Austrian Studies

An annual journal

ISSN:
1350-7532 print
2222-4262 online

Austrian Studies is a yearbook devoted to reflecting sustained interest in the distinctive cultural traditions of the Habsburg Empire, the Austrian Republics and the period of German annexation. Its focus is Austrian culture from 1750 to the present. Contributions are also encouraged on the culture of former areas of the Habsburg Empire and on the work of people of Austrian origin living abroad. The General Editors are Florian Krobb (Florian.Krobb@nuim.ie) and Deborah Holmes (D.C.Holmes@kent.ac.uk), and the Reviews Editor is Caitríona Ní Dhúill (caitriona.nidhuill@durham.ac.uk).

Austrian Studies publishes articles in English together with a selection of book reviews, with the aim of making recent research accessible to a broadly based international readership. Each volume has a coherent but wide-ranging theme. The most recently published is Translating Austria (AS 23), and the next will be Jews, Jewish Difference and Austrian Culture: Literary and Historical Perspectives (AS 24): click on the titles for details.

Call for Papers: AS 26 (2018). Each themed issue proceeds through a Call for Papers. AS 26 will have the theme of Austria in Transit: Displacement and the Nation State: see this PDF document for more. This issue will collect papers drawn from a workshop to be held on 1-2 September 2017 at King's College London. Proposals for papers should be submitted by 12 December 2016.

Notes for Contributors. Detailed guidance for those proposing papers can be found in this PDF document. Unsolicited articles with no immediate relevance to the current thematic calls are also welcome, but can only be included in future issues if critical mass accrues. Suggestions for book reviews and features (anniversaries, obituaries, etc.) are always welcome. Finally, colleagues who would like to discuss possible future issues, for which they would act as guest editors, are invited to contact the General Editors.

Books for review. Each Austrian Studies yearbook carries a substantial reviews section. Publishers wishing to submit books for review should send them to the Reviews Editor: Dr Caitríona Ní Dhúill, School of Modern Languages & Cultures, Durham University, Elvet Riverside, New Elvet, Durham DH1 3JT.

Sample. Originally published in Austrian Studies 11 (2003), Lisa Silverman's article Repossessing the Past? Property, Memory and Austrian-Jewish Narrative Histories (click on the title to read the PDF) considers the confiscation of Austrian-Jewish property during the Holocaust and its literary representation.

Editorial. For queries on layout or image format, please contact the Production Editor, Graham Nelson. To submit copyright forms, please contact the Assistant Treasurer of the MHRA, Jeremy Wong.

History. Austrian Studies began as a yearbook issued by Edinburgh University Press in 1990, and volumes 1 to 10 appeared annually under the joint editorship of Ritchie Robertson and Edward Timms. MHRA acquired the series from volume 11, issuing 11 to 16 through Maney Publishing and all subsequent volumes under its own imprint. Copyright enquiries concerning volumes 11 to the present may be addressed to rights@mhra.org.uk; rights to earlier volumes remain with EUP.

Institutional subscriptions. MHRA is a partner in the Current Scholarship Program of JSTOR, which manages our institutional subscriptions. Austrian Studies is available as an e-journal, a print journal or both. Discounts are available for Permanent Institutional Members of the MHRA, in recognition of financial support made by these institutions in past years: PIMs need pay no further membership fees to obtain these rates.

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Finally, libraries may also receive access to Austrian Studies by subscribing to the MHRA Complete JSTOR Collection, at a 12% discount. For access to all of these arrangements, please follow this link to JSTOR.

Individual subscriptions. Individual subscriptions are available only to members of the Association, and are priced at £15.00/$25.00; members may alternatively subscribe to MHRA's entire JSTOR Current Scholarship library, including AS, for £35/$55. (Membership is easy to arrange by following this link and the annual fee is only £12.50/$20.) Students registered for a higher degree can obtain entirely free electronic access for up to three years by becoming Postgraduate Associates (free of charge).

