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Cord Arendes is professor of applied history and public history at Heidelberg University. He has previously worked as lecturer (Free University of Berlin, University of Greifswald), and as assistant professor of contemporary history at Heidelberg University. His main research and (project-)teaching interests focus on public and applied history, audiovisual aspects of history, historical exhibitions, citizen science, history of Germany in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries and the political and juridical handling of the National Socialist past in Western Europe. He has edited and published books on the global history of the twentieth century, European commemoration of the World War I, the press coverage of regional Nazi proceedings, and on the treatment of Eastern European Jews in the early period of the Republic of Baden, 1918–1923.
Cord Arendes; So, What Difference Does It Make?. The Public Historian 1 November 2018; 40 (4): 51–55. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/tph.2018.40.4.51
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