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National Socialism) in Hamburg and then became a professor for modern and contemporary history at the University of Freiburg.

Ulrich Herbert's discipline is contemporary history. In his doctoral thesis on "foreign workers" in the wartime economy of the Third Reich he not only looked into the economic and deployment of labour policies of the German authorities in the Reich and in the occupied territories, but also highlighted the specific ideology-based interlinkage of social policy and racism. Widely known in scholarly circles is his monograph on Werner Best entitled "Biographische Studien über Radikalismus, Weltanschauung und Vernunft" which takes a contextual view of ideological convictions and their rational implementation by the ruling system of National Socialism. This work is considered a landmark study of the problem of continuity before and after 1945 as well as of the efforts of suppression made by political and social elites in the early years of the Federal Republic. In Ulrich Herbert the nominating committee honours a young historian who has an important contribution to make to the current discussion about the recent German past.

Professor Dr. Martin Johannes Lohse (42), Pharmacology, University of Würzburg (DM 3 million)

Martin Johannes Lohse studied medicine and philosophy at the Universities of Gttingen, London and Paris holding scholarships of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes and the Gouvernement Fran?ais and obtained his doctorate in 1981. He received his scientific training at the pharmacological institutes in Bonn and Heidelberg and at Duke University in Durham, USA. In 1988 he qualified for a professorship in Heidelberg and in 1990 - as a Heisenberg Fellow - joined the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried where he became head of a working group. In 1993 he accepted a C4 professorship for pharmacology and toxicology at the University of Würzburg.

Being a molecular pharmacologist, Martin Johannes Lohs
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Contact: Dr. Eva-Maria Streier
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Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
18-Dec-1998


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