Hamburg Institute for Social Research
The Hamburg Institute for Social Research is an operating foundation under civil law. The direct purpose of the foundation is to initiate and conduct academic research projects as well as to organize conferences and workshops in the area of social research. more
Lecture Series: Race, Anti-Semitism, Sexuality
The History and Aftermath of the Nuremberg Race Laws, 1935-2015
On 14 October 2015, a lecture series will begin at the Institut für die Geschichte der deutschen Juden (IGDJ) [Institute for the History of the German Jews] on the history and aftermath of the Nuremberg Race Laws enacted at the seventh Nuremberg Rally of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) on 15 September 1935.
New Books from the Hamburger Edition
more about the New Books Fall 2015