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Gerda Henkel Prize 2016
The Gerda Henkel Prize 2016 goes to Oxford-based historian Prof. Lyndal Roper. The Gerda Henkel Foundation is honouring Lyndal Roper for her outstanding achievements in the field of Early Modern History.
The 2015 Annual Report of Gerda Henkel Foundation has been published as an online version for tablet PCs for the first time. The App can be downloaded from the App Store, Google Play or from Windows Store.
On June 21, 2016, the Gerda Henkel Foundation celebrates its 40th anniversary. Since 1976, the year in which Lisa Maskell established the Foundation in memory of her mother, the Foundation has been supporting academic research in the field of the historical humanities. In order to celebrate the anniversary, a new project will be presented on this website every week, each of which will represent one year of the Foundation’s history.