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Public History Weekly – We want to build bridges between as many academic language communities as possible, net community and digital skepticism, research and application, politics and science, and the school and the university. Look forward to the weekly multi-lingual contributions of our authors from around the world and get the journal through your comments to a place of lively debate. PHW makes the highest demands on the quality of its texts, especially of the initial contribution. We invite distinguished experts to a peer review for each initial article. (⇒) PHW follows the rules of Open Peer Review (OPR).

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Our Editorial Meetings

 


7th Editorial Meeting 2020 on Zoom.org

The constitutive first meeting at August 27 of the new Executive Board in digital distance, while the worldwide Covid-19 pandemia.

from top left to bottom right: Florian Hoppe, Marko Demantowsky, Courtney Neaveill, Jasmine Alinder, Irina Savelieva, Andrei Volodin, Heather Sharp, Christian Bunnenberg, Catalina Muñoz Rojas, Alan Christy, Arthur Chapman, Caitriona Ni Cassaithe, Michel Kobelinski, Bassel Akar

 


6th Editorial Meeting 2018 in Wrocław, Poland

Wrocław, June 6-7, a guided tour of the city by the colleague Prof Krzysztof Ruchniewicz for some of our team from Austria, Switzerland, Poland, and Germany.

left to right: Marko Demantowsky, Dominika Uczkiewicz, Jan Hodel, Rachel Huber, Judith Breitfuss, Christian Bunnenberg, and far right Krzysztif Ruchniewicz


5th Editorial Meeting 2017 in Vienna, Austria

Vienna, July 3, in the backyard of the History Education department of Vienna University with some members of our international Editorial and Executive Board from Poland, Austria, Switzerland, and Germany.

Left to right: Marko Demantowsky, Thomas Hellmuth, Krzysztof Ruchniewicz, Peter Gautschi, Dominika Uczkiewicz, Judith Breitfuss, Jan Hodel, Christian Bunnenberg

 


4th Editorial Meeting 2016 in Basel, Switzerland

Basel, September 5, again at the “Sandgrube” with many members of our international Editorial and Executive Board from Poland, Austria, Switzerland, and Germany.

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Left to right, top: Marko Demantowsky, Krzysztof Ruchniewicz, Moritz Hoffmann, Peter Gautschi, Thomas Hellmuth, Jan Hodel | left to right, middle/bottom: Christian Bunnenberg, Philippe Weber, Isabella Schild, Judith Breitfuss, Dominika Uczkiewicz, Elise Wintz, Pascale Schibli, Marco Zerwas

 


3rd Editorial Meeting 2015 in Basel, Switzerland

Basle, October 3, again at the “Sandgrube” with many members of our multinational team from Argentina, South Africa, Switzerland, USA, Italy, Austria, Germany, Great Britain, Russia, and Australia.

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Left to right, top: Mario Carretero, Rob Siebörger, Peter Gautschi, Mills Kelly Serge Noiret | left to right, middle: Christoph Kühberger, Charlotte Bühl-Gramer, Cord Arendes, Michele Barricelli, Alix Green, Marco Zerwas, Marko Demantowsky | left to right, bottom: Thomas Hellmuth, Jan Hodel, Alexander Khodnev, Daisy Martin, Robert Parkes, Elise Wintz

 


2nd Editorial Meeting 2014 in Basel, Switzerland

Basle, 30/31 June, at the “Sandgrube”

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Left to right, top: Michael Sauer, Julia Schreiner, Roberto Simanowski, Bettina Alavi, Markus Bernhardt, Monika Fenn, Christoph Kühberger, Michele Barricelli, Claudine Moulin, Béatrice Ziegler, Saskia Handro, Peter Gautschi, Holger Thünemann, Thomas Hellmuth | left to right, bottom: Jan Hodel, Marko Demantowsky Foto: Marco Zerwas

 


1st Editorial Meeting 2013 in Basel, Switzerland

Basle 7/8 June, at a “Fähri” on the Rhine River

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Left to right: Markus Bernhardt, Holger Thünemann, Monika Fenn, Charlotte Bühl-Gramer, Christoph Kühberger, Saskia Handro, Marco Zerwas, Julia Schreiner, Béatrice Ziegler, Michele Barricelli, Thomas Hellmuth, Simone Dietrich, Jan Hodel, Bettina Alavi.

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