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  • (from left to right) Felix Wilhelm, Giacomo Pirani, Tobit Loevenich, Sofia Santosuosso, Anja Thaller, Patrick Woll

    MGH Fellows 2023

    In the past year, 2023, the MGH were proud to support six scholars at the beginning of their academic careers with scholarships for the

  • News

    Hands-on Medievistics

    Together with their liaison lecturer, Prof. Daniela Neri-Ultsch from the Universität Regensburg, a group of scholarship holders of the

  • Call for Applications for Four One-Month MGH Scholarships 2024

    Call for Applications for Four One-Month MGH Scholarships 2024

    In 2024, the MGH offer four one-month scholarships for doctoral students and postdocs.

  • The inspirational view over Lake Starnberg contributed to making the conference highly productive.

    A conference sending important impulses

    Under the title „Zwischen Personengeschichte und Institutsgeschichte: Die MGH von 1919 bis 1959“ (Between personal and institutional hi...

  • Historical and crititical source research stands for democracy and humanity.

    Solidarity with Israel

    The MGH are appalled by the violent attack of the Islamist terror organisation Hamas against Israel. We extend our thoughts and our sol

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    Treasures in the Mail

    The MGH are currently preparing to resume work on the digital edition of the correspondence of the famous medieval scholar, Ernst Kanto...

  • Group portrait with Lady (left to right): Prof. Dr Martin Schulze Wessel (Collegium Carolinum), Prof. Dr Reinhard Stauber (Historische Kommission), Prof. Dr Markus Schwaiger (Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften), Minister Markus Blume MdL, Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Martina Hartmann (MGH), Prof. Dr Hartmut Leppin (Historisches Kolleg), Prof. Dr Dr Arndt Bode (Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften). ©StMWK

    Target agreement 2023

    Together with the heads of other historical institutions in Bavaria, MGH president Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Martina Hartmann was invited to the

  • Two fellowships for a one-month research visit to the Monumenta Germaniae Historica in Munich from July 2024 to March 2025

    Call for applications for two MGH fellowships

    The MGH friends association „Pro arte edendi – Freunde der MGH e.V.“ calls for applications for two MGH fellowships for a one-month res

  • Prof. Kedar (on the left) in discussion with MGH staff about current developments in Crusade history.

    A Most Welcome Guest

    The MGH are proud to have received the visit of Prof. Dr Benjamin Z. Kedar, emeritus professor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem an

  • Thanks to stout umbrellas, the visitors arrived almost dry to hear Prof. Dr Stefan Peterson's introduction to the history of the MGH in the foyer of the Munich Institute.

    Visitors from Paris

    This year once again the Deutsches Historisches Institut Paris conducted an excursion to Munich under the motto „Munich pour les Médiév...

  • Dracula at the MGH
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    Dracula at the MGH

    A recent weekend edition of the Süddeutsche Zeitung contained an article featuring Prof. Dr Christof Paulus’ research on the written so...

  • The participants of this year's Leibniz Congress. Photo: Niels Stappenbeck, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek - Niedersächsische Landesbibliothek.

    „Le present est plein de l’avenir, et chargé du passé“

    Prof. Dr Dr h.c. Martina Hartmann, President of the MGH , held a lecture at the 2023 Leibniz Congress in Hannover.