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Joachim WHALEY

Geb. 1954, Cambridge, Großbritannien/Nordirland

Sprachwissenschaft - German Studies (Fachgebiet) - German history 1700 to present; German historical and political thought 1700 to present; German language (Lehrgebiet)

Anschrift: University of Cambridge - Department of German, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages - University of Cambridge - Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge CB3 9DA

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Besondere Forschungsgebiete: German history 1500-1800

Monographien in Auswahl: Religious Toleration and Social Change in Hamburg 1529-1819 (1985).

Aufsätze und Beiträge in Auswahl: New Light on the Circulation of Early Newspapers: The Case of the Hamburgischer Correspondent 1731 (Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 1979). The Protestant Enlightenment in Germany, in The Enlightenment in National Context (ed. R. Porter et al.) (1981). Rediscovering the 'Aufklärung' (GLL, 1981). Symbolism for the Survivors: The Disposal of the Dead in Hamburg in the late 17th and 18th Centuries, in Mirrors of Mortality (ed. J. Whaley) (1981). Enlightenment and History in Germany (Historical Journal, 1988). A New Joseph II? (Cambridge Review, 1988). The Theory and Practice of Tolerance in Eighteenth-Century Germany, in Verspätete Orthodoxie. Über D. Johann Melchior Goeze (1717-1786) (ed. H. Reinitzer et al.) (1989). Pouvoir sauver les apparences: Religious Toleration in Eighteenth-Century Germany (BJECS, 1990). Obedient Servants? Lutheran attitudes to authority and society in the first half of the seventeenth century: the case of Johann Balthasar Schupp (Historical Journal, 1992). Austria, 'Germany' and the Dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire (Austrian Studies, 1994). The Ideal of Youth in Eighteenth-Century Germany, in Generations in Conflict. Youth revolt and generation formation in Germany 1770-1968 (ed. M. Roseman) (1995). Minorities and Tolerance in Hamburg, 16th - 18th centuries, in Minorities in Western European Cities (sixteenth - twentieth centuries) (ed. H. Soly et al.) (1995). Das deutsche Reich und Österreich im Zeichen des deutschen Dualismus, in Sacrum Imperium. Das Reich und Österreich 996-1806 (ed. W. Brauneder et al.) (1996). Thinking about Germany, 1750-1815: The Birth of a Nation? (PEGS, 1997). The German lands before 1815, in German History since 1800 (ed. M. Fulbrook) (*).

Übersetzungen in Auswahl: Mirrors of Mortality. Studies in the Social History of Death (1981).

Zusätzliche Kurzinformationen: MA, PhD (Cantab), FRHistS; Fellow of Gonville and Caius College