration
Challenges and Responses, 1945-2005
Edited by Ludger Kühnhardt
Historical Concepts Between Eastern and Western Europe
Edited by Manfred Hildermeier