1 Team One Workshop - Institute of History and Area Studies. University of Aarhus. 23 rd -24 th November 2007 The Team One Workshop was held at the Institute of History and Area Studies at the University of Århus between 23 rd and 24 th November It was organised by Professor Ilaria Porciani (University of Bologna) and Professor Jo Tollebeek (University of Leuven). The local organiser was Dr. Claus Møller Jørgensen, head of the Danish Graduate School of History at the University of Århus. The workshop will bring together members of Team 1 who are contributing to Volumes 1 and 2 of the Writing the Nation series to be published by Palgrave Macmillan. The workshop was also attended by the NHIST Chair Professor Stefan Berger, the NHIST co-chair Guy Marhal, and the NHIST Programme Coordinator Sven de Roode. The workshop had a dual task, bringing together contributors to Volume 1, titled Atlas of the Institutions of European Historiographies 1800 to the Present, and also contributors to Volume 2, titled Institutions, Networks and Communities of National Historiography Comparative Approaches. It did provide an opportunity for contributors to meet and discuss the progress of the respective volumes. Therefore, discussions focused on the progress of the Atlas volume, including recent contributions, and the second draft of a number of contributions to the second volume. It also allowed for the NHIST chair and Programme Coordinator to outline the NHIST programme to contributors, and discuss the two volumes, and their respective style guides, publication schedules and promotion. The first day was dedicated to presentation and discussion of the last contributions to volume 2. It was noted by the volume editors, Ilaria Porciani and Jo Tollebeek, that a significant amount of progress has been made since the last workshop for Volume 2, which was held in Salamanca in All the contributions have developed in their scope and comparative approach. The discussion has been extremely lively and constructive thanks to the accurate and rich contribution of every member of the team. The second day was dedicated in part to presentation and discussion of contributions to wolume two, in part to presentation and discussion of the last contributions to volume one. With repsect to the Atlas volume new contributions for Belarus, Ukrania, and Spain were discussed. Ilaria Porciani illustrated the status of the contributions and grids for the Atlas volume. She provided an in- depth overview of the collation of data, noting that almost all the countries have now a complete coverage. The last session was followed by a summary of the workshop provided by the volume editors and NHIST programme chair. This provided opportuni ty for delegates to gain feedback, encouraging a const ructive general discus sion involving all delegates. This session was followed by a meeting between the volume editors. Workshop programme Friday November 23 Institute of History and Area Studies, University of Aarhus. History Department meeting room, building 410 room number 136. Transportation by car from Hotel Helnan is arranged. (If you go on your own: Main entrance, turn left down the corridor, rooms to the right (Map below))
2 9a.m. Welcome addresses Chair: Ilaria Porciani Jan Ifversen, Head of Institute, Institute of History and Area Studies Stefan Berger: The NHIST programme Ilaria Porciani - Jo Tollebeek welcome address Claus Moller Jorgensen (Aarhus) The Journals Coffee break Monika Flacke (DHM Berlin) Ilaria Porciani (Bologna) History Museums Lunch and recreation Chair: Stefan Berger Daniela Saxer (Lausanne) Edition of sources Marcello Verga (Florence) Biographical dictionaries Gabriele Lingelbach (Trier), Professional Associations Dinner in down town Aarhus at Restaurant Réne, Saturday November 24 Venue at Hotel Helnan (information about convention room etc will be provided) Chair: Jo Tollebesck Coffee, tea, rolls and other necessities of survival Gabriele Clemens (Trier) The aristocracy Emmanuelle Picard (Paris): Extra-university research institutions Revision of contributions for the atlas Mariano Esteban de Vega: Spain Lunch and recreation Chair: Ilaria Porciani Revision of contributions for the atlas Leszeck Zygner (Gottingen): Poland Renata Latala: Ukraina
