|27 October||DR PETER LONGERICH
Nazi Anti-Jewish Policy and the Decision concerning the 'Final Solution'.
Peter Longerich is Reader in German at Royal Holloway College. He has published widely on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, and his most recent book is Politik der Vernichtung (1998).
|24 November||DR MARTIN SABROW
Parteiliche Wissenschaft. An Analysis of 'Socialist Historiography' in the GDR.
Martin Sabrow is a departmental director at the Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung in Potsdam and heads a research project on 'History as a Ruling Discourse in the GDR'. Amongst his publications is Der Rathenaumord (1994).
|8 December||PROFESSOR HEINZ
Élite Formation and Capital Building. The High Society of Imperial Berlin 1871 to 1918.
Heinz Reif is Professor of History at the Technical University of Berlin. His works include Die verspätete Stadt. Industrialisierung, städtischer Raum und Politik in Oberhausen 1846-1929 (1992) and Ostelbische Agrargesellschaft im Kaiserreich und in der Weimarer Republik (ed., 1994).
|15 December||PROFESSOR JAMES
Speculations on the Origins of European States.
James Campbell is Professor of Medieval History and a Fellow of Worcester College. His publications include The Anglo-Saxons (ed., 1991) and he is currently working on the publication of his 1996 Ford Lectures on the origins of the English state.
Last Update: 12.01.2000 CS