Tagged: DHI Rom

Episode 9: Genuesische Handelsnetzwerke der Frühen Neuzeit – Neue Perspektiven

Die neunte Episode unseres „Wissen entgrenzen“-Podcasts gibt Einblicke in eins der wenigen Projekte, die sich mit der Frühen Neuzeit befassen. Sie führt uns zu den Kaufleuten, die zwischen dem 15. und 16. Jahrhundert von der italienischen Halbinsel und der Stadt Genua aus Handelsnetzwerke nach Afrika und in die Neue Welt aufbauten.

Globalizing the Social Sciences – German-East Asian Entanglements in the 19th and 20th Century

In cooperation with the German Historical Institute Rome and the China Branch Office of Max Weber Stiftung, the German Institute for Japanese Studies in Tokyo takes the occasion of this year’s 160th anniversary of German-Japanese Friendship as an opportunity to reexamine the legacies and pitfalls left behind by the German Sozialwissenschaften in East Asia from historical and transnational perspectives.

DHI Rome/I Tatti Joint Fellowship

The German Historical Institute Rome has announced a fellowship together with I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies. It aims to promote research on Africa and cultural exchange with and within...

Objects Circulation, Material Culture, and the History of Enslaved People in and outside Africa

In 2016, I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, launched the ongoing project “Crossroads Africa.” Recognizing that the sub-Saharan African continent in particular has been anachronistically isolated from Renaissance studies, I...

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