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Летние школы "Современные направления в исторической науке"

Преподаватели школы 2003 г.

Daniel Alexandrov

Daniel Alexandrovis Professor in the Department of History and Department of Political Sciences and Sociology, European University at St. Petersburg. He is teaching sociology of knowledge, history of sociology, history of historical sciences and other courses. His research is concerned with the history and sociology of knowledge.

His recent publications include:

"Russian Theoretical Biology Between Heresy and Orthodoxy," in A. Lustig, R. Richards and M. Ruse, eds. Darwinian Heresies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003 (in press)
"Sovietization of Russian Higher Education and the Emergence of Soviet Research System," in M. Heinemann, ed. Za zheleznym zanavesom: mify i realnosti sovetskoi nauki (SPb, Nauka, 2002): 152-165
"Fritz Ringer, German mandarins and Russian academics," Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 53 (2002): 90-104

 

Franz-Josef BrüggemeierProfessor Franz-Josef Brüggemeier graduated in history, social sciences and medicine. He teaches at the University of Freiburg and specialises in social, econonomic and environmental history of the 18th to 20th centuries. His main work has been on the history of the Ruhr region, housing, everyday life and - recently - the environment. In addition he has been responsible for several major historical exhibitions.

e-mail: F.J.Brueggemeier@geschichte.uni-freiburg.de
Homepage: http://www.geschichte.uni-freiburg.de/brueggemeier/index.html

His books include

Leben vor Ort. Ruhrbergleute und Ruhrbergbau, 1889 - 1919, München, 1983
Blauer Himmel über der Ruhr. Geschichte der Umwelt im Ruhrgebiet 1840 - 1990, Essen 1992 (zusammen mit Th. Rommelspacher)
Das unendliche Meer der Lüfte. Luftverschmutzung, Industrialisierung und Risikodebatten im 19. Jahrhundert, Essen 1996
Tschernobyl, 26. April 1986. Die ökologische Herausforderung, München 1998
Die Welt im Jahr 1000, Freiburg 2000 (hg. zusammen mit W. Schenkluhn)

His exhibitions include

Feuer und Flamme. 200 Jahre Ruhrgebiet (Gasometer Oberhausen 1994/1995)
mittendrin. Sachsen-Anhalt in der Geschichte (Kraftwerk Vockerode 1998)
Der Ball ist rund. Die Fußballausstellung (Gasometer Oberhausen 2000)


Ute DanielUte Daniel is professor for early modern and modern history at the Technical University Braunschweig. Her research topics are social and cultural history (18th to 20th century) and theory and methodology of history. Currently she is doing research on the history of war correspondence and on the theoretical basis of a history of experiences.

Main publications:

Arbeiterfrauen in der Kriegsgesellschaft 1914-1918: Beruf, Familie und Politik im Ersten Weltkrieg (Kritische Studien zur Geschichtswissenschaft 84). Göttingen 1989 (english translation: "The War from Within. German Working Class Women in the First World War". Oxford 1997)
Propaganda. Meinungskampf, Verführung und politische Sinnstiftung 1789-1989. Frankfurt/M. 1994 (edited together with Wolfram Siemann)
Hoftheater. Zur Geschichte des Theaters und der Höfe im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert. Stuttgart 1995
Das 19. Jahrhundert: 1800 bis 1914 (=Lebenswelten. Quellen zur Geschichte der Menschen in ihrer Zeit, Bd.3). Stuttgart 2001
Kompendium Kulturgeschichte. Theorien, Praxis, Schlüsselwörter. Frankfurt/M. 2001 (3. verb. Aufl. 2002)

e-mail: u.daniel@tu-bs.de


Oksana GavrishinaOksana Gavrishina, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor in the Department of History and Theory of Culture at Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow), Assistant Professor at the Institute for European Cultures.

Courses taught: cultural history: introduction, new cultural history of the 19th c., history of everyday life, popular and mass culture in the 20th c.

