The international Annual Seminar of the BGHS is conceived and organized by the doctoral students. It is aimed at young researchers from all over the world. A team of doctoral students from the BGHS chooses and develops the theme of the annual seminar and independently organizes the workshop with the support of the BGHS office staff.
The three-day conference with its interdisciplinary format promotes the academic exchange between the disciplines and also offers an international platform for the presentation of ongoing research projects. The debates on the research projects are rounded off by lectures presented by keynote speakers, both national and international.
For information on the 9th Annual Seminar at the BGHS with the topic Grappling with the Global: The Challenge of Boundaries in History and Sociology, please click here.
- Annual Seminar 2017:
Grappling with the Global: The Challenge of Boundaries in History and Sociology
- Annual Seminar 2016:
Done with Eurocentrism? - Directions, Diversions, and Debates in History and Sociology
- Annual Seminar 2015:
Structures and Events - a Dialogue between History and Sociology
- Annual Seminar 2014:
A 'New Social Question' or 'Crisis as Usual'? Historical and Sociological Perspectives on Inequalities
- Annual Seminar 2013:
Work in a Globalising World: Gender, Mobility, Markets
- Annual Seminar 2012:
Control's Other Sides - Contemporary and Historical Perspectives
- Annual Seminar 2011:
From Time to Space? Current Conceptual Challenges in History and Sociology
- Annual Seminar 2010:
Dynamics and Change
- Annual Seminar 2009:
End of Messages? - The State of the Dialogue between History and Sociology