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    • Lummerding, Susanne (2005)
      Considering the abundant promises and euphoric expectations (as well as apocalyptic visions of technology) that still dominate discourses on media and technology my analysis focuses on their cultural and social condition, ...
    • Kramer, Anke; Pelz, Annegret (2013)
      The twenty-tow contributions in this transnational and interdisciplinary volume delve into the material, symbolic and aesthetic dimensions of the album format using approaches from the fields of cultural studies, literary ...
    • Dietz, Christopher (2013)
      In the centre of this study stand some 154 letters exchanged between the Austrian writer Alexander Lernet-Holenia (1897-1976) and Maria Charlotte ("Lotte") Sweceny (née Stein, 1904-1956), the co-proprietor of the Viennese ...
    • Deutschmann, Peter (2017)
      The monograph explores, by means of a diachronic overview, the ways in which historical dramas in Czech literature changed between the outset of the Czech national rebirth and the Republic of Czechoslovakia between the ...
    • Hall, Murray G.; Köstner, Christa (2006)
      When Austria was annexed by Hitler Germany in March 1938, the National Library in Vienna was not only the biggest scientific library in the country, it was now the third largest in the German Reich. Its status among and ...
    • Gidl, Anneliese (2007)
      The Deutsche und Österreichische Alpenverein resulted from a merger of the Österreichischer Alpenverein founded in 1862 with the Deutsche Alpenverein in 1873. Both clubs had been initiated by urban circles in Vienna, Munich ...
    • Steidl, Katharina (2018-11)
      Why is there a history of photography but no history of the photogram? The publication pursues this question by approaching the specific materiality, the scientific and artistic qualities of the photogram on the basis of ...
    • Kaser, Karl (2013)
      The ‘pictorial turn’ has had significant impact on the human, cultural, religious and social sciences since the middle of the 1990s; theory construction has been primarily oriented towards the western world. This is why ...
    • Spreitzer, Brigitte (2014)
      Brigitte Spreitzer makes Anna Freud’s literary texts fully accessible in this book for the first time. The detailed preface contextualises Anna Freud’s literary texts as paradigmatic sources, which are documenting the ...
    • Kremer, Gabrielle (2001)
      Most of the stone blocks left from roman time in the province of Noricum were initially part of funerary monuments. The aim of this book is to reconstruct the architectural form of these monumental tombs, to develope a ...
    • Zimmermann, Norbert (2015-02)
      Under the main theme “Ancient Painting between Local Style and Period Style”, 150 specialists from 16 nations dedicated themselves in September 2010 in Ephesus to the characteristics of period and/or local styles in ancient ...
    • Zimmermann, Norbert (2015)
      Under the main theme “Ancient Painting between Local Style and Period Style”, 150 specialists from 16 nations dedicated themselves in September 2010 in Ephesus to the characteristics of period and/or local styles in ancient ...
    • Schübler, Walter (2018-10)
      Walter Schübler’s biography paints a portrait of the extravagant bon vivant Anton Kuh with all his facets: the militant publicist, whose polemical squibs provided a running commentary to happenings in Vienna and Berlin, ...
    • Hofeneder, Andreas (2018)
      Appian’s Celtic History, which deals with the military conflicts between Romans and Celts from the 4th cent. BC until the conquest of Gaul by Caesar, is despite its fragmentary state a valuable source, as it contains various ...
    • Gugl, Christian (2000)
      The Claudian-era Municipium Teurnia, today's St. Peter in Holz, is situated four kilometers west of Spittal an der Drau (Carinthia, Austria). Along with Virunum, Celeia, luvavum and Aguntum, Teurnia counts as one of the ...
    • Prokop, Ursula (2005)
      This manuscript is based on the results of a research project (No. 7726), carried out at the Institute for the History of Art (University of Vienna) under the direction of Professor Dr. Peter Haiko, and sponsored by the ...
    • Rumpfhuber, Andreas (2013)
      The book takes up the (post-)operaist concept of immaterial labour (cf. Maurizio Lazzarato: 1998, Toni Negri, Michael Hardt: 2000) and relates it to spatial processes and architectural projects from the 1960s. The book’s ...
    • Filigenzi, Anna (2015)
      Buddhist rock sculpture of Swat/Uddiyana (7th-8th cent. CE): Analytical study of its aesthetic values, technical concept, historical background and cultural influence
    • Schwentner, Isabella (2017-12)
      Historical-critical edition of Arthur Schnitzler’s novella Blumen. The volume presents all bequeathed manuscripts as full-size facsimiles with transcriptions and a print text with a display of textual variants. It is ...
    • Kintrup, Carola (2017)
      The study of the Attic sarcophagi from Ephesos throws a light on the tectonics, the ornaments, the iconography and the stylistic development as a basis for a relative chronology of the genre on site. The results of this ...