Jan Eike Dunkhase is an historian of ideas based in Berlin whose research focuses on historiography and German intellectual history in the twentieth century. After receiving his MA in History, Philosophy, and Jewish Studies from Heidelberg University and his PhD in Modern History from Freie Universität Berlin, he worked as a Research Fellow at the Simon-Dubnow-Institute for Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig University and at the German Literature Archive Marbach. He is the author of Werner Conze: Ein deutscher Historiker im 20. Jahrhundert (2010), Spinoza der Hebräer: Zu einer israelischen Erinnerungsfigur (2013), and Absurde Geschichte: Reinhart Kosellecks historischer Existentialismus (2015). His latest book projects have concerned the history of the German Literature Archive (forthcoming, 2020), and, most recently, the edition of the correspondence between Reinhart Koselleck and Carl Schmitt (forthcoming, 2019). During his stay at Bard Graduate Center, Dunkhase will work on Martin Heidegger’s relation to historical science, concentrating on the unpublished records of a seminar from 1926 on Johann Gustav Droysen’s “Outline of Historiology” (Grundriss der Historik, 1868).