Guido Thiemeyer

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Guido Thiemeyer (2017)

Guido Thiemeyer (born February 8, 1967 in Cologne ) is a German historian and professor of modern history at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf .


Guido Thiemeyer studied history, philosophy and economics at the University of Cologne , where he worked in 1997 with the work Vom "Pool Vert" for the European Economic Community. European Integration, Cold War and the Beginnings of the Common European Agricultural Policy 1950–1957 under Jost Dülffer . He was a scholarship holder of the German Historical Institute in Paris and the Cultural Studies Institute of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia in Essen. From 1998 to 2010 Thiemeyer was a research assistant and university lecturer at the Chair of European Studies at the University of Kassel . In 2004 he completed his habilitation in Kassel with a thesis on “Internationalism and Diplomacy. Monetary Policy Cooperation in the European State System 1865–1900 ”. Visiting professorships and substitute professorships took him to the universities of Innsbruck (Austria), Metz (France), Siegen , Heidelberg and Cologne . From 2010 to 2013 he was Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Cergy-Pontoise near Paris. He has been a member of the board of the Franco-German Historical Committee since 2006 and its President since 2016. The main research area is international history, especially the history of European integration.


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