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Das Radio als geschichtskultureller Akteur in Westdeutschland, 1945-1963

research. This study originated in the DFG Research Group »Historische Lebenswel- ten in populären Wissenskulturen der Gegenwart – History in Popular Cultures of Knowledge«, and thanks are due to co-speaker Sylvia Paletschek and the re- search group’s members for an inspiring exchange of ideas. My special thanks go to my colleagues in the junior research group »Populäre Geschichts- und Wissenskulturen – Popular Cultures of History and Knowledge«: Melanie Fritscher-Fehr, Aibe-Marlene Gerdes, Simon Maria Hassemer, Imke von Hel- den, Konstantin Rapp, Evamaria

scholarship holder of the graduate research group »Friends, Patrons, Clients« at the Uni- versity of Freiburg. As an associate member of the research group »Popular Cultures of History« she is working on a project about the popularization of history and archaeology in Scotland. Her research interests range across the fields of archaeology and history during Roman and Medieval times. Axel Heimsoth is a historian and works as a research assistant at the Ruhr Museum, Essen. His main research interests are Westphalian transport histo- ry, the Ruhr in the Napoleonic era

dimensions. Through employing colonial techniques of domination like exploring, trading, map-making and military manoeuvring, players create their personal colonial pasts and futures” (2010: 2). For example, in reiterating Michel Foucault’s power analysis of the archive, Adrienne Shaw (2015) argues that historical games similarly rely on conventional understandings of history, especially with an emphasis on the so-called authen- ticity of the material cultures of history (Köstlbauer 2013; Salvati & Bullinger 2013), which in turn is mostly predicated on what sells

monograph on British poetry anthologies from the Renais- sance until the twentieth century. Billie Melman is Professor of History, Henry Glasberg Chair of European Studies and Director of the Graduate School of Historical Studies at Tel Aviv University. She is author of The Culture of History: English Uses of the Past, 1800-1953 (2006) and Women’s Orient: English Women and the Middle East, 1718-1918 (1992) and co-editor, with Stefan Berger and Chris Lorenz, of Popularizing National Pasts 1800 to the Present (2012). Philipp Müller is Lecturer at University

Polen nach 1989 beispiellos ist. Dies führte zu einer tiefen und irreparab- len Zäsur im Museum und in der geschichtskulturellen Entwicklung des demo- kratischen Polen. Der Gründungsdirektor des Museums, Paweł Machcewicz, musste nach monatelangem Gezerre im April 2017 – einen Monat nach der Er- 1 Eine Übersicht der Debatte bietet: Logemann, Daniel: „On ‚Polish History‘: Disputes over the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk“, in: Cultures of History Fo- rum, http://www.cultures-of-history

certain segments of the past significant and useful for their present concerns and interpretative needs. »Cultures of history«, according to Billie Melman (2006: 11), are »cultures at work«; they make »versions of history meaningful and workable for individuals within the constrictions of society, the economy, and the state«, and they do so »both in a social and material world and in their imaginary« (Melman 2006: 4). Historical cultures today draw from a wide range of media and forms, notably those with a main- stream or even ›popular‹ appeal.2 The particular

Academic Freedom in Poland. In: Cultures of History Forum (12.09.2017). URL: www.cultures- the-state-of-academic-freedom-in-poland/ (letzter Zugriff: 13.11.2017). Budde, Gunilla; Conrad, Sebastian; Janz, Oliver: Vorwort. In: Budde, Gunilla; Conrad, Sebastian; Janz, Oliver (Hg.): Transnationale Geschichte.Themen, Ten- denzen und Theorien. Göttingen 2006, S. 11-14. Bugge, Peter: »Land und Volk« – oder: Wo liegt Böhmen? In: Geschichte und Gesellschaft 28 (2002), H. 3, S. 404-434. Bundesinstitut