Publikationen

 

cities-as-multiple-landscapes

Christina Antenhofer, Günter Bischof, Robert L. Dupont, Ulrich Leitner (eds.): Cities as Multiple Landscapes – Investigating the Sister Cities Innsbruck and New Orleans (2016), aus der Reihe Interdisziplinäre Stadtforschung

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Contemporary Austrian Studies

 

Die Zeitschrift "Contemporary Austrian Studies" wird vom Direktor des Center Austria, Günter Bischof, sowie Mark Landry, stellvertretender Direktor des Center Austria, und wechselnden Editoren an der Universität Innsbruck herausgegeben. Seit dem Sommer 2017 erscheint die Zeitschrift peer-reviewed.

 

Austrian Studies

 

Overview of Contemporary Austrian Studies Volumes

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Overview of Transatlantic Publications


  • Volume 10: Annemarie  Steidl: Migration to the U.S.
  • Volume 9: Dominik Hoffmann-Wellenhof: Ruth Klüger and Frederic Morton
  • Volume 8: Günter Bischof/Jason Dawsey/Bernhard Fetz (eds.): The Life and Work of Günther Anders: Èmigré, Iconoclast, Philosopher, Man of Letters (2015)
  • Günter Bischof/Jason Dawsey/Bernhard Fetz, eds.: Günther Andechs: Emigré, Iconoclast, Philosopher, Man of Letters (Vol. 8,  2015).
  • Günter Bischof: Relationships/Beziehungsgeschichten: Austria and the United States in the Twentieth Century (Vol. 4, 2014).
  • Günter Bischof/Jason Dawsey/Bernhard Fetz, eds.: Günther Anders: Emigré, Iconoclast, Philosopher, Man of Letters (Vol. 8, 2015).
  • Bernd Ostendorf, New Orleans: Creolinization and All That Jazz, vol. 7 (2013)
  • Günter Bischof, Relationships/Beziehungsgeschichten: Austria and the United States in the 20th Century (forthcoming 2014)

StudienVerlag

 

Jägerstätter - a play by Felix Mitterer

Felix Mitterer’s gripping drama Jägerstätter is based on the life and death of the martyr Franz Jägerstätter (1907-1943), an Austrian farmer who refused to fight for Hitler because of his Catholic faith. Mitterer depicts Franz, who was beatified by Pope Benedict XVI in 2007, as a courageous but struggling and insecure human being—and not at all as a saint.