Frank Hadler

Professor Frank Hadler, Centre for the History and Culture of East Central Europe (GWZO), University of Leipzig.

Frank Hadler is project director in charge for the research on 19th and 20th century history at the GWZO and honorary professor for cultural history of East Central Europe at the University of Leipzig. He received his PhDr. from the University of Brno (Czechoslovakia) on 'Pocatky moravske historiografie do konce 19. století [Beginnings of Moravian Historiography up to the end of the 19th century](1984) and his Dr. Phil. at the Institute for General History at the Academy of Sciences in Berlin (1989) on 'Die Anfänge der tschechoslowakischen Außenpolitik 1914-1919'. He held posts as senior fellow in research institutes in Berlin, and Leipzig, got fellowships in Washington D.C., Oxford and Paris, lectured at Humboldt University and Free University in Berlin, Paris IV and at the University of Leipzig. His main fields of research and publication are the history and culture of East Central Europe, the history of historiography and transnational history in the 19th and 20th centuries. He is General Secretary of the CISH-affiliated Commission Internationale des Etudes Historiques Slaves (CIEHS), Bureau member of the Association Internationale d'Histoire Contemporaine de l'Europe (AIHCE), and President of the Karl-Lamprecht-Gesellschaft/ European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH). He is the co-editor (since 2008) of Bohemia. A Journal on History an Civilization in East Central Europe. He has experience of refereeing major grant proposals from national Research Councils in Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Between 2003 and 2008, he was a research team leaders in the five-year Scientific Programme 'Representations of the Past: The Writing of National Histories in Europe' (NHIST) of the European Science Fondation (ESF).

Employment History

  • 2011 Hon. Professor for Cultural History of East Central Europe at the University of Leipzig
  • 2006- Project Director at the GWZO Leipzig
  • 2000-04 Managing Research Director of the GWZO 
  • 2000- Research Coordinator - History 19th/20th century at the GWZO
  • 1996-99 Senior Reserach Fellow at the GWZO
  • 1999 Lecturer in history at the Free University in Berlin
  • 1994- Lecturer in history at the University of Leipzig
  • 1993-95 Lecturer in history at Humboldt University in Berlin
  • 1992-95 Research Fellow at the FSP Ostmitteleuropa of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Munich)
  • 1986-91 Junior Researcher at the Institute for General History in Berlin
  • 1984-86 Junior Researcher at the Zentralinstitut für Geschichte der AdW der DDR in Berlin

Relevant Professional Activities 

  • 2010- General secretary of the Commission Internationale des Études Historiques Slaves (CIEHS) of CISH
  • 2008- member of the Joint Commission of Historians Germany-Slovakia-Czech Republic
  • 2008- co-editor of Bohemia. A Journal on History an Civilization in East Central Europe, Munich
  • 2006- member of of editorial board Historický Časopis, Bratislava
  • 2005- member of editorial Board of Časopis matice moravské, Brno
  • 2004- member of editorial Board of Comparativ. Beiträge zur Universalgeschichte und vergleichenden Gesellschaftsforschung, Leipzig
  • 2002- member of Steering Committee des European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH)
  • 2001- Review editor for the History of East Central Europe at the internet journal H-Soz-u-Kult
  • 2001-- President of the Karl-Lamprecht-Gesellschaft
  • 1995- member of the Bureau of the Association Internationale d'Histoire Contemporaine de l'Europe (AIHCE) of CISH.

Grants awarded 

  • 2011- Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for the GWZO Project group Transnationale Zeitgeschichte Ostmitteleuropas  (2011-19: 5 PostDoc positions – lead with Matthias Middell of the University of Leipzig)
  • 2010 Saxon Ministry for Science and Arts for the International PhD-Programm East Central Europe in Transnational Persepective (2010-13, 238.000 EUR – joint proposal with the Global and European Studies Institute of Leipzig University and the Leibniz-Institute of Regional Geography) 
  • 2007 Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for the GWZO Project group Ostmitteleuropa transnational (2008-13: 3 PostDoc and 3 PhD positions – lead with Matthias Middell of the University of Leipzig)
  • 2005 German research council (DFG) for a project Positionierungsstrategien Ostmitteleuropas in Globalisierungsprozessen at the GWZO (2006-07: 1 Postdoc, 4 PhD positions, lead with Matthias Middell of the University of Leipzig)
  • 2003 European Science Foundation (ESF) for a research team on Overlapping National Histories in Europe (2003-2008: 15 members, several publications – lead with Tibor Frank, Budapest)
  • 2000 German research council (DFG) for a project Visual culture und Geschichtskultur in Ostmitteleuropas at the GWZO (2001-05, 3 Postdoc, 1 PhD positions – lead with Stefan Troebst)
  • 1995 German research council (DFG) for an individual project on The ‘devided’ historiographies in socialist East Central Europe (1996-99)
  • 1994 Robert Bosch Stiftung for a stay in Paris at the CNRS (1 month)
  • 1992 Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft, Stipend for stay at St. Antony’s in Oxford (6 weeks). 
  • 1990 Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, short term grant in Washington D.C. (1 month)

Select Bibliography

  • 1989 in a Global Perspective, ed. by Frank Hader/ Ulf Engel/ Matthias Middell, Leipziger Universitätsverlag Leipzig 2015, 462 pp.
  • Disputed Territories and Shared Pasts. Overlapping National Histories in Modern Europe, ed. by Frank Hadler/ Tibor Frank, Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills, Basingstoke 2011, 430 pp. (=Writing the Nation Series, Vol. VI) 
  • World Orders in Historical Perspective. Opening Lectures of the Second European Congress on World and Global History, Dresden 2008, ed. by Frank Hadler/ Matthias Middell, Akademische Verlagsanstalt: Leipzig 2011, 63 pp. 
  • Verflochtene Geschichten: Ostmitteleuropa, Hg. v. Frank Hadler/ Matthias Middell, Leipzig 2010, 267 pp. (= Comparativ Jg. 20, H. 1-2). 
  • Vademecum Contemporary History – Slovakia. A Guide to Archives, Research Institutions, Libraries, Associations and Museums/ Vademecum súčasných dejin – Slovensko. Sprievodca archívmi, výskumnými inštitúciami, knižnicami, spoločnosťami a múzeami, hg.v. Frank Hadler/ Adam Hudek/ Dušan Kováč, Bratislava-Berlin 2008, 88 pp. 
  • Vergangene Größe und Ohnmacht in Ostmitteleuropa: Repräsentationen imperialer Erfahrung in der Historiographie seit 1918 / Lost Greatness and Past Oppression in East Central Europe: Representations of the Imperial Experience in Historiography since 1918, Hg. v. Frank Hadler/Mathias Mesenhöller, Leipzig 2007, 324 pp. (=Geschichtswissenschaft und Geschichtskultur im 20. Jahrhundert, 8) 
  • 1956: European and Global Perspectives, Hg. v. Frank Hadler/ Carole Fink/ Tomasz Schramm, Leipziger Universitätsverlag Leipzig 2006, 354 pp. 

 

 

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