Introducing the Association
The Austrian Studies Association
continues traditions started in 1961,
as the only North American association devoted to scholarship on all aspects of Austrian, Austro-Hungarian, and Habsburg territory cultural life and
history from the eighteenth century until today.
(more . . . )
The association's journal, the
Journal of Austrian Studies, under the editorship of Todd Herzog (U of Cincinnati) and Hilary Hope Herzog (U of Kentucky),
is the successor to Modern Austrian Literature. (more . . . )
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- ELECTION RESULTS: Congratulations to our newest addition to our Association's government:
- NIEW VICE PRESIDENT: MIchael Burri (Bryn Mawr College)
- NEW BOARD MEMBERS: Heidi Schlipphacke (U of Illinois, Chicago) and Peter Meilaender (U of Houghton)
- NEW STUDENT BOARD MEMBER: Amy Braun (Wash U St. Louis)
- The 2019 Conference will be hosted by Bowling Green State U, Ohio, April 11-14, 2019
THEME: Austria in Europe: Migration, Immigration, Integration: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives
Call for papers downloadable here.
Queries about the conference may be sent to email@example.com
The conference website is now up and running; the program and sponsor info will still need to be amended slightly,
but the travel, registration & accommodation information is accurate.
We are delighted with the range of topics and the exciting line-up of presenters.
In addition to our keynote speakers, our Max Kade writer in residence Clemens Berger, and the Austrian rapper Yasmo (Yasmin Hafedh),
we are fortunate to be able to include two films on Thursday & Friday night (11 & 12 April) respectively :
If you are planning to attend the conference and are interested in moderating a panel, please let the organizers know: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Der Bauer zu Nathal: Kein Film über Thomas Bernhard (2018), 90 Min.
http://www.derbauerzunathal.at/. Directors: David Baldinger & Matthias Greuling; Co-Producers: Matthias Greuling & Robert von Dassanowsky.
- Unten (A 2016), 87 Min. https://www.film.at/unten. Directors: Djordje Cenic & Hermann Peseckas & Discussion with filmmaker
- New LISTSERV for ASA: "The News". To subscribe, visit the information page: The News, where you
will find details and the email address. Anyone interested in events for Austrian studies is encouraged to sign up.
Note, however, that this listserv is intended for professional notifications: conferences, books appearing, scholarships, grants, and other opportunities for those interested in all facets of
Austrian Studies, including requests for specialized information (e.g. where can I find . . . ?). You will be blocked if you send Spam or unrelated messages.
- HONORARY MEMBERS:
The ASA has had the honor of establishing a panel of HONORARY MEMBERS who support our work disseminating scholarship on Austrian culture in all its forms.
Join us in thanking them for their interest, and in honoring their leadership in Austrian Arts and Letters.
- NOTE: To join the Austrian Studies Association, subscribe to its journal; use the MEMBERSHIP link above to contact the U of Nebraska Press,
which is taking our subscriptions.
- NOTE: For any information on submitting to the Journal of Austrian Studies (the journal which continues Modern Austrian Literature,
which is no longer an active title),
please contact the editors: Todd Herzog (U of Cincinnati) and Hilary Hope Herzog (U of Kentucky), at email@example.com.
- Contact the Book Review Editor, Joseph Moser, at firstname.lastname@example.org
- For reprint permission, please contact the editors, as above.
- IMPORTANT: To file claims for MISSING ISSUES, see
- The 2018 Conference was hosted by the University of Vermont, Burlington, 230 May-1 June 2018
THEME: AUSTRIA AND THE EAST/ ÖSTERREICH UND DER OSTEN |
- 2017 Conference: webpage.
- 2016 Conference: webpage.
- 2015 Conference: webpage.
- 2014 Conference: webpage.
- 2013 Conference: webpage.
- 2012 Conference Pictures, taken by Sophia Clark, UCLB Conference.
- FYI: The association constitution may be downloaded here. Use the "history" link on the left for other information on