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Über die Salpeterer im Hotzenwald
Historiker und Heimatforscher

David M. Luebke

Biographical Information

  • With the U of O since Fall 1997
  • History Professor, Bennington College, 1993-1997
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Williams College, 1996
  • Staff Historian for the Permanent Exhibition Design Team, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1990-1993
  • Ph.D. Yale University, 1990
  • M.A. Yale University, 1985
  • B.A. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1983

Sein Internetauftritt im März 2008

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Eine Auswahl seiner Veröffentlichungen

Publications
Books:

 

Articles in Scholarly Journals and Books:

  • “Signatures and Political Culture in Eighteenth-Century Germany,” forthcoming September 2004 in the Journal of Modern History
  • “Symbolische Konstruktionen politischer Repräsentation im ländlichen Ostfriesland, 1719 – 1727,” Westfälische Forschungen 53 (2003): 183-213 . 
  • “Erfahrungen von Leibeigenschaft: Konturen eines Diskurses im Südschwarzwald, 1660-1740,” in Jan Klußmann, ed., Leibeigenschaft: Bäuerliche Unfreiheit in der Frühen Neuzeit (Potsdamer Studien zur Geschichte der ländlichen Gesellschaft) (Cologne: Böhlau, 2002), 175-197. 
  • “Symbols, Serfdom, and Peasant Factions: A Response to Hermann Rebel,” Central European History 34/3 (2001): 357-382.
  • “Frederick the Great and the Celebrated Case of the Millers Arnold (1770-1779): A Reappraisal,” Central European History 32/4 (1999): 379-408.
  • “Terms of Loyalty: Factional Politics in a Single German Village (Nöggenschwihl, 1725-1745),” in Max Reinhart and Thomas Robisheaux, eds., Infinite Boundaries: Order, Reorder, and Disorder in Early Modern German Culture (Kirksville, Missouri: Thomas Jefferson University Press, 1998), 77-105.
  • “‘Naive Monarchism’ and Marian Veneration in Early Modern Germany,” Past and Present 154 (1997): 71-106.
  • “Serfdom and Honour in Eighteenth-Century Germany,” Social History 18 (1993): 143-161.
  • “Factions and Communities in Early Modern Central Europe,” Central European History 25 (1992): 281-301.
  • “German Exodus: Historical Perspectives on the Nineteenth-Century Emigration,” Yearbook of German-American Studies 20 (1985): 1-17.

Internet Publications:

 

 

 

 

Associate Professor
Department of History
Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures
University of Oregon
315 McKenzie Hall
1288 University of Oregon
Eugene OR 97403-1288
Office hours (Winter 2006): Tuesdays, 9:00-11:00
Tel: 541-346-2394
Fax: 541-346-4895
Email: mailto: dluebke@darkwing.uoregon.edu

 

 

Die nebenstehende Aufnahme ist seiner aktuellen Hompepage entnommen (Juli 2006)

 

 

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