Martin Rempe: Musical Life and the Military in the Long Nineteenth Century. A Global History Perspective

19.05.2022, Seminar, online

DHI Rom: Seminarzyklus "Contrappunto. Modern History & Music History Talks (2021–2022)". 19.05.2022. 17.00–18.30 Uhr.

Martin Rempe is a historian of Modern European and Global History. Currently, he is funded by the DFG Heisenberg Programme and hosted by the University of Konstanz. Rempe holds a PhD from Humboldt University, Berlin and habilitated at the University of Konstanz. He was fellow at the Free University Berlin, at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, and at the Deutsches Museum, Munich. Rempe is author of Entwicklung im Konflikt. Die EWG und der Senegal, 1957–1975 (Böhlau: 2012). An English version of his recent book Kunst, Spiel, Arbeit. Musikerleben in Deutschland, 1850 bis 1960 (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht: 2020) is programmed in Brill’s series Studies in Central European Histories.