Department of Music

German-Anglo Cultural Transfers and Encounters, c.1660-1914
London, July 2004


Conference announcement

"German-Anglo Cultural Transfers and Encounters,
c.1660-1914"
 
University of Greenwich, London
School of Humanities

19-20 July 2004

Queen Anne Building 075

Everybody welcome! There is no attendance fee. If you
would like to attend please contact Dr. Stefan Manz
(S.Manz@gre.ac.uk) project
webpage: http://www.gre.ac.uk/~ms21/Migration&Transfer/home.htm

 
Monday, 19 July 2004
 

9.15-9.25 Welcome

 
9.25-10.45
Christiane Eisenberg (Berlin) 
"Cultural Transfer as a Historical Process. Research Questions, Steps of Analysis,
Methods"
 
Margrit Schulte Beerbühl (Düsseldorf)
"The Religious Culture of Commerce: German Merchants and the London Churches,
c.1660-1800"


10.45-11.15 Coffee Break

11.15-12.35

Rudolf Muhs (London) 
"Agents in 'the Commerce of Thought between Germany and England'. German Protestant
Pastors in 18th-century London"

Frank Hatje (Hamburg)
"Revivalists Abroad: Encounters and Transfers between German "Erweckungsbewegung" and
English "Revivalism" in the early Nineteenth Century"


12.35-14.30 Lunch


14.30-15.50

Ulrike Kirchberger (Bayreuth)
"Germans in British Missionary Societies during the First Half of the Nineteenth
Century"

Thomas Weber (Chicago) 
"The Impact of German Jewish Immigrants on British Jewry and Society, c.1848-1914"


15.50-16.15 Coffee Break

16.15-17.35
Anne Jarvis (Cambridge)
"German Musicians in London, c.1750-1850"

Stefan Manz (Greenwich)
"'Transforming Public Taste': German Musicians in Scotland, 1840s to 1914"


Tuesday, 20 July 2003
 
9.15-10.35
Emma Winter (Cambridge) 
"'Now the Classic Country of the Arts': The Reception of German Art in England
1831-41"

John Williams (Greenwich) 
"Poetry and Politics: The Case of Wordsworth in Anglo-German Exchanges in the
Nineteenth Century"

 
10.35-11.00 Coffee Break

11.00-12.20
John Davis (Kingston)
"Friedrich Max Müller and the Migration of German Academics to Britain in the
Nineteenth Century"

Matthew Potter (Oxford) 
"From the End of History to the Beginning of Art History: The Legacy of Hegel in
British Academic Esthetics between 1880 and 1900"


12.20-14.30 Lunch


14.30-15.50
Panikos Panayi (Leicester) 
"The Failure of Anglo-German Cultural Transfer in World War I"

Horst Rößler (Bremen/Bremerhaven) 
"Germans in the British Sugar Industry: Work, Culture and Religion"


15.50-16.30 Coffee Break

 
16.30-17.50
Flurin Condrau (Manchester)
"Black Forest and Boer War: Anglo-German National Competition and the Treatment for
Tuberculosis (1850-1914)"

Christiane Swinbank (Reading)
"Medicine, Philanthropy and Religion: Institutional Identity Crises at the German
Hospital in London"