Hamburg Institute for Social Research


Hamburg Institute for Social Research (HIS) was established in 1984. The hallmarks of the Institute are its broad theoretical openness to a variety of themes in research and a distinctive range of services for the interested public. This includes the Library, which is open to the public, and the Archives, which house holdings that are unique in Germany. The core of the Institute’s activities, however, is research, which is committed to dialogue in the humanities and social sciences. Scholars work together in empirical social research, historical analysis, and theory-building in the social sciences to conduct research projects and numerous conferences and lectures in collaboration with other German and European institutions.

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