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Rez. von Sebastian Conrad/Jürgen Osterhammel (Hrsg.), Das Kaiserreich transnational: Deutschland in der Welt 1871-1914. Göttingen 2004, in: German History 26, 2008, S. 322f.

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Author(s): Fahrmeir, Andreas
Year of publication: 2008

Research area: Research Area 2: The Historicity of Normative Orders
Research project: Transformation of normative economic orders in the nineteenth century
Subject(s): history

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Lecture Series "Gesetz und Gewalt im Kino"


Five Lectures will cast some light of the theme of "Gesetz und Gewalt im Kino". Presenter is the Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders" with the "Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt". First Lecture 25 April 2014, 7pm, Museum für Moderne Kunst. More...

"Frankfurter Stadtgespräch" with Christopher Clark (Cambridge)

The title of the next "Frankfurter Stadtgespräch" is "Wer hat angefangen? Sinn und Unsinn historischer Schuldzuschreibungen". Participants are Prof. Christopher Clark  (Cambridge) and Prof. Andreas Fahrmeir (Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders"). The conversation will be moderated by Prof. Dr. Klaus Günther (Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders") on 19 May 2014, 7pm, Historisches Museum. More...

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24 April 2014

Author meets critics’ workshop on Leif Wenar’s book manuscript titled "Power / Counter-Power: Might Makes Right, Popular Sovereignty and the Unity of Humanity"Workshop: Clean Trade in Natural Resources: Workshop with Leif Wenar (King's College London). Mit Prof. Darrell Moellendorf u. a. More...

25 April 2014, 7pm

Lecture Series "Gesetz und Gewalt im Kino": Verena Lueken (Frankfurt am Main), "Babes Behind Bars - Gesetz und Gewalt im Frauengefängnisfilm" about Caged (John Cromwell, USA 1950). More...

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Die Herausbildung der europäischen Notstandsverfassung. Die Grundstruktur rechtlicher Normativität und warum wir auf einem falschen Weg sind

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Lecture by Prof. Harald Müller (Executive Director of Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)/Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders"), Lecture Series "Beyond Anarchy: Rule and Authority in the International System"

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