Leibniz Research Alliance

Leibniz institutions form collaborative research alliances that use inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to address current scientific and socially-relevant issues.

The alliances are designed for a period of five to 15 years and are open for collaboration with universities, other non-university research institutions and infrastructure facilities as well as research groups abroad.

Overview of the current twelve Leibniz research alliances: https://www.leibniz-gemeinschaft.de/en/research/leibniz-research-alliances/

The Centre for Contemporary History, Potsdam, is a member of the Leibniz Research Alliance ‘Historical Authenticity’ (Martin Sabrow is spokesman and Achim Saupe coordinator of this research network) and ‘Crises of a Globalised World’ (Frank Bösch is deputy spokesman of this research network).



The Landscape and Its Temporal Orders
Investigating ‘Miningscapes’ of the Former GDR

Katja Stopka

(in cooperation with Michael Ostheimer, University of Chemnitz)

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Flyercover - Forschungsverbund "Krisen einer globalisierten Welt"

Leibniz Research Alliance "Crises in a globalised world"

Frank Bösch

Crises are a constant companion of nearly every human society, be they of an economic, social, political or ecological nature. Globalisation, however, has given crises a new quality: they effortlessly cross national borders, are interwoven in a complex web, and require parallel and concerted...

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Historische Authentizität, von Martin Sabrow und Achim Saupe (Hg.), Göttingen: Wallstein-Verlag 2016.

Leibniz Research Alliance ‘Historical Authenticity’

Martin Sabrow, Achim Saupe

Today, more than ever before, attitudes to the past are characterised by an intense striving for historical authenticity. In practical terms this manifests itself, for example, in the value attached to ‘authentic objects’ in museums, collections and archives or to ‘authentic places’ – be they...

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