Each year re:work invites 10—15 researchers from different academic disciplines and nationalities and offers them a forum for the discussion of central questions and thereby promotes exchange between established and young academics. re:work organises workshops, international conferences and summer schools and fellows are given the opportunity to discuss their research with various institutions in Berlin.
Please find a selection of publications by our fellows here.
Journal of Modern European History (JMEH)
Resistance and Collaboration transnational 1936 - 1945, Vol. 16│2018/2
Final Conference Fellow Year 2017/18
4th- 5th July 2018, re:work, Georgenstr. 23, 10117 Berlin
„Exile and Emigration in an Age of War and Revolution (ca. 1750-1830“
Linda Colley (Princeton University) & Jan C. Jansen (German Historical Institute, Washington, DC)
June 22nd - 23rd, re:work, Georgenstr. 23, 10117 Berlin
June 28, 2018, 4 p.m., WZB Berlin Social Science Center
Please R.S.V.P. until June 26, 2018: email@example.com
Call for Papers
Global Network Conference: Colonial Cities in Global Perspective
Saint-Louis, Senegal, December 10 – 12, 2018
You can find further information here.
Deadline: August 1, 2018
The study Fruta fresca, cuerpos marchitos. Trabajadores agrícolas migrantes en Estados Unidos (Editorial Abya-Yala, 2016) [Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies, 2013] by Seth M. Holmes (2015/16) will receive a Premio Iberoamericano Book Award Mención Honorable in May 2018. Congratulations!
Sven Beckert received for his study Empire of Cotton. A Global History (Alfred A. Knopf) the prestigious Premio Internazionale Cherasco Storia 2017 (The International Cherasco History Prize). Congratulations!