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The Centre for Cultural Practices of Reparation (CURE) 

The Käte Hamburger Research Centre for Cultural Practices of Reparation (CURE) at Saarland University is an institute for advanced studies that will be funded from 2024 by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The goal of the Käte Hamburger Centre is to develop a transmedial theory of the practices and processes of cultural reparation from a historical and transcultural viewpoint in order to better understand the cultural practices of reparation in a sociopolitical context.


The Centre for Humanities Research

The Flagship on Critical Thought in African Humanities of the Centre for Humanities Research (CHR) at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) is an arena for scholarly exchange; artistic creation and public inquiry into African political subjectivity, art and society; and technology and the human.


The Edinburgh Centre for Global History

The Edinburgh Centre for Global History exists to facilitate cooperation between global historians of different regions and different periods across the University of Edinburgh and to provide a supportive environment in which postgraduate and staff research can flourish.


The German Historical Institute, Washington

The German Historical Institute Washington (GHI) is a centre for advanced historical research. Working with junior and senior scholars around the world, the GHI facilitates dialogue and collaboration across national and disciplinary boundaries.


The Global (De)Centre

The Global (De)Centre (GDC) is a platform that brings together a growing network of scholars from across the world committed to producing new knowledge and using different epistemologies and methods by working collaboratively with a broad range of partners. The intellectual questions that unite us fall under the broad umbrella of migrating people and migrating cultures.


Historisches Kolleg

The Historisches Kolleg, an institute for advanced study in history, was founded in 1980 and has been located in the Kaulbach-Villa between the Bavarian State Library and the English Garden since 1988. Its scholarships provide recipients with the freedom to concentrate on completing scholarly books. In addition, the Historisches Kolleg is a lively center of historical research and a venue for scientific colloquia and lectures. Many of its events are aimed at a broader public. The ‘Prize of the Historisches Kolleg’ is awarded every three years, with the next to be awarded in 2022.

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Relocating Modernism: Global Metropolises, Modern Art and Exile (METROMOD) is a research project that traces a unique and unconventional map of life and work in exile metropolises in the first half of the 20th century. METROMOD focuses on six metropolitan destinations for refugee European artists between 1900 and 1950, when wars and dictatorships, violence and oppression forced thousands of artists to emigrate.

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Munich Centre for Global History

The Munich Centre for Global History is the hub for global history research in Munich. The centre combines research and teaching in the field beyond disciplinary boundaries, supports these endeavours and promotes their visibility and accessibility.