Contemporary History Digital

With Contemporary History Digital (Zeitgeschichte digital, www.zeitgeschichte-digital.de), the ZZF develops its own digital research infrastructure for contemporary history. It opens up the online projects developed and editorially supervised at the institute and consolidates them with a wealth of digital resources under one roof. The platform offers centralised access to its entire programme: all entries are searchable with the help of a comprehensive subject classification. Specialised repositories for research data and retro-digitalised publications are also component parts of the portal.

Since 2017, the "Zeitgeschichte digital-Preis" has been awarded annually by the Friends of the Institute of the ZZF Potsdam. More about the nominations for the "Zeitgeschichte digital-Preis” 2019 (award: November 28, 2019 in Potsdam)

 

Zeitgeschichte digital

Docupedia-Zeitgeschichte provides basic knowledge in the field of contemporary history for a wider public.

Zeitgeschichte digital

The platform ‘Zeitgeschichte-online’ exists since January 2004. It aims to address historians, students of the humanities and similar courses and a wider public interested in contemporary history.

Zeitgeschichte digital

„Zeithistorische Forschungen/Studies in Contemporary History” (ZF/SCH) is a peer-review journal on questions of contemporary history with a German, European and global outlook.

Zeitgeschichte digital

The online repository visual-history.de, hosted by the ZZF, serves as a platform for historical research on visual sources and phenomena. It provides up-to-date insights into the growing community of visual historians and their activities, and supports the formation of professional...

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Using in some cases hitherto unpublished documents, film and audio material, photographs and eyewitness interviews, and on the basis of independent research, the dramatic events surrounding the construction and fall of the Berlin Wall up to the political reunification of Germany will be...

Zeitgeschichte digital

The Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History offers institute scholars the chance to publish documents on its online publication system.

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Academic insights into the special function of the arts for society in the GDR prove to be essential for an analytic understanding of the whole state socialist system of rule and society. Within the programme ‘Übersetzungsfunktion der Geisteswissenschaften’ (translation function of the...

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The complete texts of the three daily newspapers Neues Deutschland, Berliner Zeitung and Neue Zeit have been digitalised and made available for the period since their first appearance until 1990 and 1994 (Neue Zeit), respectively.

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H-Soz-Kult is a moderated, open-access communication platform for historians of all branches of the subject, as well as for related disciplines with historical ties.

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