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    • Pichler, Peter (2011)
      European integration represents a historically unprecedented and new form of a continent's peaceful unification. Therefore, historiography needs innovative theoretical concepts to illustrate this process appropriately; at ...
    • Wozonig, Karin S. (2008)
      This book presents the development and present status of adaptions of chaos theory for literary studies. Furthermore the integration of these methodological approaches into a discipline that is oriented towards cultural ...
    • Kuretsidis-Haider, Claudia (2006)
      From December 1944 until the end of March 1945, there existed a forced labour camp for Hungarian Jews in Engerau (today town district Petrzalka of the Slovakian capital Bratislava), which war part of the "Reich Defense ...
    • Gerlach, Karlheinz (2007)
      In the centre of the present research on the social history of the Prussian freemasonry in the 18 century are the history of the lodges, the membership and its structure, the social and cultural life of the lodges and their ...
    • Gerlach, Karlheinz; Reinalter, Helmut (2014)
      "The Lodges in Berlin" is the first part of the trilogy "The Freemasons in Old Prussia" (p.2 " The Lodges between the Middle Oder and the Lower Rhine", and p.3 "The Lodges in Pomerania, Prussia and Silesia", published in ...
    • Gerlach, Karlheinz (2009)
      The research “The Freemasons in Ancient Prussia 1738 – 1806” is the result of a research project of the Research Centre for Democratic Movements at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Innsbruck in cooperation ...
    • König, Thomas (2012)
      Austria was among the first countries after WWII where the Fulbright Program was set up. In October 1950, a Fulbright Commission convened for the first time in Vienna to arrange for the annual exchange of about 100 scholars ...
    • Brandtner, Marina (2011)
      This book is about political conflict in the First Austrian Republic, in a region which can be aptly described as having been a focal point of social and political antagonism in the times under consideration. Its main ...
    • Hessenberger, Edith (2013)
      Biographic narratives are shaped by many factors. The shape old people finally select for the retrospective view of their lives, is for example influenced by the current narrative situation, by the individual's perception ...
    • Kumar, Victoria (2016)
      The publication “Land of promise – place of refuge” addresses the emigration and flight of Austrian Jewish women and men to Palestine by embedding it in the history of the overall Palestine migration since the beginning ...
    • Brugger, Eveline; Wiedl, Birgit (2005)
      The still existing source material on the history of the Jews in Austria in the Middle Ages is unique in Europe. The huge number of sources give information on the economic, legal, and personal situation of the Jews as ...
    • Brugger, Eveline; Wiedl, Birgit (2010)
      A remarkably high number of medieval sources on the history of Jews can be found in Austria. This huge amount of sources provides information on the economic, legal and personal situation of the Jews as well as on the ...
    • Brugger, Eveline; Wiedl, Birgit (2015)
      The remarkably high number of medieval sources on the history of Austrian Jews allows for insights into the economic, legal, and social standing of the Jews as well as into how the Christian environment treated them. The ...
    • Brugger, Eveline; Wiedl, Birgit (2018-10)
      The remarkably high number of medieval sources on the history of Austrian Jews provide insights into the economic, legal, and social standing of the Jews as well as into how the Christian environment treated them. The ...
    • Stadler, Franz (2013)
      Robert Neumann (1897–1957, Austrian exiled author and Vicepresidet of the PEN International, was even a disputatious antifascist political writer. His essays, his letters and biograpical documents give a vivid portrait of ...
    • Riegler, Thomas (2009)
      "Terrorism. 9/11 in Context" is an anthology of thematic priorities that aims to establish a better understanding of the complexities of terrorism aside from one-dimensional characterisations in media and politics. The ...
    • Schmied-Kowarzik, Anatol (2010)
      Focussing on the necessary renewal of the economic compromise of Cisleithania and Hungary in 1897, the beginning of the great "Crisis of the Dualism of the Habsburg Monarchy" will be examined. This work is based on the ...
    • Schmoller, Andreas (2010)
      The publication entitled "Vergangenheit, die nicht vergeht. Das Gedächtnis der Shoah in Frankreich seit 1945 im Medium Film" (A past, that doesn't pass. Holocaust Memory in France since 1945 in the Media Film) explores the ...