Work Groups Overview

In the first phase, the five project parts have become integrated in many ways. Most importantly, common topics have emerged that provide lines of comparison, and which have become the focus of joint working groups. For the second phase, their structure has been modified in order to form a number of Transversal Working Groups (TWGs) which unite all project parts, and Cross-Cutting Working Groups (CWGs) which link some of them.

These groups allow for a comparative dialogue between the project parts, combining sensitivity with methodological challenges and model-building with careful disciplinary source studies.

Last Update: 06.07.16