prof. dr. C.F.G. (Chris) Lorenz

  • Kamernr:14a-00
  • E-mail:c.f.g.lorenz@vu.nl
  • Onderdeel:fac. der geesteswetenschappen ( gesch/oudh/k&c )
  • Functie:Bijzonder hoogleraar Historische Cultuur van Duitsland


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Personal web page in English
Curriculum Vitae

Specialismen

Onderwijs

Zie studiegids.

Tevens als docent sinds 2010 verbonden aan het Amsterdam University College.

Onderzoek

Publicaties


Recent publications include

  • (co-editor Stefan Berger), The Contested Nation. Ethnicity, Class, Religion and Gender in National Histories, Palgrave MacMillan: Houndmills 2008, 634 p.; 2nd print 2009; 3rd. print 2010; Paperback-edition 2011.
  • (ed.),  ‘If you’re so smart why aren’t you rich? Beschouwingen over de universiteit, de politiek en management’ (Boom Publishers: Amsterdam 2008, 362 p.).
  • Przekraczanie Granic: Esejez filozofii historii i teorii historiografii (Bordercrossings. Explorations between History and Philosophy), in het Pools (Wydawnictwo Poznañskie, Poznan 2009), Wydawnictwo Poznañskie Publishers, Poznan 2009, 412 p.
  • (co-editor Stefan Berger), Nationalizing the Past. Historians as Nation Builders in Modern Europe, Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills 2010, 529 p.
  • (co-editors Christian Krijnen and Joachim Umlauf ), Wahrheit oder Gewinn? Über die Ökonomisierung von Universität und Wissenschaft, Königshausen & Neumann: Würzburg 2011, 196 p.
  • (co-editors Stefan Berger and Billie Melman), Popularizing National Pasts: 1800 to the Present, Routledge: New York 2012, 358 p.
  • (co-editor Berber Bevernage), Breaking Up Time. Negotiating the Borders between Present, Past and Future, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht : Goettingen 2013 (in preparation).
Publicaties Chris Lorenz

Overige activiteiten

  • Member of the Board of the Huizinga Onderzoeksschool since 2006 (see http://cf.hum.uva.nl/~huizinga/opzet/index_ie.htm)
  • Chair of the Network ‘Theory and Historiography’of the ‘European Social Science History Conference’ since 1996. (see: www.iisg.nl/esshc)
  • Teamleader of the team ‘National histories and their ‘Other’’ of the European Science Foundation sponsored project ‘Representations of the past: national histories in Europe’ (2003-2008). (see: www.uni-leipzig.de/zhs/esf-nhist)
  • Member of the Bureau of the ‘International Committee of Historiography and the Theory of Historiography’, since 2005 (see: www.abouthistoriography.com)
  • International associate of the Centre for the Study of Historical Consciousness, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, since 2000.(see: www.cshc.ubc.ca and www.cshc.ubc.ca/viewabstract.php?id=7).
  • Member of the jury for ‘Das historische Buch’, organized by H-SozKult, since 2003. (see: http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/index.asp?pn=forum&type=buchpreis&name=).
  • Academic advisor of the series "New History Salon", published by the Shandong University Press, Nanking, China since 2003;
  • Member of the editorial board of the journal ‘Zeithistorische Forschung/Contemporary History’, Potsdam, Germany, since 2003.(see: www.history-journals.de/articles/hjg-eartic-j00171.html).
  • Member of the Advisory Board of ‘The Oxford History of History Writing’ , chief-editor Daniel Woolf (University of Alberta, Canada) since 2004. (see: www.arts.ualberta.ca/~dwoolf/oxfordhistory.html)
  • Member of the Advisory Board of the bookseries ‘Western philosophy of history’, edited by Zhang Wenjie (Institute for Philosophy, Chinese Academy of the Social Sciences in Beijing), Jörn Rüsen, Chen Xin and Peng Gang.
  • Member of the ‘Advisory Board’ of the researchprogramme ‘The political aspects of history’, University of Turku, Finland, financed by the de Finish Academy of the Sciences; 2002- 2006. (see: www.soc.utu.fi/polhist/english/extramural.htm).


Ph.D. supervision

  • Jacques Bos, Reading the Soul. The Concept of Character 1550 – 1750, Leyden 2003. (original in English).
  • (co-supervisor professor Martin Sabrow, Potsdam) Krijn Thijs, Elastische Geschichte. Berlin und drei Erzählungen seiner Vergangenheit; Amsterdam 2006 (cum laude). This Ph.D will be published by Boehlau Verlag in 2008 (original in German, awarded with an Erasmus Prize in 2007)
  • (co-supervisor professor Frank Ankersmit, Groningen), Herman Paul, Hayden White. An intellectual biography, Groningen 2006 (cum laude).
  • (co-supervisor professor Hans Blom, Amsterdam) Ron Zeller and Pim Griffioen, The Persecution of the Jews in France, the Netherlands and Belgium in Comparative Perspective, 1940 – 1944, Amsterdam 2008, (original in Dutch).
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