Research interests: theories of modernity in cultural history, history of everyday life, cultural history of photography, contemporary historiography.

Recent publication:

 Danto A. Analytical Philosophy of History (transl. into Russian, Ch.7, 8, 11.), (M., Idea-press, 2002): 110-175, 221-242.
"Experience of the Past": an idea of "unique" in contemporary historical theory, in Casus 2002. Individual'noe i unikal'noe v istorii, Vyp.4 (M., OGI, 2002).

e-mail: oksana@rsuh.ru


Michael HagnerMichael Hagner is senior fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin. He has been visiting professor at the universities of Salzburg, Tel Aviv, Frankfurt a. M. and has been fellow at the Collegium Helveticum in Zürich. His current research project is on the history of brains of geniuses in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

e-mail: hagner@mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de
homepage: http://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/staff/hagner

His books include

Die Experimentalisierung des Lebens. Experimentalsyststeme in den biologischen Wissenschaften 1850/1950, (co-edited with H.-J. Rheinberger), Berlin 1993.
Der falsche Körper. Beiträge zu einer Geschichte der Monstrositäten, (ed.), Göttingen 1995.
Homo cerebralis. Der Wandel vom Seelenorgan zum Gehirn, Berlin 1997.
Ecce cortex. Beiträge zur Geschichte des modernen Gehirns, (ed.), Göttingen 1999.
Ansichten der Wissenschaftsgeschichte, (ed.), Frankfurt a. M. 2001.
Mindful practices. The Neurosciences in the Twentieth Century, (co-edited with C. Borck), issue of Science in context, 2001.


Mikhail KromMikhail Krom - Associate Professor, Dean, Dept. of History, European University at St. Petersburg
European Academy Prize Winner (1999), research fellowships from Warsaw University (1994) and Max-Planck-Institute fuer Geschichte (2002, 2003).
Courses taught in 2002/2003 academic year: Historical Anthropology; Russian Medieval sources: the Problem of Interpretation; Historiography of medieval and early modern Russia.
Scholarly interests: history of medieval and early modern Russia and Grand Duchy of Lithuania, new directions in historical writing (historical anthropology, microhistory, etc.), "new political history".

Selected publications:
Books:

Istoricheskaya antropologiya [Historical Anthropology] (St.Petersburg: Dmitry Bulanin Publishing House, 2000)
Mezh Rus’iu i Litvoi: Zapadnorusskie zemli v sisteme russko-litovskikh otnoshenii kontsa 15 - pervoi treti 16 vv. (Moscow: Archeographic center, 1995).

Three chapters of this book are also available in English as "Between Rus’ and Lithuania: The West Russian Lands in the System of Russo-Lithuanian Relations at the End of the Fifteenth and in the First Third of the Sixteenth Centuries" in Russian Studies in History, vol. 40, no. 4 (Spring 2002), pp. 9 - 93.

Articles:

Christian Tradition and the Birth of the Concept of Patriotism in Russia, in: N. A. Pecherskaya (ed), The Emancipation of Russian Christianity. Lewiston - Queenston - Lampeter, 1995 (Toronto Studies in Theology, vol. 33), pp. 17 - 37.
Die Konstituierung der Szlachta als Stand und das Problem staatlicher Einheit im Grossfuerstentum Litauen (15./16. Jahrhundert), in: Jahrbuecher fuer Geschichte Osteuropas. Bd. 42 (1994). Hf. 4. S. 481 - 492.

