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A PODCAST ABOUT HISTORY IN THE MAKING

The Southeast Passage Andreas Guidi

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A PODCAST ABOUT HISTORY IN THE MAKING

    #034 – Being a Musician in Germany, 1850-1960

    #034 – Being a Musician in Germany, 1850-1960

    with Martin Rempe A military band from Germany, 1913 (Wikimedia Commons) A few countries can boast a musical heritage comparable to Germany’s. Yet, this tradition was made possible by rank-and-file musicians, whose position in society was far from stable and acknowledged. In this episode, we discuss a history of music in Germany “from below”. Applying…

    • 47 Min.
    #033 – How the Ottomans shaped the Modern World

    #033 – How the Ottomans shaped the Modern World

    with Alan Mikhail Sultan Selim I and Piri Reis’s world map (1513) – collage based on Wikimedia commons   The Ottoman Empire was a key force in the making of the early modern world. Growing from a regional to a global player and to the most powerful Muslim empire at the turn of the 16th…

    • 1 Std.
    #032 – The Mediterranean viewed from the Southern Shore

    #032 – The Mediterranean viewed from the Southern Shore

    with Jasmin Daam, Esther Möller, Cyrus Schayegh, and Selim Deringil a joint release with Ottoman History Podcast Swimming at the Corniche of Beirut, in the background: the Hôtel Saint-Georges, 1930s. © Fonds photographique René Zuber. Modern Mediterranean history and Middle Eastern history rarely dialogue with each other. Whereas European ideas and practices of and in…

    • 34 Min.
    #031 – History and memory of the Holocaust in Thessaloniki

    #031 – History and memory of the Holocaust in Thessaloniki

    with Leon Saltiel Transport of Jews from the Ghetto in the Eastern part of Thessaloniki to the Baron Hirsch transit camp, via Egnatia street, April 9, 1943. The Jews can be seen in between two columns of onlookers who were watching the scene. The photo was taken from a balcony, where one can also see…

    • 39 Min.
    #030 – Archives and Temporality in the 19th century

    #030 – Archives and Temporality in the 19th century

    with Sina Steglich J. W. M. Turner, Rain, steam, and speed (1844, Wikimedia Commons) In the 19th century, technological innovations brought about new conceptions of time. The idea of modernity redefined the contemporaries’ relationship with the past. State institutions began a systematic reorganization of their archives, which started to function as the main repository of…

    • 35 Min.
    #029 – A Transnational History of Kemalism

    #029 – A Transnational History of Kemalism

    with Nathalie Clayer, Fabio Giomi, and Emmanuel Szurek   SPECIAL EPISODE IN COOPERATION WITH “OTTOMAN HISTORY PODCAST” 

    • 42 Min.

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