International Scientific Network:
Shame Studies in History (SSIHN)

1. Dr. Ramona Arfire
Alumna: Excellenzcluster "Kulturelle Grundlagen von Integration"
NL- Amsterdam

2. Prof. Dr. Jutta Eming
Freie Universität Berlin. Institut für Deutsche und Niederländische Philologie Ältere deutsche Literatur und Sprache
D-14195 Berlin

3. Ph.D. Satu Lidman
University of Turku/Faculty of Law
FI- Turku

4. Dr. Stephan Marks
Freiburger Institut für Menschenrechtspädagogik (FIM). Forschungsprojekt Geschichte und Erinnerung Erinnern und Lernen e.V.
D-79104 Freiburg i. Br.

5. Prof. Dr. Peter Maria Münster
Fachhochschule für Rechtspflege Nordrhein-Westfalen
D-53902 Bad Münstereifel

6. Prof. Dr. David Nash
Oxford Brookes University, Department of History
GB-OX3 0BP Oxford

7. Dr. Han Nijdam
Fryske Akademy
NL- 8900 AB Leeuwarden

8. Prof. Dr. Martin Ohst
Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Fachbereich A (Ev. Theologie)
D-42097 Wuppertal

9. Prof. Dr. Birgitt Röttger-Rössler
Department of Social and Cultural Anthroplogy / Cluster "Languages of Emotion"
D-14195 Berlin

10. Maître de Confér. Bénédicte Sère
Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre
F-92000 Nanterre

11. Prof. Dr. Daniel Lord Smail
Harvard University, Department of History
USA-02138 Cambridge MA

12. Mag. phil. Ute Streitt
Oberösterreichisches Landesmuseum
A-4040 Linz

13. PhD St. Céline Vandeuren-David
Université Catholique de Louvain
B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve

14. Prof. Dr. Silvana Vecchio
Dipartimento Scienze Umane
I-44121 Ferrara

15. Prof. Dr. Peter von Moos
Chartreuse de Valprofonde
F-89410 Béon

16. Dr. Jörg Wettlaufer
Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities
D-37073 Göttingen

17. Prof. Dr. David N. Yeandle
Department of German Kings College London
GB-WC2R 2LS London


news / workshops

  • Soutien de l'IHAP confirmé

    La directrice de l'IHAP a confirmé le soutien de l'institut pour la organisation de la conference. Le deuxième jour de la conference aura lieux à l'institut et l'institut peut loger et inviter deux ou trois chercheurs allemandes.


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The SSIH-Network aims to bring together scholars from different disciplines on the topic of the history of shame and shaming. Building on a nucleus of colleagues that attended a conference on "Shame between punishment and penance" which took place in October 2010 at Paris, the group wants to establish an international network to organise workshops, conferences and publications around the topic of the social usage and discourse on shame and shaming in European and Non-European History. Therefore the group will apply for funding at the ESF and other national supporting institutions. If you are interested in joining this network please contact Joerg Wettlaufer or David Nash for more information or fill this form. After approval by the organisers your name will be added to the network address list.