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Jürgen SchlumbohmProfessor Jürgen Schlumbohm does research at Max-Planck-Institute for History, Göttingen, and teaches at Oldenburg University, Germany. He specializes in the social and cultural history of the17th to 19th centuries. He has worked extensively on life courses, families and kinship. Currently he is mainly interested in the history of childbirth and the transformation of midwifery into a branch of medical science, dominated by males. - He was a visiting professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, at the University of Paris-I and at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris. He taught at the autumn schools on "New methods in history" at Moscow State University 1994-1996.

e-mail: schlumbohm@mpi-g.gwdg.de
homepage:  (Max-Planck-Institut für Geschichte): http://www.geschichte.mpg.de/

His books include:

Industrialisierung vor der Industrialisierung (with Peter Kriedte and Hans Medick). Göttingen 1977; translated into English, Italian and Spanish;
Kinderstuben: Wie Kinder zu Bauern, Bürgern, Aristokraten wurden, 1700 - 1850, München 1983;
Lebensläufe, Familien, Höfe: Die Bauern und Heuerleute des Osnabrückischen Kirchspiels Belm in proto-industrieller Zeit, 1650 - 1860, Göttingen 1994; 2nd ed. 1997.
Mikrogeschichte - Makrogeschichte: komplementär oder inkommensurabel? Göttingen 1998;
Geschichte des Ungeborenen: Zur Erfahrungs- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte der Schwangerschaft 17. - 20. Jahrhundert, (co-edited with Barbara Duden and Patrice Veit) Göttingen 2002.


Jakob TannerJakob Tanner is full professor at the "Forschungsstelle für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte" (Research Institute for Social- and Economic History) at Zurich University. 1986, he published his Dissertation "Bundeshaushalt, Währung und Kriegswirtschaft. Eine finanzsoziologische Analyse der Schweiz 1938-1953" (dealing with Public Finance, Monetary System and War Economy in Switzerland). After research stays in Paris and London, he was in 1996/97 Guestprofessor at Bielefeld University. 1996 he was also appointed as a member of the "Independent Commission of Experts Switzerland-Second World War" (1996-2001). 2001/02 he was Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Berlin. His main domains of interest besides contemporary history of Switzerland are Social and Economic History of Europe, Science and Technology Studies, Body history, Social history of nutrition and medicine.

e-mail: jtanner@hist.unizh.ch 
homepage: http://www.fsw.unizh.ch/ 

His publications include:

Fabrikmahlzeit. Ernährungswissenschaft. Industriearbeit und Volksernährung in der Schweiz 1890-1950 , Zürich 1999.
Bundeshaushalt, Währung und Kriegswirtschaft. Eine finanzsoziologische Analyse der Schweiz zwischen 1938-1953, Zürich 1986.
Ed. with Harold James, Enterprise in the Period of Fascism in Europe, Aldershot 2002.
Ed. with Sigrid Weigel, Gedächtnis, Geld und Gesetz. Vom Umgang mit der Vergangenheit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, Zürich 2002.
Co-author of: Independent Commission of Experts Switzerland-Second World War (Ed.), Switzerland, National Socialism and the Second World War. Final Report, Zurich 2002.
Switzerland’s International Financial Relations, 1931-50, in: Georg Kreis (Hg.), Switzerland and the Second World War, London 2000, S. 42-68.)
Food, Fibres and Health. In: Alexander Fenton (Hg.), Order and Disorder. The Health Implications of Eating and Drinking in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. East Linton 2000, S. 240-252.
The Rationing System, Food Policy, and Nutritional Science During the Second World War. A Comparative View of Switzerland, in: Carola Lentz (Hg.), Changing Food Habits. Case Studies from Africa, South America and Europe, Australia usw. 1999, S. 221-242.
The meal in the factory. Food-related facilities in the industrial production in Switzerland (1880-1950), in: Schärer Martin, Fenton Alexander (Hg.), Food and Material Culture. Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium of the International Commission for Research into European Food History, East Linton, Scotland 1998, S. 187-202.
The Swiss pharmaceutical industry. The impact of industrial property rights an trust in the laboratory, 1907-1939, in: A.S. Travis et al. (eds.), Determinants in the Evolution of the European Chemical Industry, 1900-1939. Netherlands 1998, S. 257-271.
 

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