UNO-UIBK Visiting Professors

 

 

From the University of Innsbruck to the University of New Orleans 


Spring 2017
Doris G. Eibl (Romance Languages)
She was Visiting Professor at UNO’s Department of English and Foreign Languages. Her main fields of research are the contemporary French novel and the Quebec novel in the 20th century. She wrote a Ph.D. thesis on the novels of the Suzanne Jacob („Romaneske Un-Heimlichkeiten im Spannungsfeld von Postmoderne und ‚écriture au féminin’ – Suzanne Jacob und der Quebecker Roman seit 1976“).
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Fall 2016
Gerhard Rampl (Linguistics)
He was Visiting Professor of Linguistics at the Foreign Languages Department of UNO. His main fields of research are onomastics, geographical information systems, interactional onomastics, and new media. 
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Spring 2016
Andreas Oberprantacher (Philosophy)
He was Visiting Professor at the Department of History of UNO. His main fields of research are philosophy in a globalized world, political theory and aesthetics, social and cultural philosophy, media and technical philosophy, theory of the social and cultural sciences, peace and conflict research, and qualitative social research and philosophy of science.
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Spring 2011
Christina Antenhofer (History)
She was Visiting Professor at the UNO. Her main fields of research are history of the middle ages and historical complementary science. She wrote a postdoctoral thesis on mankind-object relations in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance on the example of  princely courts of the southern German and northern Italian region. Her doctoral thesis is about the correspondence about Paula de Gonzaga und Leonhard von Görz (1473-1500).
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Spring 2003
Heinrich Neisser (Political Science)


Spring 2001
Kerstin Fink (Information Systems)


Spring 2000
Friedrich Roithmayr (Information Systems)



Spring 2000
Erna Appelt (Political Science)


Spring 1999
Roland Hinterhölzl (Civil Engineering)


Fall 1998
Josef Quitterer (Christian Philosophy)


Spring 1997
Erna Appelt (Political Science)


Fall 1994
Rolf Steininger (Contemporary History)

Fall 1994
Peter Wagner (Mathematics)


Spring 1991
Paul Tschurtschenthaler (Economics)


Spring 1991
Ferdinand Karlhofer (Political Science)


Spring 1989
Heinz Tiefenthaler (Street and Traffic Planning)


Spring 1989
Günther Lorenz (History)


Spring 1988
Rainer Gstrein (Music)


Spring 1987
Andreas Maislinger (Political Science)


Fall 1985
Erich Thöni (Public Finance)


Spring 1984
Rainer Nick (Political Science)


Fall 1983
Franz Mathis (History)


Fall 1981
Anton Pelinka (Political Science)


 


From the University of New Orleans to the University of Innsbruck


Fall 2017
Olivier Bourderionnet (Foreign Languages)
He will be Visiting Professor at the Department of Romance Languages  of the University of Innsbruck. His main research interests are: Nineteenth- and twentieth-century French literature and culture, French Cultural Studies, literary criticism and theory, French poetics, French song from the troubadours to techno, jazz studies, Post-colonial theory, cinema and film theory. 
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Spring 2017
Andrea Mostermann (History)
She was Vistiting Professor at the Department of History and Philosophy and the Department of American Studies of the University of Innsbruck. In her work, she explores the multi-faceted dimensions of slavery, slave trade, and cross-cultural contact in the Dutch Atlantic and Early America.
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Spring 2016
Günter Bischof (History)
He was Visiting Professor at the Department of History of the Univeristy of Innsbruck. Günter Bischof is Marshallplan-Professor for History and Director of the Austrian Marshall Plan Center for European Studies at the University of New Orleans. His main research interests are American & European Diplomatics, 20th Century, and Central Europe.
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Spring 2011
Molly Mitchell (History)
She was Visitng Professor at the Department of History of the University of Innsbruck. Her main research interests are the U.S. South, Slavery & Emancipation, Nineteenth-Century Cultural History, and Visual Culture.
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Spring 2003
Michael Huelshoff (Political Science)


Spring 2002
Steven Shull (Political Science)


Spring 2001

Dennis Gleiber (Political Science)


Spring 1999
Dinah Payne (Management)


Spring 1999
Frederic Dimanche (Health, Recreation, Tourism)


Fall 1998
Jim Stone (Philosophy)


Spring 1997
Michael Huelshoff (Political Science)


Spring 1997
Christine Day (Political Science)


Fall 1996
Milton Pressley (Marketing)


Fall 1994
Michael Huelshoff (Political Science)


Spring 1991
Charles Rees (Mathematics)


Spring 1991
Christine Day (Political Science)


Spring 1990
Milton Pressley (Marketing)


Spring 1989
Mickey Lauria (Urban & Public Affairs)


Spring 1989
Willerd Fann (History)


Spring 1988
Charles Blancq (Music)


Spring 1987
Charles Hadley, Jr. (Political Science)


Spring 1984
Werner Feld (Political Science)