Camilo Erlichman and Christopher Knowles (eds.), Transforming Occupation in the Western Zones of Germany Politics, Everyday Life and Social Interactions, 1945-55 will be published by Bloomsbury in August 2018. More information on the book can be found on the publisher’s website. You can access a preview of the book, including the editors’ introduction, here. Advertisements
The following book will be published next year by Bloomsbury Academic: Camilo Erlichman and Christopher Knowles (eds.), Transforming Occupation in the Western Zones of Germany: Politics, Everyday Life and Social Interactions, 1945-1955 (London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming, 2018). Transforming Occupation in the Western Zones of Germany provides an in-depth transnational study of power politics, daily life, and social … More Transforming Occupation
A conference report has just been published, summarising a selection of the papers and providing an overview of some of the main issues covered at the conference.
The conference is now two weeks away and we have published a final programme. We look forward to a productive conference with stimulating papers and fruitful discussions.
The conference is now fully booked and closed for registrations. The on-line registration system is therefore no longer available. We are very sorry to say that we cannot accept any further registrations at this time and we are also unable to accept registrations made in person on the day of the conference. If you have … More Conference Fully Booked
An updated conference programme has been released. A final programme will be released closer to the conference date.
The conferecence is now open for registrations. Please refer to our registration page and register through the on-line system. Places are very limited, so we would encourage everyone wishing to attend to secure their places quickly.
A draft conference programme has been released. This programme is subject to minor changes over the next months. A final programme will be released closer to the conference date.
The deadline for applying to the conference has now passed and the call for papers is closed. We are delighted with the very positive response to the call for papers. We have received a large number of submissions from both young and established scholars from around the globe and would like to thank all those … More Call for Papers closed
A new call for papers has been released: https://alliedoccupation.wordpress.com/cfp