Publications Dr. Simon Unger-Alvi

Monograph

Consensus in Conflict: Nazism and the Shared Foundations of German Intellectual Culture, 1920–1950 (Diss., Univ. Oxford) [in preparation].

Editorship

Nina Valbousquet/Simon Unger-Alvi (Eds.), War and Genocide, Reconstruction and Change: The Global Pontificate of Pius XII, 1939–1958 [in preparation].

(Ed.), Eugenio Pacelli and Germany: New Archival Perspectives on Papal Politics, 1917–1958, Berlin: De Gruyter 2021 (=Themenschwerpunkt, in: Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Bibliotheken 101).

Articles, Book Chapters

"Leaders, not Lords": Führertum, Democracy, and Nazism in the Weimar Republic, Winner of the German History Society Essay Prize (UK) (2018/19), in: German History 39,4 (2021), pp. 560–584.

The Political Ambiguities of the Catholic Church, in: Simon Unger-Alvi (Ed.), Eugenio Pacelli and Germany: New Archival Perspectives on Papal Politics, 1917–1958, Berlin: De Gruyter 2021 (=Themenschwerpunkt, in: Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Bibliotheken 101), pp. 3–13.

Public Criticism and Private Consent: Protestant Journalism between Theology and Nazism, 1920–1960, in: Central European History 53,1 (2020), pp. 94–119.

Johannes Lemke/Simon Unger, Barockrhetorik – Gelehrte als Träger politischer Kommunikation in der frühen Neuzeit, in: Armin Burkhardt (Ed.), Handbuch Politische Rhetorik, Berlin: De Gruyter 2019, pp. 137–156.

Images of the Collective: Shapes, Types, and Bodies in Interwar Germany, in: Bulletin of the German Historical Institute 64 (2019), pp. 53–73, URL: https://www.ghi-dc.org/fileadmin/user_upload/GHI_Washington/Publications/Bulletin64/53.pdf.

Simon Unger/Jaap Dronkers, "Do you really need a Castle?" – Material inheritance and noble status symbols in present-day society, in: Virtus. Journal of Nobility Studies 21 (2014), pp. 129–150.

Simon Unger/Jaap Dronkers, Why and How does the Dutch Nobility retain its Social Relevance?, in: Virtus. Journal of Nobility Studies 19 (2012), pp. 83–102.

Reviews

German History, QFIAB, HSozKult