Monthly Archives: February 2011

Negotiating continuities

German history is full of dramatic turns. Historiography often discusses what kind of Sonderweg, special path through history that can explain the painful 20th century history. Some museums testifies to these changes but even more remarkable are the continuities they … Continue reading

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In the e-mail box this week

When I started to work in Eunamus, I got a job title that I wasn’t particularly fond of – dissemination officer. I was of course thrilled by the opportunity to work in such a large-scale research project, but the job … Continue reading

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Happy birthday Eunamus!

1 February 2010 was the official starting date for the research project Eunamus – Identity Politics, the Uses of the Past and the European Citizen. Eunamus celebrates the project’s first birthday by opening this blog. Eunamus already has a website and … Continue reading

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Eunamus one year: words from the coordinator

The first comprehensive study of how and why national museums was created 1750-2010 is being completed. New results from many individual countries will add to comparative reflections on the impact national museums have on the making of nations and states from the … Continue reading

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