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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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    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.

    We will be holding an election for two new board members from North America who will serve from the 2016 to 2018 board meetings.
    Our sincere thanks to the two board members cycling off, Nele Hempel-Lamer and Joseph Moser (2013-2015), for all their work on our behalf.

    PLEASE DOWNLOAD CANDIDATE STATEMENTS HERE before you vote. All paid-up members will receive electronic voting data by mail by 20 November with directions on how to vote.

  • The 2016 Conference is scheduled for the University of Vienna, from March 14-18, 2016.
  • NEW: Conference Website now available!
    Download the Call for Papers here, in English and German.

  • Editors for the Journal of Austrian Studies : Todd Herzog (U of Cincinnati) and Hilary Hope Herzog (U of Kentucky) are the editors of the Association's journal, with issues starting in 2012.

    Contact the editors at journalofaustrianstudies@gmail.com; contact Joseph Moser, the continuning book review editor, at josephwmoser@gmail.com

  • 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 the Journal of Austrian Studies or Modern Austrian Literature, please contact the editors.

  • 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 the association.

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