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International Practice Workshop: Interpersonal Relations in Court Societies. Theory and Methodology in Practice

dhiparis (9 sept. 2016)

This workshop was held on the 22 March 2016 at the German Historical Institute Paris. The workshop seeked to support the production of empirically well-grounded studies, which apply theoretical and methodological approaches in a creative manner. This practice workshop of the GHI’s research group ...

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Research Databases and Internet Platforms

Maritz, Regine (27 août 2015)

by Jonas Bechtold The importance of scientific databases and online platforms for historical scholarship is evident. The methodical and geographical diversity of early modern court historiography creates a particular demand for the linking of research projects. In view of this, the present post aims ...

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Must-Read (II): „Residenzenforschung“ – An Overview of the Publication Series of the German Commission for Research into Courtly Residences

Maritz, Regine (20 nov. 2015)

by Fritz R. Viertel In 1990, the Residenzen-Kommission (Commission for research into courtly residences) of the Göttingen Academy of Sciences published their first edited volume of a series, entitled Residenzenforschung, containing a variety of lectures and abstracts that dealt with recent ...

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Only a few days left. Call for Papers: International workshop at the GHI Paris

Firges, Pascal (20 janv. 2016)

Workshop “Interpersonal Relations in Court Societies: Theory and Methodology in Practice” Application deadline: 24 January 2016 On 22 March 2016 the one-day workshop “Interpersonal Relations in Court Societies: Theory and Methodology in Practice”, organised by our research group “Practices ...

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Workshop: Power Relations in Court Societies (Part 2)

Maritz, Regine (27 mars 2015)

 During the first half of the day, the presentations in the workshop centred on gender problematics and global approaches; the speakers of the second part of the workshop then zoomed in closely on interpersonal relationships and analysed specific cases. Alliances of international importance were ...

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The Ties that Bind

Maritz, Regine (24 févr. 2015)

This is the official blog of the research group ‘Practices of Power and Interpersonal Relationships at Dynastic Centres (1500-1800)’, which has its seat in the German Historical Institute in Paris. The group’s objective is the investigation of interpersonal relationships that defined and ...

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Workshop: Power Relations in Court Societies (Part 1)

Maritz, Regine (26 mars 2015)

Early modern courts were the centres of political power of their time and the locus of the gestation of modern state institutions. Hence, they are a crucial site for historical research. In investigating the courtly power system, however, historiography has often solely focused on the person of the ...

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Digital News

Maritz, Regine (9 juin 2015)

Just a short post to alert you to some interesting developments in the digital world. 1) A new opportunity has arisen to become involved with the GHI research group "Practices of Power and Interpersonal Relationships at Dynastic Centres (1500-1800). A grant is available for students intending to ...

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Norbert Elias and his critics

Maritz, Regine (27 août 2015)

by Jonas Bechtold Undoubtedly, the “Court Society” of the sociologist Norbert Elias (1897–1990) has been one of the most influential and discussed books for early modern historiography in the twentieth century. Therefore, his impact on more than fifty years of historical research cannot be ...

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Must-Read (I): Important studies on early modern court networks and courtly life

Maritz, Regine (27 août 2015)

by Jonas Bechtold Early modern court historiography has been very productive in the twentieth and twenty-first century. Researchers dealing with the history of princely courts in Europe can have great use of this variety, but when being new in the field researchers and students may be seeking for ...

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