CENTRAL EUROPEAN HISTORY SOCIETY

Past winners of the Hans Rosenberg Article Prize

2013
Jacob M. Baum, "From Incense to Idolatry: The Reformation of Olfaction in Late Medieval German Ritual," Sixteenth Century Journal 44: 2 (2014), 323-44. 

2011
Jonathan R. Zatlin, “Unifying without Integrating: The East German Collapse and German Unity,” Central European History 43 (2010): 487-507.

2009
Kathy Stuart, “Suicide by Proxy: The Unintended Consequences of Public Executions in Eighteenth-Century Germany,” Central European History 41 (2008): 413-445

2007
Mary Nolan, “German as Victims During the Second World War: Air Wars, Memory Wars,”published in Central European History, vol., 38 ( March 2005);

Robert G. Moeller, “Germans as Victims? Thoughts on a Post-Cold-War History of World War II’s Legacies,” History and Memory, vol.17 (Spring/Summer, 2005)

2005
Benjamin Hett, "The Captain of Köpenick and the Transformation of German Criminal Justice, 1891-1914," Central European History 36, 1 (2003): 1-43.

2003
Michael Geyer, “Insurrectionary Warfare: The German Debate About a Levee en Masse in October 1918,” The Journal of Modern History 73 (September 2001): 459-527.

2001
George Williamson, “What Killed August von Kotzebue? The Temptations of Virtue and the Political Theology of German Nationalism, 1789-1819,” The Journal of Modern History 72 (December 2000): 890-943.

1999
Karl Bahm, “Beyond the Bourgeoisie: Rethinking Nation, Culture, and Modernity in Nineteenth-Century Central Europe,” Austrian History Yearbook 29, pt. 1 (1998): 19-35.

1997
Robert Moeller, “War Stories: The Search for a Useable Past in the Federal Republic of Germany,” The American Historical Review 101 (October 1996): 1008-1048.