Editors

  • General Editor: Florian Krobb (National University of Ireland Maynooth)
  • General Editor: Deborah Holmes (University of Salzburg/University of Kent)
  • Reviews Editor: Caitríona Ní Dhúill (University of Durham)

Advisory Board

  • Professor Andrew Barker (University of Edinburgh)
  • Dr Judith Beniston (University College London)
  • Dr Gilbert J. Carr (Trinity College Dublin)
  • Professor Geoffrey Chew (Royal Holloway, University of London)
  • Professor Gary B. Cohen (Center for Austrian Studies, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
  • Professor R. J. W. Evans (Oriel College, Oxford)
  • Professor Allyson Fiddler (Lancaster University)
  • Professor Konstanze Fliedl (Universität Wien)
  • Professor Sander L. Gilman (Emory University)
  • Professor Hans Höller (Universität Salzburg)
  • Professor Jacques Le Rider (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris)
  • Professor Robert Pynsent (SSEES, University College London)
  • Professor Ritchie Robertson (The Queen’s College, Oxford )
  • Professor Eda Sagarra (Trinity College Dublin)
  • Professor Sigurd Paul Scheichl (Universität Innsbruck)
  • Professor Janet Stewart (Durham University)
  • Professor Edward Timms (University of Sussex)
  • Professor Robert Vilain (University of Bristol)
  • Professor Andrew Webber (Churchill College, Cambridge)
  • Professor W. E. Yates (University of Exeter)

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Also available in book form:23. Translating Austria (Edited by Florian Krobb and Deborah Holmes)


26Austria in Transit: Displacement and the Nation State
Edited by Áine McMurtry and Deborah Holmes 
Austrian Studies 2631 December 2018
25Celebrations: Festkultur in Austria
Edited by Florian Krobb and Deborah Holmes 
Austrian Studies 2531 December 2017
24Jews, Jewish Difference and Austrian Culture: Literary and Historical Perspectives
Edited by Deborah Holmes and Lisa Silverman 
Austrian Studies 2410 February 2017
23Translating Austria
Edited by Florian Krobb and Deborah Holmes 
Austrian Studies 237 March 2016
22Elfriede Jelinek in the Arena: Sport, Cultural Understanding and Translation to Page and Stage
Edited by Allyson Fiddler and Karen Jürs-Munby
Austrian Studies 2229 December 2014
21Cultures at War: Austria-Hungary 1914–1918
Edited by Judith Beniston and Deborah Holmes
Austrian Studies 211 January 2014
20Colonial Austria: Austria and the Overseas
Edited by Jon Hughes and Florian Krobb
Austrian Studies 2014 January 2013
19The Austrian Noughties: Texts, Films, Debates
Edited by Allyson Fiddler, Jon Hughes and Florian Krobb
Austrian Studies 1910 December 2011
18Austria and the Alps
Edited by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain
Austrian Studies 185 September 2011
17Words and Music
Edited by Judith Beniston, Geoffrey Chew and Robert Vilain
Austrian Studies 1724 May 2010
16From 'Ausgleich' to 'Jahrhundertwende': Literature and Culture, 1867–1890
Edited by Judith Beniston, Deborah Holmes and Robert Vilain
Austrian Studies 1611 May 2009
15Austrian Satire and Other Essays
Edited by Judith Beniston, Ritchie Robertson and Robert Vilain
Austrian Studies 1512 December 2007
14Culture and Politics in Red Vienna
Edited by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain
Austrian Studies 141 November 2006
13Austria and France
Edited by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain
Austrian Studies 137 December 2005
12The Austrian Lyric
Edited by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain
Austrian Studies 121 January 2004
11'Hitler's First Victim'? Memory and Representation in Post-War Austria
Edited by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain
Austrian Studies 111 January 2003
10Catholicism and Austrian Culture
Edited by Judith Beniston and Ritchie Robertson
Austrian Studies 1027 September 1999
9The Austrian Comic Tradition: Studies in Honour of W. E. Yates
Edited by John R. P. McKenzie and Lesley Sharpe
Austrian Studies 93 July 1998
8Theodor Herzl and the Origins of Zionism
Edited by Edward Timms and Ritchie Robertson
Austrian Studies 81 June 1997
7Gender and Politics in Austrian Fiction
Edited by Edward Timms and Ritchie Robertson
Austrian Studies 717 May 1996
6Austrian Exodus: The Creative Achievements of Refugees from National Socialism
Edited by Edward Timms and Ritchie Robertson
Austrian Studies 627 April 1995
5The Habsburg Legacy: National Identity in Historical Perspective
Edited by Edward Timms and Ritchie Robertson
Austrian Studies 51 December 1994
4Theatre and Performance in Austria From Mozart to Jelinek
Edited by Edward Timms and Ritchie Robertson
Austrian Studies 48 November 1993
3Psychoanalysis in its Cultural Context
Edited by Edward Timms and Ritchie Robertson
Austrian Studies 317 September 1992
2The Austrian Enlightenment and its Aftermath
Edited by Edward Timms and Ritchie Robertson
Austrian Studies 230 July 1991