3 Anna Zadora (Strasbourg): Belarus Coffee break Ilaria Porciani- Jo Tollebeek concluding remarks Dinner in down town Aarhus at Restaurant Fureby, Sønder Allé 29. Tlf. (+45) Local organizer Associate Professor Claus Møller Jørgensen Current position: Associate Professor at the University og Aarhus, Institute of History and Area Studies, Department of History. Head of the Danish Graduate School for History. Chair of historical theory, method and historiography Ph.d.: University of Aarhus 1999: Videnskab og dannelse i Danmark i det 19. århundrede. Key publications: - Videnskab og Dannelse i Danmark i det 19. århundrede I-II. Århus: Center for Kulturforskning, 2000) - Historiefaget 75 år. Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag Det funktionelle kildebegreb og den sproglige vending, in Per H.Hansen og Jeppe Nevers (red.), Historiefagets teoretiske udfordring, Odense: Syddansk Universitetsforlag 2004, Den nationalliberale historieopfattelse og Slesvig, in Axel Johnsen og Birgitte Thomsen (red.), 19 myter i Sønderjyllands Historie, Aabenraa: Skrifter udgivet af Historisk Samfund for Sønderjylland Nr. 88, 2002, Historie, in K. Aa.Rasmussen og S. B. Nielsen (ed.), Musik til tiden 75 år, Århus: Det Jyske Musikkonservatorium 2002, Kilde, tekst og kontekst, in Carsten Tage Nielsen og Claus Møller Jørgensen (ed.), Historical analysis - new theories and methods, Roskilde: Roskilde Universitets Forlag 2001, New Historicism - introduktion og diskusion, Arbejdspapirer nr. 9, januar 2001, Historisk Institut, Aarhus Universitet. 32 sider. - Patterns of professionalization and institutionalization in Denmark 1848 to the present, in Frank Meyer & Jan Eivind Myhre (eds.), Nordic Historiography in the 20th Century. Oslo: Tid og Tanke No. 5., 2000, Historigrafiske pejlinger til en indledning, Den jyske Historiker 88, 2000, Nyt fra den historieteoretiske slagmark, Nyt fra Historien XLIX, 2000, 1-9.
4 bogerkrig og revolution, Den jyske Historiker 83/84, 1999, Teori og metode i studiet af dansk historievidenskabs historie, Arbejdspapirer nr. 2, juni 1997, Historisk Institut, Aarhus Universitet - Videnskabsociologi en oversigt, Den jyske Historiker 61, 1992, List of participants Name and address Address Stefan Berger (United Kingdom) 9 Leafiled Road Disley SK12 2JF, United Kingdom Gabriele Clemens (Germany) Oberstrasse Gutweiler, Germany Mariano Esteban de Vega (Spain) Anche, 8-26 C-4C Salamanca, Spain Monica Flacke (Germany) Jaegerstieg 45A Kleinmachnow, Germany Gabriele Lingelbach (Germany) Svedallee Trier, Germany Sven de Roode, (Programme Coordinator) Orient House, Granby Row M17 AS Manchester, United Kingdom Ilaria Porciani (Italy) Via Giusti Firence, Italy Daniela Saxer (Switzerland) Im Schilf Zürich, Schweiz Jo Tollebeek (Belgium) Michielsplein Overÿse, Belgium Marcello Verga (Italy) Via Montebello 191A Firenze, Italy Anna Zadora (Ukraine) 6a rue de la Charlotte Strasbourg Emmanuelle Picard She-ens 45 Rue d Ulm Paris, France Guy Marchal Burgunderstrasse Basen, Schweiz Renata Latala Rue Stalden Fribourg, Schweiz Claus Møller Jørgensen Herredsvej 44b 8210 Aarhus V, Denmark Jan Ifversen (Head of Department) Ny Tjørnegade 24 Atteding November Århus N, Denmark Sara Mielcke Hansen Herningvej 13, Århus C
5 Den funktionelle kildesyn og den sproglige vending, Per. H. Hansen (red.) Historien, kilderne og historikeren.(in print) 20 s. Civilisation and nation i Danish Educational thinking in the 19th century in Peter Bang (red.) Antikken og nationalstaten (in print). 16 s. -