Mag. Dr. Sarah Oberbichler

Tel: +43 0512 507-44020

E-Mail: Sarah.Oberbichler@uibk.ac.at 

Room 40613 

 

sarah-oberbichler

Education and Work Experience
  • University of Innsbruck, University of Gothenburg, University of Minnesota; History and German Literature; Mag. phil. 2013 (Innsbruck); Dr. phil. 2019 (University of Innsbruck)
  • 2014 – 2018 PhD position and Research Assistant as part of the project "Labour Migration in South Tirol since the Second Autonomy Statute 1972" at the Institute of Contemporary History, University of Innsbruck
  • 2017 - 2018 Researcher as part of the project ‘Nazi SS' Cultural Commission for Ancestral Inheritance’ on behalf of theAbteilung Kultur im Amt der Tiroler Landesregierung’, Innsbruck, Austria
  • 2017 - 2018 Research Fellow at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (USA)
  • since June 2018 Researcher as part of the Horizon 2020 project ‘Newseye. A Digital Investigator for historical Newspapers’ at the Institute of Contemporary History, University of Innsbruck
  • since October 2018 Researcher as part of the project ‘Development and application of concepts, methods and visual tools for interactive presentation and analysis of archivals’ at the Department of Media, Science and Communication, University of Innsbruck
Awards
  • 2017 – 2018 Minnesota Doctoral Research Fellowship by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW)
  • 2016 Recognition Award "Best Student Paper Award 2016", University of Innsbruck, Austria
  • 2015 – 2017 Ph.D. scholarship, Autonomous Province Bozen – South Tyrol, Italy
  • 2015 Research Scholarship, University of Innsbruck, Austria
  • 2012 Scholarship, Richard and Emmy Bahr-Stiftung, University of Innsbruck, Austria

 

Memberships
  • Arbeitsgruppe Geschichte und Region/storia e regione

 

Publications
  • Zwischen Nutzen und Bedrohung. 25 Jahre Migrationsdiskurs in den Tageszeitungen „Dolomiten“ und „Alto Adige“, in: Eva Pfanzelter/Dirk Rupnow (eds.), einheimisch – zweiheimisch – mehrheimisch. Geschichte(n) der neuen Migration in Südtirol, Bozen 2017, p. 163–179. 
  • with Franziska Niedrist, Flucht nach Südtirol: Der politische Diskurs seit 1990, in: Eva Pfanzelter/Dirk Rupnow (eds.), einheimisch – zweiheimisch – mehrheimisch. Geschichte(n) der neuen Migration in Südtirol, Bozen 2017, p. 71–89.
  • "Calcutta lies … near the Rombrücke": Migration Discourse in Alto Adige and Dolomiten and their Coverage of the Bozen "Immigrant Barracks Camps" of the Early 1990s, in: Georg Grote/Hannes Obermair (eds.): A Land on the Threshold, Lang, Bern 2017. [peer reviewed)
  • Die Südtiroler Medien berichten differenziert, aber doch meist negativ. Interview von Kurt Gritsch, in: Gritsch, Kurt: Vom Kommen und Gehen. Migration in Südtirol. Bozen 2016, p. 141– 144.
  • Atomraketen auf der Plose? Südtirol und der Kalte Krieg: Ein erfahrungsgeschichtlicher Zugang zu den Militärstrukturen am Ploseberg anhand Erinnerungen der Bevölkerung Brixens und des Militärs der italienischen Luftwaffe, Dipl. phil. Innsbruck 2013

 

Detailed Curriculum Vitae

 

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