Spring 2019 Calendar - Scheduled Events

Overview of scheduled events so far - please check back for updates & refer to the individual event announcements for details.

  • January 28 - Roman Hutter, Univ. of Michigan/Univ. of Vienna
    The Poet Oskar Pastior and the Correlation of Identity and Cultural Policy in 20th Century (East-) Central Europe

  • January 29 - Deutsches Haus Lecture Series: Klaus Larres, UNC-Chapel Hill
    Containing China? The U.S., Germany, and the EU, and how to deal with the Challenge from Bejing

  • February 7 - National World War II Museum, 6 pm, Eden McLean, Auburn University
    Mussolini’s Children

  • February 12-26 University of Innsbruck Engineers Excursion to New Orleans

  • February 26 - Deutsches Haus Lecture Series: Günter Bischof, University of New Orleans
    Reconstructing Europe after World War II: The Marshall Plan in Austria

  • February 27 - Ulrike Lunacek, Former Leader of the Austrian Green Party
    The European Union and the Populist Challenge

  • March 12 - Nick Ostrum, University of New Orleans
    Risk and Interdependency: West German Foreign-Energy Policy, 1957-1978

  • March 14 - Hannes Richter, Austrian Embassy, Washington, D.C.
    Millennials in Politics - Evidence from The United States and Austria

  • March 26 - Deutsches Haus Lecture Series: Marc Landry, University of New Orleans
    Europe’s Battery: The Alps in the Fossil Fuel Age

  • April 1 - Martin Brody, Wellesley College
    Music and the Cold War

    Presentation of Marc Landry/ Patrick Kupper, eds., An Environmental History of Austria (Contemporary Austrian Studies vol. 27, UNO Press) LIB 407, 3-4 pm, Reception to follow

  • April 23 - Center Austria Fellows’ Research Presentations
    Irina Pavlovic: The Teaching of Pronunciation in Foreign Language Teaching
    Vicko Marelic: The Adriatic Question at the Paris Peace Conference

  • April 30 - Deutsches Haus Lecture Series: Dietmar Felber, Tulane University
    Spurensuche in the Crescent City: German Language Inscriptions in New Orleans

  • May 23-24 - Annual UNO – University of Innsbruck Symposium
    Illegal Migration in Europe and the United States in Contemporary History: A transnational and comparative perspective