Historical Judgement. Magazine of the Deutsches Historisches Museum

Historical Judgement

The magazine of the Deutsches Historisches Museum

Historical-political judgement is formed in the discussion of diverse, often opposing opinions: it is indispensable when we reflect on present-day events in the light of the past, recall past occurrences or want to research them. The Deutsches Historisches Museum understands itself as a place to strengthen this judgement; its magazine “Historical Judgement”, published since 2019, strives to establish itself in this sense as a space for debating comprehensive historical, philosophical, ethical and museological questions.

The magazine is a pointedly open and independent forum through which it hopes to elucidate how (historical) events can be seen from different perspectives and interpreted and judged in different ways – thus providing the possibility to critically examine one’s own judgement, to assess it on a comparative basis and to reflect on its place in the general discussion.

Second issue

Cover second issue “Historical Judgement. Magazine of the Deutsches Historisches Museum”

Historical Judgement 02. Magazine of the Deutsches Historisches Museum
Cover story: documenta. History / Art / Politics

The articles in the second issue of the magazine open new perspectives on the “documenta” and the postwar period, contradicting the claim of an aesthetic new start after 1945. 

 

 

 

Historical Judgement 02
Magazine of the Deutsches Historisches Museum (in German with English-language supplement)
2020, 112 pages
Price of a single copy € 10,– [Germany] | € 10,30 [Austria]
ISSN 2626-8094 | ISBN 978-3-86102-216-9

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First issue

Cover first issue “Historical Judgement. Magazine of the Deutsches Historisches Museum”

Historical Judgement 01. Magazine of the Deutsches Historisches Museum
Cover story: The Stone Cross from Cape Cross – Colonial Objects and Historical Justice

Starting from an outstanding, but also controversial object in the Permanent Exhibition of the Deutsches Historisches Museum – the Stone Cross of Cape Cross – the first issue of the magazine is devoted to the topic of “colonial objects and historical justice” and also contains, among other things, articles on the theory of democracy, on the relation between anti-Semitism and economy, and on the difference between historiography and narrative.

 

Content and authors

Contents of the English-language supplement

Historical Judgement 01
Magazine of the Deutsches Historisches Museum
2019, 104 pages
Price of a single copy € 10,– [Germany] | € 10,30 [Austria]
ISSN 2626-8094 | ISBN 978-3-86102-214-5

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