Author: juliaeichenberg

Out now: GRR’s Legal History Special Issue

Since 2014, Benjamin Lahusen, Marcus Payk, Kim C. Priemel, and I have organized the legal history research seminar GRR (Geschichte, Recht und Rechtsgeschichte). The current special issue of Zeithistorische Forschungen is one if the...

Review: ourmigrationstory.org.uk

Migration to the United Kingdom – much as to the European Union overall, has become a very politicised topic. Amidst heated debate about current affairs, an informative website sets out to shine light on...

Associated Researchers: Johana Kudrnová

I’m a PhD candidate in Modern History at the Department of European Studies at Charles University in Prague. I have studied political science at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY and conducted an internship at the University of Oxford.

Workshop “Ruptures and Resumptions”

In March 2018, a sudden deterioration of British-Russian diplomatic relations following the Skripal case produced  headline after headline. The British government expelled 23 Russian diplomats. Russia followed suit by expelling 23 British diplomats and...

Radio Podcast: The Warsaw Uprising in 1944

In 1944, the Polish Home Army rose up against the German occupant, trying to liberate the Polish capital before the approaching Soviet forces reached the city. The Warsaw Uprising was tragically and cruelly crushed...