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forthcoming March 2024:

Competing Memories of European Border Towns. Edited by Steen Bo Frandsen, Jörg Hackmann, Kimmo Katajala.

Routledge Borderlands Studies. London: Routledge, 2024


Jörg Hackmann, Marta Kopij-Weiß:
Narody w kontakcie i w konflikcie. Stosunki polsko-niemieckie 1806-1918. (Polska - Niemcy: Wspólna historia, t. 3)
Wrocław: Wydawnictwo Centrum Studiów Niemieckich i Europejskich im. Willy'ego Brandta UWr, 2023


Geselligkeit in Nordosteuropa

Studien zu Vereinskultur, Zivilgesellschaft und Nationalisierungsprozessen in einer polykulturellen Region (1770–1950) (Veröffentlichungen des Nordost-Instituts, 19), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2020

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10th International Conference on History and Culture in North Eastern Europe:

The End of the Great Northern War, 1721 – a Turn in the Baltic Sea Region, but where to?

Tallinn, 7-11 September 2022


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AABS

Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies

President-Elect 2022-2024


29th Biennial AABS Conference
June 13–16, 2024, Yale University, New Haven

Session at the XXIII International Congress of Historical Sciences, Poznań, 21-27.8.2022

ST06 Uncomfortable Heritage. Symbolic Bordering and De-bordering in (Post)Conflict Constellations

new articles

The many notions of “Baltic” space. Historical and political imaginaries of North-Eastern Europe, 19th-21st centuries, in: Diacronie. Studi di Storia Contemporanea, 52:4 (2022): Imagining North-Eastern Europe. Baltic and Scandinavian states in the eyes of local, regional, and global observers, 1-19

Der Ostseeraum als Geschichtsregion. Klaus Zernacks Konzeption von Nordosteuropa, in: Zapiski Historyczne 86:3 (2021), 117-138.
DOI: 10.15762/ZH.2021.25

The end of “East Central Europe” and the return of “Europe in-between”, in: Baltic Worlds 14:1-2 (2021), 33-44

CBSS International Spring School 2024: Uncomfortable Heritage in the Baltic Sea Region and Beyond: From Negation to Re-interpretation, Kulice, 10-15 March, 2024

Relaunch of the Brill book series:

On the Boundary of Two Worlds. Transregional Baltic Studies

Series Editors: Jörg Hackmann, Kristina Jõekalda, Mart Kuldkepp, and Gustavs Strenga

Associate Editor: Martyn Housden

Founding Editor: Leonidas Donskis