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Ulinka Rublack awarded a Reimar Lüst Award

last modified Jan 10, 2019 10:00 AM
Professor Rublack received the award in recognition of her contributions to the history of the Reformation and the cultural and gender history of the Early Modern Period in Germany.

Prof Ulinka Rublack has been awarded a 2018 Reimar Lüst Award, in recognition of her contributions to the history of the Reformation and the cultural and gender history of the Early Modern Period in Germany. This prestigious award is granted to humanities scholars and social scientists working outside Germany who, through their research, have shaped academic and cultural relations between Germany and their own countries.

https://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/60508076.html

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